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  • Resident's in Oakland's Montclair neighborhood concerned about an increase in crime - KTVU San FranciscoResident's in Oakland's Montclair neighborhood concerned about an increase in crime - KTVU San Francisco

    KTVU San FranciscoResident's in Oakland's Montclair neighborhood concerned about an increase in crimeKTVU San FranciscoOAKLAND, Calif. - People who live in Montclair, an upscale neighborhood in Oakland, reached out to KTVU, telling us they've seen property crime escalate in recent months. They want to warn neighbors to be extra vigilant. Residents say they're ...

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  • Former Illini star Kendrick Nunn, now at Oakland: 'I've grown a lot. I'm wiser.' - Chicago TribuneFormer Illini star Kendrick Nunn, now at Oakland: 'I've grown a lot. I'm wiser.' - Chicago Tribune

    Chicago TribuneFormer Illini star Kendrick Nunn, now at Oakland: 'I've grown a lot. I'm wiser.'Chicago TribuneOakland coach Greg Kampe said like with other players who have desired a new start in his program, he vetted Nunn and believed an opportunity at Oakland could help him improve as a player and a person. Nunn said he has. “I've grown a lot, he said. “I'm ...

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  • Monday's college basketball: Oakland pulls away late - The Detroit NewsMonday's college basketball: Oakland pulls away late - The Detroit News

    The Detroit NewsMonday's college basketball: Oakland pulls away lateThe Detroit NewsChicago – Kendrick Nunn had 18 of his 32 points in the first half and grabbed nine rebounds on Monday night to help Oakland beat Illinois-Chicago 78-68. The Golden Grizzlies (12-8, 4-3 Horizon) pulled away for good with an 8-0 run that made it 73-65 on ...and more »

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  • Oakland pulls away late, beats UIC 78-68 - The San Luis Obispo TribuneOakland pulls away late, beats UIC 78-68 - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

    Oakland pulls away late, beats UIC 78-68The San Luis Obispo TribuneKendrick Nunn had 18 of his 32 points in the first half and grabbed nine rebounds on Monday night to help Oakland beat Illinois-Chicago 78-68. The Golden Grizzlies (12-8, 4-3 Horizon) pulled away for good with an 8-0 run that made it 73-65 on Martez ...and more »

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  • Monday's Briefing: Coal Suit Costs Oakland $1.4M So Far; Flu Death Toll Reaches 42 StatewideMonday's Briefing: Coal Suit Costs Oakland $1.4M So Far; Flu Death Toll Reaches 42 Statewide

    Stories you shouldn't miss for Jan. 15, 2018: 1. The city of Oakland has had to spend nearly $1.4 million so far defending itself against a lawsuit filed by developer Phil Tagami, who wants to ship coal through the old Army base, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. And the case hasn't even gone to trial yet - the trial begins tomorrow.

    Oakland News / 14 h. 58 min. ago
  • Reward offered for information about Oakland Beach fires | WJAR - Turn to 10Reward offered for information about Oakland Beach fires | WJAR - Turn to 10

    Turn to 10Reward offered for information about Oakland Beach fires | WJARTurn to 10Investigators said two fires early Friday morning that destroyed two summer cottages in Oakland Beach are considered arson.Flyers posted by Arson Watch said a reward of up to $5000 is being offered for any information about the fires.The first fire was re.Fire officials: Arson suspected in Oakland Beach blazesThe Providence JournalWFD Extinguishes, Investigates Two Neighboring Oakland Beach House FiresWarwick Postall 9 news articles »

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  • Oakland County business calendar - The Oakland Press - The Oakland PressOakland County business calendar - The Oakland Press - The Oakland Press

    Oakland County business calendar - The Oakland PressThe Oakland PressClear Visioning & Goal Setting for 2018 webinar is 7-8 p.m. Jan. 16. Andrea Rosenfeld, founder/CEO of Detroit Art & Business Institute presents a free, guided webinar to help business owners identify doable opportunities and craft cle.and more »

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  • Oakland, terminal building go to court Tuesday over city's coal ban ... - San Francisco ChronicleOakland, terminal building go to court Tuesday over city's coal ban ... - San Francisco Chronicle

