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Over 200 Oakland businesses are preparing to go on strike Tuesday in a call for better public safety.
Excitement over the fourth-largest Powerball jackpot in the game's history helped California raise millions of dollars for its public schools, lottery officials said Monday
Drive through what locals call Deep East Oakland and there will be street after street lined with cars that haven't been driven in years.
Two unions with members who work for the San Francisco Unified School District will soon be voting whether to walk off the job in the coming weeks over stalled contract negotiations.
Farmworkers are essential in ensuring fruits and vegetables end up in grocery stores and in your kitchen. But they face a number of challenges.
Opposition parties in Canada have called on the speaker of the House of Commons to resign for inviting a man who fought for a Nazi military unit during World War II to attend a speech by the Ukrainian president.
Authorities in the East Bay have identified the two victims who died in a hit-and-run collision in Oakland over the weekend.
The edge of an atmospheric river-fueled storm front was skirting the northwest corner of California Monday morning and bringing rain south to the North Bay later in the day, forecasters said.
Steve Kerr has no concerns about his long-term status of coach of the Golden State Warriors despite heading into the final year of his contract.
The 36th annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest begins Saturday, its second year back since the pandemic, at a critical time for small businesses that rely on major events to increase sales and keep them connected to the community.
This week marks the end of an era in Pleasanton as the popular breakfast spot, the Stable Cafe, is closing its doors for good.
Launched in 2019, "Eat. Learn. Play." has distributed 25 million meals, revitalized 12 play areas and allocated $6 million to literacy programs.
What would you do if you found $100? What about $1,000? What about much more than that?
Itohan Ediae and Qien Feng are getting ready to leave for their first year of college and they are taking a lot with them: excitement, nerves, and memories from what has become an extraordinary friendship.