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B. 2017-02-19 Orinda mudslide could compromise transmission tower Highway 24 and Wilder Road, Orinda
2. 2016-08-26 Gov. Brown delivers huge blow to Oakland coal plan Oakland
3. 2016-01-15 Oakland minimum wage increase may be behind Walmart closure Walmart, Edgewater Drive, East Oakland
E. 2015-03-02 Minimum wage went up $3 in one day to $12.25 Oakland
5. 2015-02-07 Anti-fracking demonstrators march through Oakland Lake Merritt, Oakland Downtown
G. 2014-12-26 Ships stacking up in San Francisco Bay Port of Oakland
2014-11-26 92 people arrested in Oakland during 2 days of protests Temescal, North Oakland
I. 2014-06-14 CVS closed in Oakland 51st Street and Broadway, Oakland

Gov. Brown delivers huge blow to Oakland coal plan Oakland minimum wage increase may be behind Walmart closure   Walmart has announced that it will be closing two Bay Area stores as part of a larger closing of 269 stores in the U.S. and South America Chevron fined for air pollution at Richmond refinery Minimum wage went up $3 in one day to $12.25
Orinda mudslide could compromise transmission tower Map of Highway 24 and Wilder Road Orinda

year 2017 Top ^

Feb.19   Orinda
  Rain could make a landslide even worse in Orinda where a transmission tower is being threatened by a slide

year 2016 Top ^

Aug.26   Oakland
Jan.15   East Oakland

year 2015 Top ^

Aug.11   Richmond
Mar.2   Oakland
  Oakland's minimum wage went up $3 in one day to $12.25 an hour, but many small businesses may have to raise prices in response
Feb.7   Oakland Downtown

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.26   Port of Oakland
Nov.26   North Oakland
  Small businesses were vandalized, looted or burned. Three police officers have also been injured
Jun.14   Oakland CVS closed in Oakland Jun.4   Carquinez Bridge Premature cracks found on Carquinez Bridge

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.4   Benicia Oil refineries, environmentalists clash over plans

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.7   Oakland Downtown Occupy Oakland marchers vandalize businesses
Sep.23   Richmond EPA launches criminal probe over refinery fire Aug.8   Richmond   'Flare up' causes more alarm at Chevron refinery   Wednesday's fire flare-up made an already on-edge community even more nervous, prompting Chevron officials to come out and explain what happ...   Richmond Richmond residents outraged at Chevron Map of Richmond Memorial Auditorium Richmond  In a rowdy expression of frustration and anger, 500 residents crowded into Richmond Memorial Auditorium, where people shouted down Chevron

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.12   Port of Oakland   Group stops trucks at Oakland ports
  Triumphant protesters marched and rallied and celebrated outside the port after derailing the evening shift at the nation's fifth-busiest port
 Scott Olsen, the Marine Corps veteran who was struck in the head during a clash with police, is leading the evening march to the Port
Nov.28   Oakland City Hall No more pawn shops because of gold thefts
Nov.26   Berkeley Andronico's to close store on Telegraph   Andronico's is closing one of its three remaining stores in Berkeley. The longtime chain is in the middle of a restructuring under new owner... Nov.2   Oakland Clorox's profit falls, revenue rises Sep.27   Oakland Clorox shares fall after Icahn pulls slate May.3   Oakland Clorox profit falls on higher costs

year 2010 Top ^

Jul.9   Oakland Downtown   Businesses Clean Up After Verdict Protests  Business owners swept up broken glass and scrubbed graffiti, as Oakland recovered from protests that splintered into rioting and looting Feb.13   BART Feds Deny $70M For Airport Connector
  The Federal Transit Administration said that BART could not meet deadlines for a study of the extension's potential impact on minority residents

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.1   Oakland Downtown Jack London Sq Barnes & Noble to close   The a longtime tenant at the center of Oakland's Jack London Square, is scheduled to close down early next year due to declining sales Apr.10   BART Fare Hike, Service Cuts Considering
  With the agency facing a $54 million deficit, officials outlined a proposal that would hike fares by 10% and cut back on the number of trains Feb.14   Oakland Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million  Lost $794 million in 2008, compared with income of $2.2 billion in 2007, blaming on a decline in the financial markets that hurt its investm... Jan.8   Oakland Downtown APL moves offices to Arizona   The regional headquarters of container shipping line, based in Oakland for more than 30 years, will be moved to Arizona in the second half of...

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.5   Hercules Wal-Mart gives up plans to build store
  After buying a tract of land in 2005, Wal-Mart had wanted to build a big-box store on the property. The plans resulted a lengthy legal battle
Apr.1   Oakland Downtown Luxury condos sell at a discount   The coordinators of auction of 41 units at the new Eight Orchids condominium midrise in billed as a finding the actual market value

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.6   Oakland Downtown 'Crown Jewel' Of Redevelopment In Limbo  Construction stopped suddenly at The 11-story 'City Walk' condominium project, and the future is clouded by legal issues and the housing mar... Jun.18   80 I-80 Tops List Of Most Congested  The worst traffic jam in the Bay Area can be found during the morning commute on westbound I-80 between Hercules and the Bay Bridge

year 2004 Top ^

Aug.23   San Pablo   Tribe scales back plan to build casino
  The casino would pay the state 25% of its proceeds but would have half as many slot machines as originally proposed

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.16   BART   BART union rejects offer  238-member union rejected an offer from BART management, which could trigger a strike in a week Jun.26   BART   2 BART unions authorize strike  Largest unions have voted to strike if there no agreement before their contracts expire Saturday

year 2000 Top ^

Jan.7   Martinez Tosco to Pay $2 Million in Fatal Flash Fire
  Firm pleads no contest to '99 refinery blaze last year that killed four workers at its refinery

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