"Blind residents said they were unable to register for the vaccine through their state or local governments without help."
Award-winning filmmaker seeking subjects from Oakland to interview about lead poisoning.
Oakland Voices alumna Tonya Shipp shares her experience of what life has been like since the pandemic.
COVID-19 cases in Oakland expand.
Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare and frontline workers in Oakland have begun receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
ICU BEDS IN REGION IMPACTED Just as the COVID-19 vaccines arrive to frontline workers in the Bay Area, the region’s ICU beds dip below 15 percent availability. As of yesterday, the Bay Area’s ICU beds[Read more]
A program for African American men with prostate cancer pivoted to organizing COVID testing for African Americans in East Oakland this fall.
We caught up with essential worker, EMT Allen Hernandez from West Oakland.
Takeout, walking one's dog, going to the grocery store are still allowed after curfew.
More businesses and activities, including indoor ones, allowed to re-open during COVID pandemic, but is it a good idea when flu season is starting?