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The Peralta Community College District board of trustees decided to direct its chancellor to halt a community engagement process with the Oakland A's.
The Contra Costa County coroner's office has identified four people who died in a crash caused by an alleged drunk driver on Saturday night.
Groups representing faculty, staff and students at Laney College have taken official positions strongly opposing plans to build a new baseball stadium near the college.
African-Americans are three-times more likely to be killed by police gunfire than European-Americans in this country.
Members of a coalition of business, labor leaders and community leaders said Monday that they support the Oakland Athletics plan.
All of San Francisco’s parking meters and city-operated garages could soon be part of The City’s demand-responsive parking program known as SFpark.
Hours before he headed out to Rickey Henderson Field to warm up for his 22nd start of the season, Jharel Cotton sat alone in the Athletics.
University of California at Berkeley police are asking the public to stay away from a planned rally today on the school's campus.
A game once riddled with hope offered instead a single-inning roller coaster of emotions.
Oakland Athletics outfielder Matt Joyce was suspended two games without pay by Major League Baseball today for yelling an anti-gay slur at a fan.
BART police arrested a person early Saturday morning on suspicion of jumping on the tracks at Oakland's Coliseum station and resisting arrest.
Come to the Oakland Coliseum and the Athletics will treat you to, among other things, one of baseball's premiere bullpens.
Wednesday was looking more and more like just another loss for the lowly Giants.
The Dodgers win the division and make another playoff run with their strong pitching staff. The Giants have a decent season and fight for a wild-card spot.
Behind a dominating performance, the USA has risen to the peak of world baseball competition claiming its first World Baseball Classic title.
The Athletics are showing their Oakland roots and honoring the return of baseball for season No. 50 in "The Town."
An overflowing stockpile of top-end talent is the envy of any pro sports franchise, but the A's front office's hand has been forced.
Adam Jones' seventh-inning home run-robbing snag will make its way into the hearts of a nation and onto highlight reels for ages.
Jake Smolinski, who had been the frontrunner for the Oakland Athletics fifth outfielder spot, will have right shoulder surgery on Friday.
With a potential berth into the second round firmly its own hands, Team USA put together its best performance of the World Baseball Classic.
Behind a powerful performance from Ryon Healy, and a walk-off double from Max Schrock, the Oakland Athletics out-slugged the Texas Rangers.
Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin will be absent from the dugout for at least one more game following the death of his mother.
In the previous three tournaments, Team USA has gone without a single medal, finishing fourth in 2009, its only trip to the semifinals.
The crack of the bat. The pop of gloves. The fizzle of a frosty beer. At last, baseball is back.
Oakland Athletics pitcher Sonny Gray will not represent the USA in the World Baseball Classic in March.
The league announced its intention to push forward a rule change allowing managers the ability to intentionally walk a batter using the simple act of signalling from the dugout.
In a move that might save one minute every few games, MLB will no longer require pitchers to lob four pitches to issue an intentional walk.
The Giants opened Spring Training in Scottsdale Tuesday without six of some of the organization's most beloved players.
More than 5,000 players of youth baseball and youth softball received Oakland A's shirts and baseball caps Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum.
AT&T Park opened its gates to waves of Black and Orange fanatics hungry for another season of baseball.
The A's announced they will rename the playing surface of the Oakland Coliseum "Rickey Henderson Field."
Digging deep into the dominant Oakland Athletics teams of the 1970s, MLB Network's documentary "The Swingin' A's" delves into everything from the team's kooky stylings to MC Hammer.
With the Warriors leaving Oakland, and the Raiders courting suitors, the A's could be the last bastion of hope for East Bay fans.
They made no major splash. No huge individual addition. But the Oakland Athletics spent the offseason tending to every perceived need.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order barring the family running San Francisco's Union Square mainstay Lefty O'Doul's from removing memorabilia and other property.
The Oakland Athletics' newest acquisition brings production beyond his modest statistics.