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Two suspects stole a vehicle at gunpoint in Oakland this evening, police said.
Police are seeking two suspects in a shooting this morning in Oakland that left two people injured, police said.
Drivers parking their cars at the Oakland International Airport BART station will have to pay a $1 parking fee beginning Monday, BART officials said today.
A 24-year-old man suspected of raping two prostitutes in separate incidents in October and earlier this month in Pleasanton was arrested in Oakland on Friday, police said.
An Alaska Airlines flight hit a bird shortly after taking off from Oakland International Airport on Friday evening, an airline spokesman said.
The Alameda County coroner will leave Jack London Square for a refurbished location in the Oakland hills by January.
A delegation of San Antonio civic leaders came to Oakland Friday to convince the Raiders to move.
One person was killed and three more were wounded in two separate shootings over a five-hour period in Oakland on Saturday night and early this morning, a police officer said today.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan acknowledged she's "made mistakes" but thinks she is now "a stronger mayor."
Three of the 15 candidates in the Oakland mayoral race urged voters not to re-elect the three major "insider" candidates.
Three teenage boys were arrested on suspicion of a carjacking in the Oakland hills on Thursday morning, police announced today.
Oakland police report they are looking for suspects involved in an early-morning nightclub shooting that killed one man and injured two others.
Oakland has received a $1.875 million federal grant that will allow the city to hire more 15 more police officers.
The Oakland Police Department is advising the public today to be aware of a flasher in the downtown area.
Anthony Martinelli had already run the plates of firefighter Keith Jones' truck when he detained him and his young sons in front of a fire station earlier this month.
Oakland officials Friday released a draft plan and environmental impact report for their ambitious ideas.
At least three events Wednesday in the Bay Area will honor Michael Brown and decry excessive police action in Ferguson, Mo.
A ship moored in Oakland that has drawn protesters has departed after being unable to unload.
Political activist squatters were set to be evicted the day before a fire broke out.
In a dramatic last-minute deal, a 10-year lease for the Oakland A's was approved by the Coliseum board.
The Oakland police website will display booking photos of individuals charged with prostitution-related offenses.
The DMV must begin issuing licenses to qualified undocumented applicants by Jan 1, 2015.
A retired Oakland woman who enjoys buying Scratchers tickets is now a millionaire, California Lottery officials said Tuesday.
Maria Moreno, 64, bought a Scratchers ticket at A&A Corner Grocery at 2520 Foothill Blvd. in Oakland, where she won $1 million,…
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said Monday she was not on her cellphone when she got into a collision Sunday.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan was involved in a minor vehicle collision in West Oakland Sunday evening.
A teenage girl and a man were killed and two others were wounded in separate East Oakland shootings.
Two Kaiser facilities in Oakland are closed because of a "specific and credible criminal threat."
The A's announced Tuesday they have rejected Oakland's 10-year lease offer.
Dozens of law enforcement officials scouring an open space area near Oakland’s Merritt College turned up nothing.
Law enforcement officials plan a fresh search Saturday for 22-month-old Daphne Webb, missing more than six weeks.
Raiders fans had to deal with swirling rumors about yet another possible move to Los Angeles.
Oakland officials and business owners are hoping for a quiet night after a third-straight evening of protests.
Oakland police are asking for the public’s help as the search continues for 21-month-old Daphne Webb.
Legions of harried commuters will get a Fourth of July break, but revelers seeking fireworks may be stymied by traffic.
With robberies on the rise across Oakland, police have mobilized a high-tech tool on wheels to fight crime.
2,400 teachers represented are set to vote Friday on a retroactive contract with a long-overdue pay increase.