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Alameda Co. deputy arrested for allegedly allowing inmates to fight

2 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Bailey was arrested Wednesday, after 3-month long investigation. He is accused of knowingly and willingly facilitating an attack on an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail.

Supreme Court Asked to Review Alameda County Gun Store Ban

Attorneys for three civil rights advocacy organizations, three individuals have filed a petition seeking Supreme Court review of a controversial decision. This post Supreme Court Asked to Review Alameda County Gun Store Ban appeared first on

SCOTUS Review Sought In Challenge Of Alameda County Gun Store Ban

If this was a book store or an abortion clinic, the Ninth Circuit would not have hesitated in striking this zoning regulation unanimously. This post SCOTUS Review Sought In Challenge Of Alameda County Gun Store Ban appeared first on

Berkeley teacher ordered to pay legal fees of Republican group’s ex-leader

An Alameda County court commissioner ordered a Berkeley middle school teacher and activist to pay $11,100 in legal fees to the former head of the Berkeley College Republicans after the teacher dropped a demand for a restraining order...Show More Summary

Pregnant inmates are abused in Santa Rita Jail, women charge in lawsuit

Six women, formerly or currently incarcerated at Alameda County’s Santa Rita Jail, have charged in a legal complaint filed Thursday morning that pregnant women are abused and discriminated against in the Dublin jail. The federal complaint was filed against the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. Show More Summary

Driver charged in East Bay crash that killed rookie CHP officer

A 22-year-old man who killed a rookie California Highway Patrol officer on Christmas Eve after slamming his car into the back of the officer's parked patrol car was charged Tuesday with second-degree murder. Alameda County Dist. Atty. Nancy O'Malley identified Mohammed Ali of Hayward as the driver...

Alt-Right 'Stickman' Violates Bail in YouTube Video

Alameda County Judge Yolanda Northridge tripled Daly City right-winger Kyle Chapman's bail after he posted a YouTube video explaining that he "can't... carry a knife" as a condition of his bail, "so I carry a kubotan [keychain weapon]."...Show More Summary

Two men to stand trial in Oakland's fatal Ghost Shop warehouse fire

Two California men will go to trial on involuntary manslaughter charges in the deaths of 36 partygoers in the worst building fire in the U.S. in more than a decade, a judge ruled Thursday. Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Horner cited testimony describing Oakland’s Ghost Ship warehouse...

Judge orders Derick Almena, Max Harris to trial for Ghost Ship deaths

Two men will face trial on 36 counts each of involuntary manslaughter in the Ghost Ship fire after an Alameda County Superior Court judge determined Thursday that there was sufficient evidence in the case. Prosecutors say Max Harris and Derick Almena created a firetrap at the Ghost Ship warehouse in Oakland’s Fruitvale district. Show More Summary

SamTrans Looks to Improve Travel on Dumbarton Corridor

The SamTrans Board of Directors adopted the Final Dumbarton Transportation Corridor Study, in an effort to create new mobility alternatives along the Dumbarton Corridor between Alameda County, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.

Alameda County Transportation Commission Approves $107 Million Carpool/Express Lane Project

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Union City man charged with murder following death of 64-year-old man in dispute

The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office charged John Ashley Gordon, 46, of Union City, with murder, following the death of a man last Thursday. Union City Police responded to reports of an altercation that morning, and found a 64-year-old man unresponsive. Show More Summary

Musk Fires Back: Blasts "Hotbed Of MISinformation" In Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

A couple of days ago we noted a lawsuit filed against Tesla in the Superior Court in Alameda County which, among other things, alleged that his Fremont manufacturing facility was a "hotbed for racist behavior" in which employees andShow More Summary

California judge says companies must remove pre-1951 lead paint in homes

Paint companies must pay the state for the cost of removing lead paint from the interior surfaces of homes in San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo and seven other counties, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday. The Sixth District Court of...Show More Summary

Oakland can be held liable in Ghost Ship case, judge says

An Alameda County Superior Court judge has ruled that Oakland officials had a mandatory duty to act when they came across unsafe conditions in buildings such as the Ghost Ship warehouse, which burned a year ago, allowing a lawsuit against...Show More Summary

Alameda County Library Patron Records Possibly Hacked

Topic: Libraries An email to library members says officials were contacted last month by someone claiming to have information from the library system’s entire database of users. That contact included the names and addresses of about three dozen library patrons. From Alameda County Library Patron Records Possibly Hacked « CBS San Francisco

Bay Area Tesla plant hit with charges of racist supervisors using the N-word and sharing ‘pickaninny’ pictures

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

The Tesla auto plant in Alameda County has been hit with a lawsuit filed by three former black employees saying there were subjected to racial harassment while working there. According to KNTV,  the lawsuit was filed on Monday, with the ex-employees saying they were routinely called the N-word, and...

Tesla Hit With 2nd Discrimination Suit, Ex-Workers Say They Were Taunted With Racial Slurs And “Pickaninny” Graffiti

3 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

Three More Men File Discrimination Lawsuits Against Tesla Three African-American men filed a new complaint Monday in Alameda County Court claiming Tesla supervisors and workers used racial epithets and drew racist graffiti on cardboard boxes. According to Mercury News reports,

9th Circuit Rules There’s No Constitutional Right to Sell Firearms. Will the Supreme Court Care?  

3 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

Does the Second Amendment protect an individual right to sell firearms to the public? No, the 9 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday in Teixeira v. County of Alameda, a landmark decision affirming the government’s constitutional authority to strictly regulate gun shops. Show More Summary

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