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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

Oakland News
Keak Da Sneak in Stable but Critical Condition After Shooting

Oakland rapper Charles Kente Williams, better known as Keak Da Sneak, is recovering from surgery after being shot multiple times early on Monday morning in Richmond. The 39-year-old rapper is best known for coining the term "hyphy" and for propelling the musical movement.

Report: 147 Hayward retirees paid $100,000-plus

A total of 147 retired Hayward employees were paid at least $100,000 last year as part of their annual pension benefits, according to statewide figures compiled by a Nevada-based advocacy group. More retired Hayward employees received $100,000-plus pensions in 2016 than those at several East Bay public agencies and cities, including Richmond, which had 141, and the Alameda County Fire Department, with 126, according to the analysis by Transparent California, an offshoot of the Nevada Policy Research Institute.

Use wisdom when reacting to bigots

It's time for those who deplore racism, xenophobia and religious hate, whether they're Democrats, Republicans or political independents, to start controlling the narrative. The best way to do that is not engage.

Gary Payton supports Kevin Durant's decision to avoid White House

Gary Payton, an Oakland native who went on to be a 9-time NBA all-star, spoke to youths at the Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center in San Leandro on December 26, 2008. Hall of Fame guard Gary Payton shared his thoughts Monday with TMZ about Durant's recent comments concerning a trip to see President Donald Trump - though the Warriors' invitations are still forthcoming.

Suspect Charged in Shooting of Oakland Firefighters in SJ

Oliver Juinio was charged with murder and attempted murder in the shooting of two Oakland firefighters last week. A man accused of shooting two off-duty Oakland firefighters, killing one, in San Jose on Thursday has been charged with murder and attempted murder, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.

Re: Housing Groups Slam Proposal to Redefine Affordable Housing in Oakland

Affordable housing advocates are accusing Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and the city council of "gutting" housing assistance for low-income residents by redefining the definition of affordable housing. At a meeting of the city council's Community and Economic Development Committee yesterday, dozens of people representing nonprofit housing groups condemned the city's plan to shift millions in affordable housing subsidies away from low-income households and spend the money instead on subsidies for middle-class homebuyers.

Video: Hundreds Show Up For 'American Idol' Audition In Oakland

On Sunday, the American Idol crew swung through the Bay Area - sans celebrity judges - to hear some local folks audition for the ABC singing competition. As local affiliate KGO shows us , Idol hopefuls came out in force in Oakland's Jack London Square, some lining up as early as 4 a.m. yesterday to sing their hearts out to producers, with the hopes of getting an invitation to audition for the celebrity panel of judges - which this season will include Katy Perry - at a later date.

Oakland firefighter shooting: Murder, attempted murder charges for San Jose suspect

Pallbearers wheel the casket with the body of Oakland firefighter Jake P. Walter, 30, into the Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017. Former Skyline High teammates await the arrival of his former captain and Oakland firefighter Jake P. Walter, 30, at Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017.

Herhold: The ironies in Oakland firefightera s killing

Every fact that emerged about Jake Walter and the impact of his death was another pinprick to San Jose's balloon of superiority. Pallbearers wheel the casket with the body of Oakland firefighter Jake P. Walter, 30, into the Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017.

A jury found Hasson Hedgepeth guilty of gunning down Philip M. Montenegro Jr. in Oakland

A man accused of killing a friend and wounding another man four years ago, over a $500 sale of codeine cough syrup, was found guilty of first-degree murder by an Alameda County jury on Friday. Hasson Hedgepeth, 22, of Hayward, was convicted of killing Philip M. Montenegro Jr., 19, and the attempted murder of another man, Brandon Smith, during a shooting on Oct. 24, 2013, on the 2900 block of 106th Avenue in East Oakland.

Berkeley, A Look Back: Kaiser opens Oakland hospital

Voting was subdued, "despite several spirited contests". The big winner statewide was Attorney General Earl Warren, who was on both Democratic and Republican ballots for governor.

Golden Gate Bridge toll taking changes coming

A large gantry-type structure project is moving forward as Golden Gate Bridge officials look to upgrade toll collection machinery. The bridge district has hired Oakland-based consultant AECOM for roughly $1 million to design the gantry, which will be built south of the existing toll plaza.

Bay Bridge's old foundations to be imploded

Demolition of the old Bay Bridge foundations like this one will be completed by the end of the year, officials say. Demolition of the old Bay Bridge foundations like this one will be completed by the end of the year, officials say.

Where to Find L.A.'s Most Instagrammed Walls

It's an "Insta-phenomenon"! Locals and tourists alike are flocking towards the painted walls of LA to showcase on their Instagram. Everyone knows that you have to get that coveted shot in front of the pink wall, the love wall, and don't forget those angel wings! Keep in mind that since this is street art, they don't last forever - so go capture the moment before it's gone.

Man survives shooting in East Oakland

The gunfire rang out around 9:15 p.m. as the man drove his car in the 10500 block of Topanga Drive in the Sobrante Park neighborhood, police said. He drove to a hospital and did not have life-threatening injuries, police said.

'American Idol' Oakland auditions: Pop star hopefuls chase the dream

Jessica Funez of Fairfield holds a sign as she waits in line during auditions for the new "American Idol" on ABC. If you happened to be around Jack London Square Sunday, you just might have been in the presence of the next Kelly Clarkson, or Adam Lambert.

Shaindlin photo book exhibit opens in Chinatown

To celebrate his new book of photographs, "Berlin: The Living and the Dead" , Peter Shaindlin - also a poet , novelist , founder of Deuxmers Press and chief operating officer at Halekulani Corp. - is hosting a public opening reception of an exhibit of photographs from the book. The opening party will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, and the exhibit runs through Sept.

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