    San Francisco ChronicleOakland, terminal building go to court Tuesday over city's coal ban ...San Francisco ChronicleCranes are docked near the site of a proposed coal storage and shipping facility at the Port of Oakland on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle. Image 2 of 3. Cranes are docked at the Port of Oakland, near the site of a proposed ...Oakland Heads to Trial Over Coal Ban | News Fix | KQED NewsKQEDall 2 news articles »

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  • New Oakland museum exhibit spotlights local urban farmersNew Oakland museum exhibit spotlights local urban farmers

    Kelly Carlisle, founder and executive director of Acta Non Verba, with some of the harvest from the farm. Aiden Reed points out vegetables painted on the wall at the Oakland Museum of California.

    Oakland News / 17 h. 20 min. ago
  • New Cookbook Chronicles Oakland Chef James Syhabout's Journey to Hawker FareNew Cookbook Chronicles Oakland Chef James Syhabout's Journey to Hawker Fare

    The food world is already full of cookbooks showcasing tweezer arranged dishes of 10-part, eight-hour recipes by Michelin-starred chefs that primarily function as food porn for coffee tables. What Syhabout has delivered is far more important.

    Oakland News / 17 h. 20 min. ago
  • Black female doctors represent only tiny fraction of all doctors nationwideBlack female doctors represent only tiny fraction of all doctors nationwide

    Pediatrician Dr. Pamela Simms-Mackey checks 2 1/2 year old Olivia Magana-Yem during a check-up appointment at the Primary Care Clinic for UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. Stanford surgeon Dr. Leah Backhus is an esteemed member of a relatively tiny club in U.S. medicine she sometimes refers to as "two-fers:" female African-American doctors.

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  • New Oakland museum exhibit spotlights local urban farmers - East Bay TimesNew Oakland museum exhibit spotlights local urban farmers - East Bay Times

    East Bay TimesNew Oakland museum exhibit spotlights local urban farmersEast Bay Times“Take Root: Oakland Grows Food” highlights Oakland urban farmers and explains the challenges they face and motivations for doing what they do. The exhibit, which will be on view in the museum's Gallery of California Natural Sciences until January 2019 ...

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  • Oakland coal lawsuit turns into money train for outside lawyers - San ... - San Francisco ChronicleOakland coal lawsuit turns into money train for outside lawyers - San ... - San Francisco Chronicle

    San Francisco ChronicleOakland coal lawsuit turns into money train for outside lawyers - San ...San Francisco ChronicleOakland has spent almost $1.4 million to keep coal out from being shipped through the city. Photo: JERRY LARA, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. Image 2 of 2. Developer Phil Tagami, shown at the site of a project at the Oakland Army Base in 2015, has been ...and more »

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  • For watching a summer musical at night while surrounded by redwood trees, this is the place.For watching a summer musical at night while surrounded by redwood trees, this is the place.

    Cool as these machines may look, and important as they are, they had absolutely nothing to do with "Star Wars" despite the urban legends. Cool as these machines may look, and important as they are, they had absolutely nothing to do with "Star Wars" despite the urban legends.

    Oakland News / 1 d. 0 h. 38 min. ago
  • Electrical fire halts Oakland Zoo's sky rideElectrical fire halts Oakland Zoo's sky ride

    Cabins are installed on the cable of a gondola system that will carry visitors to the Oakland Zoo's new California Trail exhibit in Oakland, Calif. on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017.

    Oakland News / 1 d. 5 h. 16 min. ago
  • Activists protest homeless crisis by camping outside Oakland mayor's house - San Francisco ChronicleActivists protest homeless crisis by camping outside Oakland mayor's house - San Francisco Chronicle

    San Francisco ChronicleActivists protest homeless crisis by camping outside Oakland mayor's houseSan Francisco Chronicle“I share the passion of last night's protesters and I'm proud to live in a city where freedom of speech is fiercely practiced,” she said Sunday. “We are working every day to fight the homelessness crisis that impacts all Oaklanders, and as we work to ...Protesters gather outside of Oakland mayor's homeKTVU San Franciscoall 2 news articles »

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  • BART to run modified Saturday service Monday, MLK DayBART to run modified Saturday service Monday, MLK Day

    A San Francisco bound train pulls away from the West Oakland station, in Oakland, Calif. BART is planning to run a modified schedule during the MLK holiday Monday.

