Police: Oakland teen admitted double homicide

Pedro Garcia could face possible capital charges for 2012 shooting deaths of San Pablo couple outside apartment where their 4-year-old slept 
The federal judge overseeing the Oakland Police Department's reform efforts slammed city officials on Monday for failing to hold disciplined officers accountable, and he gave the city a September deadline to show progress.  
Projects with housing that have been built or are on the way are largely for those with above moderate incomes, panelists say, with little done to accommodate those in lower income categories.  
No arrests have been made yet in the killing of the 19-year-old woman who was fatally shot Friday night in East Oakland.  
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Planning commissioner calls 38 percent yearly rent increase for poet "standard operating procedure."  
Pierre Ingram, Cal's wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator, was arrested as part of a prostitution sting.  
OAKLAND -- A jury on Monday convicted a man of first-degree murder in a 1993 Oakland cold case solved because of a cigarette butt snuffed out in a baked potato.  
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Up to $10,000 in reward money is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the driver of a white Dodge Charger who fled on foot after his car struck the car driven by Wesley Burton Saturday morning in North Oakland.  
Investigators said victim was shot at about 10:25 p.m. Friday while with some other people in the 1600 block of 89th Avenue in East Oakland.  
Oakland police officers who are fired for misconduct are reinstated at arbitration hearings 75 percent of the time because department officials and the city attorney's office do a poor job of handling the cases, a report says.  
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Napa's City Winery rocks out as a music venue

Tosca may not reign supreme at the historic Napa Valley Opera House these days, but the space has morphed into a concert and dining venue dubbed City Winery.