Councilmembers will consider the ordinance at the virtual City Council meeting that starts at 1:30 p.m.
Scott Eidson says luckily, the things that were taken can be replaced.
An Oakland attorney on Monday filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against three California Highway Patrol officers who shot and killed a stolen car suspect last month.
Oakland civil rights attorney John Burris filed a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Erik Salgado's family over his deadly shooting at the hands of three California Highway Patrol officers. The family is asking for the officers to be named and for video of the shooting to be released.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the District's 24-Hour Dispatch Center at (510) 881-1833 or the Police Department's Anonymous Tip Line at (510) 690-6521.
Park ambassadors, firefighters, and municipal code enforcement officers will be in the area to remind users of the area to wear face coverings and stay six feet apart.
City officials said the closures will offer easier access to the food distribution sites at the middle school and senior center and to curbside pick-up at the library.
On July 4, 6-year-old Andy Soulard, with a little help from mom, created a Facebook page asking people do donate money in an effort to help the zoo make up for its roughly $2 million monthly revenue loss.
Firefighters responded Saturday at 12:41 a.m. to an area near Grizzly Peak Boulevard on a report of a grass fire.
The fall semester is set to begin on August 10, and no students will be in classrooms.
A leaked document appears to show that Oakland public school officials plan to begin the coming school year with online learning.
A call came in around 7:20 a.m. to report an animal running in the northbound lanes of Highway 13. But when California Highway Patrol officers arrived they could not find anything.
A McDonald's restaurant in Oakland's Temescal District that has been linked to 25 cases of the novel coronavirus may reopen Sunday but must show it is keeping employees and the public safe from the virus, following a court order on Thursday.
A Golden State Warriors fan is looking for support as he tries to save his home that is painted in the team's colors.
A Golden State Warriors fan is looking for help from Dub Nation to help keep him in the Oakland home he's painted in the team's colors.
A Black Lives Matter tribute created by young people in an Oakland neighborhood was power-washed and partially removed on Tuesday by the city's public works department, prompting anger and disappointment from residents and triggering efforts to reestablish the display.
Organizers of #BlackoutDay2020 are celebrating the impact of an economic protest calling for social justice.
A Bay Area technology company has released new data from its COVID-19 testing that showed an overwhelming majority of people who tested positive for the virus had mild or no symptoms at all.
The Oakland Fire Department said rowdy Fourth of July revelers slowed crews’ response to an emergency call on Saturday night.
There have been five vegetation fires along the road in Oakland since June 1, at least one caused by illegal fireworks, Oakland fire spokesman Michael Hunt said.