    Oakland News / 1 d. 7 h. 27 min. ago
  • Passengers unhurt after Oakland Zoo gondola electrical firePassengers unhurt after Oakland Zoo gondola electrical fire

    All aboard one of the Oakland Zoo's gondolas have been safely rescued after an afternoon electrical fire, authorities said Sunday. At 4:04 p.m., firefighters responded to a report of the fire, an Oakland fire dispatcher said.

    Oakland News / 1 d. 11 h. 54 min. ago
  • Sharing the wealth: The push for workers to buy the companies that employ themSharing the wealth: The push for workers to buy the companies that employ them

    Employee-owner Sarah Vegas works in the bakery of the Niles Pie Company on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Union City, Calif. The Niles Pie Company made the transition from a single owner to a employee-owned buisness model to help expand and prolong the company.

    Oakland News / 2 d. 1 h. 20 min. ago
  • For now, Australia's plans for cannabis market dominance are more smoke than fireFor now, Australia's plans for cannabis market dominance are more smoke than fire

    When Australia said this month it would allow exports of medicinal cannabis in a bid to dominate a global market set to be worth US$55 billion by 2025, investors scrambled to buy shares in marijuana companies - pushing several of them, and the sector as a whole, to record highs. FILE PHOTO: Marijuana is seen for sale at Harborside, one of California's largest and oldest dispensaries of medical marijuana, on the first day of legalized recreational marijuana sales in Oakland, California, U.S., January 1, 2018.

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  • 'The Village' Is Helping Build a Self-Organized Homeless Camp in East Oakland'The Village' Is Helping Build a Self-Organized Homeless Camp in East Oakland

    Kaleo Acatar works full time, but can't afford Oakland's rent, so he lives at the camp with his mother. Roughly one year after the City of Oakland closed down an innovative homeless camp known as The Village , the same group of volunteers is reestablishing the project, this time on a large empty lot at E. 12th Street and 23rd Avenue in East Oakland.

    Oakland News / 2 d. 10 h. 5 min. ago more
  • VIDEO: Oakland jazz company to perform in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.VIDEO: Oakland jazz company to perform in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    "In The Name Of Love": The Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is an extensive civic and cultural event bringing the Bay Area community together to honor, through music, the inspirational teachings of Dr. King. The event showcases locally and internationally known performing artists, children from Oakland public elementary schools, archival footage of Dr. King, and the presentation of the "Oakland Citizen Humanitarian Award" presented to an outstanding Oakland citizen.

    Oakland News / 2 d. 12 h. 18 min. ago more
  • Two men wounded in East Oakland shootingsTwo men wounded in East Oakland shootings

    Two men were shot in separate incidents in East Oakland Friday, authorities said. Both men were shot in the leg and were in stable condition.

    Oakland News / 2 d. 16 h. 44 min. ago
  • TIPS: How to stay healthy this flu seasonTIPS: How to stay healthy this flu season

    With this year's massive flu outbreak, ABC15 looks at unique ways to help fight and prevent catching the flu. OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 19: A Walgreens employee holds a syringe during a free flu shot clinic at Allen Temple Baptist Church on December 19, 2014 in Oakland, California.

    Oakland News / 2 d. 18 h. 58 min. ago
  • Oakland's Ability to Clamp Down on Blight ThreatenedOakland's Ability to Clamp Down on Blight Threatened

    A state appellate court found that the city's method for appealing fines imposed on landlords for blight and substandard living conditions violates state law. A recent appellate court ruling could have a major impact on whether Oakland can enforce its building codes, potentially crippling the city's ability to hold negligent landlords accountable for substandard conditions.…

    East Bay Express / 6 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago more
  • Alameda Schools Struck Again by Anti-SemitismAlameda Schools Struck Again by Anti-Semitism

    Despite the district's "Everyone Belongs Here" campaign, students have found more swastikas and hate speech at Alameda High. Ever since Natasha Waldorf received a series of threatening text messages in class from a couple of fellow Alameda High School students in January 2017, attacking her for being Jewish with a cartoon image of Mr. Clean dressed up as a Nazi officer and the words "Mr. Ethnic Cleansing," she said it's hard not to feel unsafe at times.…

