Final plans on reopening OUSD schools will be announced on Friday, July 10.
Ryan Barba's life has been interupted by COVID-19. As a community college student and part-time essential worker, he is adapting to new routines and communication.
"It's not just the virus that I'm afraid of. It is this human contact that has made me realize and admit it's the solitude that I am afraid of. The admission that I depend on[Read more]
Alameda County releases city-level data on COVID-19 cases. Oakland Voices correspondents share their experiences during pandemic. Support for local workers and food stamp recipients.
It’s 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday evening in Oakland and neighbors are gathering for a quickly-arranged concert on their street. People sit and stand on their porches, steps, and sidewalks. An older couple enjoys the concert[Read more]
Mine is the only car as I pull up to 35th and MacArthur early Tuesday morning. Usually swarming with students on their way to Skyline High and workers heading downtown or BART, only one man[Read more]
Wright & Brown Distilling Co. has been in West Oakland for five years, making award-winning bourbon, rye whiskey, rum, and single malt. Each one of their bottles are made onsite, starting with a 250 gallon[Read more]
As the number of COVID-19 cases rise throughout the United States, we are keeping track of news in Oakland related to coronavirus. As of Tuesday, Alameda County has 135 confirmed cases (they do not release[Read more]
As we continue to grapple with COVID-19, many are faced with compromising situations such as how to deal with the sudden loss of employment and how to properly prepare and stay healthy. As some folks[Read more]