Local News Stories
- East Bay Times: Alameda Attorney's Office Outlines Fireworks Laws
- City of Alameda: June 29 Special City Council Meeting VIdeo
- KTVU 2: City Attorney - Alameda officers who pinned down Black man for 'dancing in the street' can't be fired
- City of Alameda: June 29 Special City Council Meeting Agenda
- ABC 7 News: Neighbors rally behind Alameda resident vandalized with "All Lives Matter" Graffiti
- Patch: Fireworks Near Alameda July 4th 2020 Canceled
- City of Alameda: Link to Mayor's June 26 COVID-19 Town Hall on Reopening Businesses
- KRON 4: Alameda County reports most new coronavirus cases within 24 hours
- KTVU Fox 2: Man arrested after Alameda home invasion robbery
- Patch: 400 Starbucks Could Close In U.S., Including In Alameda
- Patch: Alameda Schools Distribute Meals Amid Coronavirus
- NBC Bay Area: Alameda Man found with 500 lbs. of illegal fireworks
- City of Alameda: 6/17 Special City Council meeting item 3-A on Common Sense Limits and "8 Can't Wait"
- City of Alameda: 6/17 Special City Council meeting on Policing (Council discussion from start to 36:00, Community comments from 36:00 to 2:53:00, Council discussion from 2:53:00 until conclusion)
- City of Alameda: 6/16 City Council meeting (Community comments begin at 2:38:00, Budget Direction on Policing at 3:45:00)
- Alamedaca.gov: City minimum wage up to $15 an hour on July 1
- The Mercury News: Alameda County mobile teams to help people in mental crisis
- Oakland News Now: Alameda's mayor addresses COVID-19, protests in town hall
- East Bay Times: Police chief's policy changes for mental health responses are put on hold
- ABC 7 News: Alameda's Police Chief responds after officers handcuffed 'dancing' Black man
- Alamedaca.gov: City to resume Street Sweeping starting June 15
- The Mercury News: COVID-19: Alameda County to allow outdoor dining, indoor shopping June 19
- Alameda to launch community fund to help those affected by coronavirus
- Alamedaca.gov: Slow Streets Maps
- The Mercury News: Tesla drops lawsuit against Alameda County
- East Bay Times: Mayor’s address "Maintain your mental health during this pandemic."
- ABC 7 News: Alameda makes room for social distancing with Slow Streets initiative
- Patch: Common provides internet to low-income housing community
- East Bay Times: How you can help improve Alameda’s traffic safety- Interactive Map
- Alameda Sun: Matrix 4 Film Crew Sets Up in Alameda. Looking for Extras!
- Sacramento Bee: Homeowners in Castro Valley billed $20,000 to clean up former homeless encampment
- SF Chronicle: Oakland to Shutdown Huge Homeless Site at Home Depot
- Sacramento Bee: If you get a parking ticket in Alameda read the fine print, police warn
- NY Times: This California Homeless Camp is One of the World's Most Dire Places
- Blog: The Pursuit of Freshness — Admiral Maltings in Alameda, California
- Patch: Alameda Hires 4 New Police Officers
- East Bay Times: Black people in Bay Area disproportionately killed by police
- KTVU 2: Model says significant amount of lives could be saved if 95% of people wear masks
- KRON 4: CDC adds 3 new COVID-19 symptoms to list
- Berkeleyside: Bay Area Restaurants open for outdoor dining
- CBSSF: Complaints of Illegal Fireworks grow across Bay Area
- East Bay Times: California’s new coronavirus cases continue to rise
- Patch: UC Regents Move To End Affirmative Action Ban
- The Mercury News: Thousands celebrate Juneteenth across the Bay Area
- ABC 7 News: Bay Area Juneteenth Events
- SF Gate: California governor issues statewide order for people to wear masks
- ABC 7 News: Coronavirus Live Updates
- The Mercury News: Alameda County leads Bay Area for total COVID-19 cases
- East Bay Times: Memorial Day heat wave for Bay Area
- East Bay Express: It's Down to the Wire for PG&E
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