Moraga man convicted of hiding massive bank losses before $677 million failure
A Moraga man was convicted Wednesday for fraudulently covering up losses at a bank that eventually collapsed in the ninth largest failure of an FDIC-insured institution since 2007, officials said.
Also: Hayward art exhibit opening; Cherryland Elementary wins wellness challenge grant; Oakland school gets green transit award; Oakland teachers to march; and Union City students win awards and cash.
The victim was able to drive away from the East Oakland scene, where several shots were fired and at least one home hit, to another site where he flagged down police.
Police say the suspects, two boys, 15 and 17, and a man attacked the victim in the Fruitvale area of East Oakland.
Corey Busch, member of committee that studied Oakland A's stadium situation, says San Jose made a mistake by filing antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball
Oakland East Bay Symphony. The Oakland East Bay Symphony presents "Notes From Mexico," exploring Mexican music and traditions with Diana Gameos, Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner and Ballet Folkorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno.
Tabs should be kept on Fire Department plansRecent articles and editorials show concern by people in Alameda: The mayor is concerned about the cost of the proposed fire station (that's her job).
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Review: 'Stupid (expletive) Bird' is a (expletive) blast
San Francisco Playhouse presents Aaron Posner's adaptation/send-up of Chekhov's 'The Seagull' in a winning, creative production; it runs through May 2.
Zayn Malik quits One Direction; band to continue with four
Fame apparently became too much for Zayn Malik, who announced he is leaving the band after five years.