The Alameda City Council will decide Tuesday night whether to become the latest in a growing list of […]
A group of 22 California mayors and five county supervisors representing more than 5 million residents want PG&E to become a public co-op. A letter from the growing number of civic leaders was sent Monday to the California Public Utilities Commission urging them to consider the idea of a customer-owned public utility. The argue the […]
Kaiser Permanente workers, including 4,900 in Alameda County, haveset a strike date: Oct. 14. The group of unions […]
Kaiser Permanente management closed hospital cafeterias across the state Monday before a vote by some of its workers […]
A similar bill failed in each of the last two years, but a change in the governor’s office is buoying proponent’s spirits.
1. What does a Harris supporter look like? I went to Kamala Harris’s presidential kickoff rally interested in […]
Oakalnd Councilmember Dan Kalb was having coffee with his chief of staff just within earshot of City Hall […]
During Alameda Councilmember-elect Tony Daysog’s previous two stints on the City Council he was known as a wonky […]
National Association of Realtor have spent nearly $150,000 to stop Hayward’s Measure T real estate transfer tax increase.
“She’s on TV saying he quit for personal reasons. But she lied,” says mayoral challenger Pamela Price.
Congressman Ron Dellums’ passing is a loss for the East Bay, the nation and the world. He was […]
Who is running for mayor, city council and school board in your city, along with a number of interesting down ballot races this fall
Oakland District 4 candidates who recently suspended his campaign, reported an impressive $113,000 in contributions
With the Raiders set to leave for Las Vegas within the next two years, the XFL might fill the Coliseum JPA’s need for additional events.
Oakland revisits the controversial Cypress Mandela Training Program proposal on Tuesday. Special time, 5 p.m. Don’t forget to vote on June 5!