Activists, city discuss how community land trust can fulfill mission to create affordable housing.
Oakland is redrawing the lines that define City Council and Board of Education election districts.
The new Bay Bridge bike/pedestrian path is getting rave reviews. Here’s how to get there.
The new eastern span of the Bay Bridge opened Monday night, hours ahead of schedule.
A wall of fog fell across the Bay Bridge minutes before the last cars would pass over on Wednesday night. It was the final curtain call for a span that had connected the East Bay to Treasure Island for decades. Complete take on the morning commute. A Morning Commute Without the Bay Bridge By Thursday […]
Are you ready, Bay Area? Ye Olde East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is about to be retired. “Rest in pieces!” said KPIX reporter Elizabeth Cook in a recent report. Whatever you think of the new span — its design, how much it cost to build, the contentious politics that delayed construction — […]
Oakland’s African-American male students have a disappointing high school graduation rate, their efforts often dragged down by poverty, crime and too many absences. More than half of African-American boys now in middle school are at risk of dropping out of high school. Oakland Unified is fighting back with something school districts usually leave to community […]
About the same number of African American boys graduate from Oakland public high schools college-ready as get shot dead. That’s from “Even Odds,” a three-part series appearing in the San Francisco Chronicle that documents efforts to address the daunting challenges faced by African American males in Oakland. KQED is providing additional coverage of this issue […]