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City of Oakland to Pay $12 Million to Motorcyclist Hit by Police Car City of Oakland to Pay $12 Million to Motorcyclist Hit by Police Car A dispute between Oakland and its insurance carrier nearly caused the city to be on the hook for $10 million of the total. June 19, 2018
Local Radio Station KGPC Threatened with Closure Due to Budget Cuts Local Radio Station KGPC Threatened with Closure Due to Budget Cuts Supporters of the Peralta Community College District's low-power community radio station are hoping to save it from closure. June 19, 2018
OUSD Backs Down After Charter School Threatens Lawsuit OUSD Backs Down After Charter School Threatens Lawsuit Several OUSD directors want the district to formally oppose the city's sale of public land for a new charter school, but Aspire says the district is illegally interfering. June 13, 2018
Election Results in Alameda County District Attorney's Race Reveal a Stark Divide Election Results in Alameda County District Attorney's Race Reveal a Stark Divide Communities of color most impacted by crime and mass incarceration chose reform candidate Pamela Price, while more affluent suburban neighborhoods picked Nancy O'Malley. June 07, 2018
City of Oakland Appeals Decision Striking Down Coal Ban City of Oakland Appeals Decision Striking Down Coal Ban Coal export terminal developer Phil Tagami said despite the appeal, his company is moving forward with the project. June 14, 2018
Police Union Money Flooded the East Bay's District Attorneys' Races Police Union Money Flooded the East Bay's District Attorneys' Races Law enforcement unions nearly $600,000 in Alameda and Contra Costa counties opposing progressive candidates. June 06, 2018

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    Several OUSD directors want the district to formally oppose the city's sale of public land for a new charter school, but Aspire says the district is illegally interfering.
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