The group of 10 employees, including three veterans, are working pro-bono to install Wi-Fi, upgrade the ship's computer network, improve its cybersecurity network, support digital media exhibits and add wireless access points.
Alameda was able to secure two housing communities for low-income families and seniors ages 62 and above.
The Soper family of Alameda talks about life at home with a 4th grader and a 7th grader while the two parents are working from home.
Police posted a video on Twitter they said was made Aug. 20 of a group of people grabbing scores of personal care items from store shelves and stuffing them into bags.
The thefts have occurred numerous times, according to police.
An historic movie theater in Alameda is in jeopardy of shutting, but loyal community members are trying to keep it afloat.
The Santa Cruz fire is one of three “complexes,” or groups of fires, burning on all sides of the San Francisco Bay Area. All were started by lightning.
Firearms, including high-capacity magazines, were recovered during two of the three arrests, but it hasn't been determined if those guns were used in the shootout.
The shooting took place around noon on Friday, August 7, 2020.
Police Chief Paul Rolleri of Alameda announced his retirement and tells KTVU how the department could make a statement choosing his successor.
The testing location operated by City Health Urgent Care had opened Wednesday at the Research Park at Marina Village to large crowds.
A new COVID-19 testing site will open in Alameda next Wednesday in partnership with CityHealth Urgent Care, the city announced.
Authorities have identified the body found Sunday at Huckleberry Regional Park as a 21-year-old man who went missing from Alameda. Police are now calling it a homicide investigation.
A family is desperate for answers in the search for 21-year-old Donald Stanifer. He was last seen leaving his home in Alameda nearly ten days ago. On Tuesday, loved ones rallied in front of Alameda Police Headquarters.
An Alameda store clerk was arrested on suspicion of murder for allegedly shooting a suspected thief without legal cause, police said Monday.
Protest is in the America's cultural DNA.
Within just a few hours, one Alameda couple experienced one of the most vile acts of human behavior, followed by one of the kindest.
The family has lived in their home for 12 years and says they have never had a problem, and don't know why they would be targeted.
Officers were sent at 9:23 a.m. to a home on Shoreline Drive where a home invasion robbery was allegedly occurring.
Police in the normally peaceful island city are urging residents to be careful.