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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Population: 72259
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda

Zip Codes associated with alameda, california: 94501 94502
Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett

Alameda News
Alameda students, parents protest gun violence

Alameda High School students protesting gun violence and mass shootings gather at the corner of Encinal Avenue and Walnut Street, across the street from Alameda High, after a student walkout Wednesday morning, one week after a 19-year-old former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, walked onto that school's campus and shot 17 people dead. The Alameda High students planned to meet up with students from Alameda's Encinal High School on the city's west end, which also had a student walkout Wednesday morning.

Alameda County DA Nancy O'Malley Announces New Policy to Reduce...

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Mally announced today a plan to reduce and dismiss thousands of prior marijuana convictions. "We join our state officials and intend to reverse decades of cannabis convictions that can be a barrier for people to gain meaningful employment," O'Malley said in a press statement.

Park It: Hike, see early bloomers at Antioch's Black Diamond

Although spring doesn't start officially until March 20, its first signs are already evident in the East Bay Regional Parks and other wildlands. Manzanita is more of a winter bloomer, and this is the tail end of its season.

Photos: Ruth Bancroft Garden celebrates the life of its founder

Former docents Barbara Koepsell, left, of Lafayette, and Robin Slovak, of Oakland, tour the Ruth Bancroft Garden during a celebration of her life at the Ruth Bancroft Garden In Walnut Creek, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018. Bancroft, founder of the Ruth Bancroft Garden, died on November 26, 2017 at age 109.

Solano's 'Art of Peace' picked up by Alameda DA

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O'Malley on Thursday called on artists to submit proposals for the "Art of Peace - Alameda County" program, which will turn 700 confiscated firearms into material for artwork. "Gun violence continues to plague our communities.

Alameda Sheriff's ask for help on 13th anniversary of fatal shooting

The Alameda County Sheriff's Office is renewing a call for the public's help in solving a fatal shooting outside Mac's Sports Bar over a decade ago. On February 17, 2005, 20-year-old Nicholas Bookhammer was taking a smoke break outside of Mac's Sports Bar on Meekland Avenue when he was shot down.

Policing Tech, Privacy: California Agencies Work Through the Details

On Jan. 27, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that it had finalized a contract with a San Francisco Bay Area company for technology that would help the agency to track undocumented immigrants through license plate readers. The federal agency stated that it was using Vigilant Solutions' license plate readers in place of local police cooperation.

James Beard Award Semifinalists Include Four East Bay Nominees

The James Beard Foundation released its list of award semifinalists today, and the East Bay is unusually well represented. In the coming weeks, more than 600 judges will pare down the list to a group of finalists, and then, on May 7, the winners will be announced at a gala that functions as the Oscars of the food world.

USC pays over $80,000 in hazardous waste settlement

USC reached an $89,142 settlement with the California Department of Toxic Substances Control for alleged violations of the California Health and Safety Code involving unauthorized transport and storage of hazardous waste, DTSC said in a press release Wednesday. The Department of Toxic Substances Control alleged that USC transported and stored hazardous waste at its Soto Street Building in Los Angeles, which holds administrative offices.

Israeli Official Distorts CA Law To Stop Sister City Proposal

February 12, 2018 - The Israeli deputy consul general erroneously told the City of Alameda, California that establishing a sister city relationship with a Palestinian village would run afoul of state law. This is the latest effort by the Israeli state and its proxy organizations in the U.S. to distort local civil rights laws to chill advocacy on behalf of Palestinians.

Group appeals NLRB rejection of labor complaint against Trump campaign

A complaint against the 2016 Trump campaign said that four sections of the campaign's code of conduct requiring workers to "keep confidential non-public information" about the campaign violated the National Labor Relations Act's rules covering worker communications.a © An appeal has been filed over the National Labor Relations Board's rejection of a case against President Trump's presidential campaign and his transition organization that said confidentiality agreements workers were required to sign were unlawful. The board's general counsel said the rules were "facially lawful" and noted that the organization that filed the complaint did not purport to do so on behalf of any actual campaign employees.

California lawmakers want to boost tenant protections

Following failure of a bill that would have expanded rent control , a trio of California lawmakers is introducing legislation aimed at adding other protections for renters. Democratic Assemblymen David Chiu of San Francisco, Richard Bloom of Santa Monica and Rob Bonta of Alameda want to make it harder to evict tenants and extend timelines before evictions could occur.

Concerns about Alameda Marina's future expressed amid housing plans

An effort may be under way to build homes at the Alameda Marina on Clement Avenue, despite some calling for the location to remain a "working waterfront." But a member of the Planning Board said the goal for the marina to remain as it is may be impossible, given its deteriorating infrastructure.

Alameda Council Boy Scouts of America to honor adult volunteers

Ken Carvalho, who has been an adult volunteer Scouter for more than 20 years, will be honored with the 2017 Silver Beaver award, the highest achievement by an adult volunteer in the Alameda Council of Boy Scouts of America. Carvalho will be recognized along with other adult volunteers at the council's Annual Recognition Dinner Feb. 24 at the Alameda Elks Lodge.

Ocean Cleanup Project launches San Francisco base in Pacific trash-busting bid

The Ocean Cleanup Project seeks to dismantle the Great Pacific Garbage Patch , guided by an ambitious design concept and the development of new technology to tackle the pollution threat. First conceived in 2013 by aerospace engineering student Boyan Slat, the Ocean Cleanup Project has recently announced the location of its home base, a former naval station in San Francisco Bay .

USC to fund Harbor Area pollution monitors with settlement for illegally storing hazardous waste

Dozens of air-quality monitors will be installed along the Alameda Corridor, where heavy port traffic moves through San Pedro, Wilmington and Carson, thanks to funds available under a legal settlement involving USC. The university will pay nearly $90,000 for illegally storing hazardous waste at one of its facilities, and $35,000 of that payment will be given to the Coalition for Clean Air.

Make the ultimate Korean Bibimbap at home

In a medium bowl, whisk together the soy sauce, grated pear, scallions, minced garlic, brown sugar and fresh ginger. Add meat, tossing to coat.

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