• Roadshow: Bus drivers to the rescue - 11/25/2015 02:26 PM PST
    North Oakland: Woman found dead in burning SUV in apparent homicide

    A body of a woman was found inside a burning SUV in North Oakland Friday night and her death is being investigated as a homicide, police said.  
    Firefighters contained a one-alarm fire at an apartment building in San Leandro this morning.  
    Port of Oakland tests night and Saturday trucking hours in effort to cut down on costly waits to drop off and pick up cargo on the marine terminals.  
    Two burglary suspects' foray into the waters of the Brookfield Recreation Center pool in East Oakland followed a messy getaway from a Verizon store at the Westgate Shopping Center in San Leandro, where they are accused of stealing Apple iPads.  
    A 1995 Nissan traveling east on Quail Avenue east of Lake Chabot Road veered into a retaining wall, injuring the 66-year-old driver, who was transported to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley.  
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    The Salvation Army became a lifeline for Gloria Padilla, who leaned on the organization after struggling to pay her mortgage and put food on the table when she lost her job and her husband fell ill and was off work for a while.  
    The state Department of Managed Health Care has returned Alameda Alliance for Health back to local control. The state seized Alameda Alliance in 2014, saying it was in danger of going under.  
    Howard Kerr was first elected to the Oro Loma Sanitary District board in 1986.  
    Laython Landis, who served more than 40 years on the Oro Loma Sanitary District board, was censured for racist and sexist remarks. The 89-year-old retired in March amid calls for his resignation.  
    Two men who are suspected of committing over 20 armed robberies in the Bay Area since May, were arrested Friday by San Francisco police, after they allegedly robbed a San Leandro gas station.