January 22, 2021

Day: May 15, 2020

EastBayTimes

Correction

On A1 of the May 15 Willow Glen Resident this photo of Diane Foxen was incorrectly cropped due to a production error. Go to Source Author: BANG Staff and correspondents

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In brief: Prescott First Fruits Project launches in West Oakland

Prescott First Fruits Project launches in West Oakland The Parents and Educators of Prescott School, an Oakland Unified School District public elementary, announce the launch of the Prescott First Fruits Project (PFFP). The PFFP is the first of its kind in OUSD, bringing together the district’s successful Living Schoolyard Initiative and its commitment to strong […]

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Five Oakland cops involved in fatal shooting named

Oakland police on Friday released the names of five officers who, along with a Richmond cop, shot an attempted murder suspect, who died after a chaotic chase last month. The Oakland Police Department released only the first initial of each officer’s first name. But state employment records show they are: 14-year veteran Officer Michael Finnicum; […]

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Watch live: An evening stroll on the Bay Bridge

CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the video on a mobile device Soak in some spectacular San Francisco Bay views as we explore the bicycle and pedestrian path on the eastern span of the Bay Bridge. The path, which is part of the Bay Bridge Trail, opened to the public in October […]

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Alameda County deputies shoot, kill man in San Leandro

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said multiple deputies shot and killed a 42-year-old man in San Leandro on Friday evening. The shooting happened before 5 p.m. in the 17100 block of Foothill Boulevard, in unincorporated San Leandro, said sheriff’s Sgt. Ray Kelly. The sheriff’s office said the person was wanted in connection with an Oakland […]

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Obstacles loom for fed relief Newsom wants to fill coronavirus budget gap

As California stares down a coronavirus-fueled $54 billion deficit, the life preserver Gov. Gavin Newsom needs to help keep his state budget afloat is encountering choppy waters. Under Newsom’s May budget revision released Thursday, about $14 billion of the shortfall would be handled with “trigger cuts” that would slash funding to state-funded schools and colleges, […]

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