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Oakland's initial growth came from using hillside oak and redwood timber to build San Francisco. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, many San Franciscans headed to Oakland and a great number of Oakland's homes were built during the 1910s and 1920s. During the late twentieth century, a steady flood of immigrants from around the globe came into Oakland, and it is now known as one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the U.S.

Population: 404155
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Laney College Merritt College California College of the Arts Holy Names University Lincoln University Mills College Patten University Samuel Merritt College

Zip Codes associated with oakland, california: 94601 94602 94603 94605 94606 94607 94608 94609 94610 94611 94612 94615 94617 94618 94619 94621
Towns/Cities near oakland, california : Emeryville Piedmont Tuxedo Acorn Prescott Oak Tree Oakmore Clawson Mosswood

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Hacienda Peralta museum makes final cut for national honors

Lucy McQillen, 2, stands on a "California Landscape" sculpture built by Ron Betts Laney College students in Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, Oakland on April 19, 2017. Photo by Paul Kuroda Holly Alonso on the front porch at Antonio Peralta's original 1870 home at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park in Oakland.

Judge: Suspect in California school killings fit for trial

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'Breaking Bread' at Hog's Apothecary Pairs Beer...

Tremendous beer, good eats, and worthy activism collide at Hog's Apothecary this Sunday, when the north Oakland spot launches "Breaking Bread," its Sunday meet-the-brewers dinner series that also benefits local nonprofits. This inaugural carb crush will feature four surely excellent brews from Oakland's best new brewery, Temescal Brewing ; a special three-course menu by Hog's sous chef Daniel Sotelo; and 10 percent of all ticket sales this edition go to Oakland Workers' Collective.

PICTURES: Mural to legendary pop star Prince unveiled in Camden

A mural to commemorate Prince on the anniversary of his death has been unveiled outside the Electric Ballroom, in Camden. The venue in Camden High Street has been chosen as it hosted a legandary secret gig by Prince in 2014.

Demanding Justice for the Police Murder of Diallo Neal

On October 10, 2005, Diallo Neal was murdered when a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer struck the rear end of Diallo's motorcycle, launching Diallo into a bus stop, pole, and concrete bench. It happened on MacArthur Boulevard, near the Coolidge Street intersection in Oakland, and CHP fled the scene.

People Behaving Nicely: Students in Oakland hope for a cleaner community

An elementary school in Oakland shot a public service announcement video which highlighted illegal dumping and littering within Alameda County. The video was shot at Encompass Academy in East Oakland and features school-age children and a mascot named Chip the Bay Bridge Chicken.

In costly Bay Area, even six-figure salaries are considered "low income"

Moriah Larkins is photographed in her Oakland, Calif., apartment on Friday, April 21, 2017. Larkins, who shares the apartment with her three-year-old son, waited for three years to get into the unit thanks to a long waiting list for affordable programs created by the increasingly high costs of living in the Bay Area.

Oikos rampage: Defendant deemed mentally competent to stand trial

A judge on Friday ruled the man behind the 2012 Oikos University shooting rampage, which killed seven people and wounded three more, is mentally competent to stand trial, according to a prosecutor in the case. The trial was put on hold indefinitely in 2015 after Alameda County Superior Court Judge Gloria Rhynes determined the defendant in the case, 48-year-old One Goh of Alameda, had a mental illness that prevented him from rationally assisting his attorneys with his defense.

Jeezy sued for wrongful death in killing of Bay Area promoter

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against rap star Jeezy in connection with the fatal shooting of a Bay Area promoter during a concert at Shoreline Ampitheatre in 2014. Filed in February by the Oakland-based Law Offices of John Burris, the suit alleges that Jeezy, otherwise known as Jay Jenkins, killed Eric Johnson in an altercation over the artist's scheduled appearance at a San Jose nightclub following his performance at Shoreline.

Oakland department proposed to try to reduce violence

Dinyal New, holds photos of her two sons Lee Weathersby III, 13, and Lamar Broussard, 19, during a vigil for homicide victims of last year and this year at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014.

Arcata choir to perform in Oakland

The Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir will participate in an international choir weekend at the Oakland Convention Center starting Thursday and running through April 29. They'll be performing at the 2017 International Interfaith Gospel Music Conference with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir and choirs from Portland, Oregon, France, Denmark, Kenya and Canada. The conference is expected to have an audience of 2,000 people.

Oakland man charged with homicide for two found dead in Fort Bragg

An Oakland man has been charged with the homicide of a man and woman in Fort Bragg in October 2013, the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office reported. According to the original press release, the two were found dead on Oct. 17, 2013, in a minivan at the "Bark Dump," near Highway 20 in Fort Bragg, by MCSO deputies who were sent on a call about a suspicious vehicle parked there.

Boogie Wonderland: Earth, Wind & Fire team with CHIC for 2054 the Tour

Let's groove: Earth, Wind & Fire and CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers are hitting the road this summer for a joint tour. The trek, dubbed 2054 the Tour - possibly after New York's iconic Studio 54 disco - gets underway July 12 in Oakland and is slated to wrap up August 22 in Detroit.

Body of Oakland man recovered after capsized boat found

A 10-foot white fiber glass skiff was found approximately a mile off of Muir Beach on Wednesday. The body of a missing boater was found hours after his boat capsized Wednesday in the Pacific Ocean off Muir Beach, authorities said.

2 Oakland houses for sale for $1 each

Time could run out for two century-old houses just off Auto Row between Broadway and the million-dollar homes along Glen Echo Creek if someone does not quickly come along with a dollar to spare and a way to clear them off their foundations. For a buck, you can have either 3007 Brook St., a three-bedroom, two-story Craftsman house built in the early 1900s, or 3009 Brook, a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath, three-story Victorian from the 1880s.

Federal Judge Rules Against Oakland, Allows Coal Terminal Lawsuit to Proceed

A federal judge ruled today that a lawsuit brought by the developer of a proposed coal export terminal can proceed against the City of Oakland. The court rejected the city's motion to have the lawsuit dismissed.

Survey: Most Californians support school a sanctuary safe zonesa for undocumented immigrants

This Jan. 19, 2017 staff file photo shows students, faculty and community members holding up signs on the front steps at Bret Harte Middle School in Oakland, as they listen to speakers during a "walk-in" protest. The walk-in was part of a national day of action to protest president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration and reassure students that Oakland Unified School District is a sanctuary district, where students and their families are safe at school regardless of immigration status.

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