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  • Letters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on Last Week's IssueLetters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on Last Week's Issue

    "Terror or Entrapment?," Feature, 1/3 Hold Off…

    East Bay Express / 6 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago
  • Broken Pipes, Broken SystemBroken Pipes, Broken System

    Oakland has failed to report hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic sewage spills that have sickened animals, damaged property, and polluted waterways, including Lake Temescal. In mid-November, Terry Tobey stood in the pouring rain, staring solemnly at a ravine spouting a stream of sewage water as it cascaded down a hill and onto her Oakland property.…

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  • Et tu, Chucky?Et tu, Chucky?

    East Bay fans’ enthusiasm over Jon Gruden’s return is muted, as his hiring twists the knife Mark Davis has jammed in Oakland’s back. For years, I was just like most other Oakland football fans. I dreamed that Jon Gruden would return to coach the Raiders, so he could again successfully steer a Silver-and-Black ship that always seemed headed in the wrong direction.…

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  • Cal Students Map Oakland's Police DataCal Students Map Oakland's Police Data

    A team of UC Berkeley graduate students is helping Oakland's privacy commission figure out if ICE agents are accessing OPD computer data through a backdoor. California continues to veer away from much of the nation by adopting immigrant-friendly policies.…

    East Bay Express / 13 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago
  • Oakland Police Chief's Troubles Resemble Those of Her PastOakland Police Chief's Troubles Resemble Those of Her Past

    Anne Kirkpatrick has been facing tough questions about her honesty and commitment to reform — just like she did in her last job as chief. Last year, when Anne Kirkpatrick took over as Oakland's new police chief, OPD was reeling from a scandal that had left deep distrust between the city's residents and the department.…

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  • Letters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on our Last Issue of 2017Letters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on our Last Issue of 2017

    "Wholesale Pot Prices Plummet," Legalization Nation, 12/27…

    East Bay Express / 13 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago
  • Terror or Entrapment?Terror or Entrapment?

    Five recent Bay Area terrorism cases by the FBI raise questions as to whether the bureau has enticed young, troubled Muslim men to attempt acts they wouldn't have otherwise committed. When news broke last July that a federal grand jury indicted an Oakland man on terrorism charges, the case had a familiar ring to it.…

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  • Davis in Desperate Gambler ModeDavis in Desperate Gambler Mode

    In abruptly firing Jack Del Rio, Raiders owner Mark Davis continues to make the kind of angry, reckless bets that have made Vegas casinos rich — and one day might cost him the team. Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis is being praised in some circles for “acting decisively” in firing head coach Jack Del Rio moments after Sunday’s loss to the Chargers ended a disappointing 6-10 season. Let’s call it for what it is: an act of desperation from an overleveraged owner with an astonishing lack of business acumen and a major case of buyer’s remorse.…

    East Bay Express / 13 d. 15 h. 47 min. ago more
  • The Right to ReadThe Right to Read

    Alameda County’s Write to Read program has surprising results for incarcerated male teens at Camp Sweeney. On a recent Thursday afternoon, a dozen male teenagers file into a rec room, dressed in collared shirts, slacks, and ties. An audience of adults stands up to greet them, shake their hands, and congratulate them.…

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  • Oakland Nonprofit Tries to Stop Abusive Men by Getting at the Root Cause of ViolenceOakland Nonprofit Tries to Stop Abusive Men by Getting at the Root Cause of Violence

    Men Creating Peace works with domestic violence offenders, as well as men struggling with anger issues. On a rainy November evening, a dozen men sat in a semi-circle in a Laney College classroom.…

    East Bay Express / 20 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago
  • Letters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on Our Year in Review IssueLetters of the Week: Our Readers Chime in on Our Year in Review Issue

    Cover, 12/20 Great Cover…

    East Bay Express / 20 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago
  • Wholesale Pot Prices PlummetWholesale Pot Prices Plummet

    Cannabis dispensaries have been buying up weed at bargain basement prices. As California counts down to the commencement of a new recreational cannabis industry, the wholesale price of pot has been crashing.…

    East Bay Express / 20 d. 4 h. 9 min. ago