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2013
Oakland police chief steps down
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Crime problems, solutions discussed at Oakland public forum
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2012
'Anonymous' hacks personal info of Oak. Officials
Officers disciplined in Occupy Oakland protests
Officers disciplined in Occupy Oakland protests
Occupy Oakland calling for day of action
City Hall damaged by Occupy protesters
'Anonymous' hacks personal info of Oak. Officials
City Hall damaged by Occupy protesters
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2011
Mayors take heat after 'Occupy'
Former mayor testifies in suit over firing
Howard Jordan sworn in as interim chief
Police chief resigning after 2 years
Quan sworn in as Oakl first female mayor
Cops raid Occupy Oakland for second time
Occupy protesters told they must leave
Howard Jordan sworn in as interim chief
Police chief resigning after 2 years
Cops raid Occupy Oakland for second time
Occupy Oakland gets third eviction notice
Mayors take heat after 'Occupy'
Occupy protesters regroup - Iraq vet hurt
Police tear gas Occupy Oakland protesters
Hundreds march anti-Wall Street protest
500 show up at Occupy Oakland protest
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Oakland board votes to close 5 schools
Oakland proposes eliminating 13 schools
2010
Mayor Ron Dellums Won't Seek Re-Election
80 cop layoffs to occur; No deal reached
City Council Votes To Lay Off 80 Cops
Response Criticized In OPD Tragedy
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2009
City Hires New Schools Superintendent
Police Chief Blasts City Council, Resigns
Oakland, SF To Get Money For Police
Police officers fired over search warrants
Slain Officers Recalled As Proud Vets
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2008
Embattled City Administrator Out Of Job
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2007
Mayor Dellums Begins Term
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City has had more homicides this year
Spectators Will Be Cited At Sideshows
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2003
State takes over Oakland schools
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Oakland landlords, tenant groups reach deal on rental upgrades   Mayor Quan touts Oakland's progress in state of city address  Mayor Jean Quan, who is seeking re-election, delivers her state of the city message touting progress on crime, unemployment and a balanced budget Oakland Mayor Quan unveiling her own 10,000-resident plan Oakland police chief steps down   Howard Jordan abruptly stepped down, citing an unspecified medical reason. He led the force for 19 months, a time of Occupy protests, budget cuts Crime problems, solutions discussed at Oakland public forum Oakland City Council votes to hire Bratton   Officers disciplined in Occupy Oakland protests   Oakland officials are accusing more than 40 police officers of committing misconduct during Occupy protests that turned violent   'Anonymous' hacks personal info of Oak. Officials  'Anonymous' has released the personal information of some of top city officials online in response to clashes between Occupy and the police Occupy Oakland calling for day of action. 94607 City Hall damaged by Occupy protesters Oakland issues pink slips to 2,500 employees Cops raid Occupy Oakland for second time. Oakland Downtown Oakland board votes to close 5 schools  A crowd of 500 parents, teachers and children yelled as the school board held a hearing before voting 5-2 to close five elementary schools Occupy protesters regroup - Iraq vet hurt. Oakland Downtown   Police tear gas Occupy Oakland protesters Map of Frank Ogawa Plaza Oakland


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Nov.19  Oakland audit finds fire inspections lacking
Nov.12  Oakland curfew plan assailed at hearing


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Sep.18  Oakland gets $4.5M grant to hire more cops


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Aug.1  Oakland bans weapons, tools at protests


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Jul.31  Oakland passes controversial crime fighting measures


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Mar.21  Oakland councilmembers accused of ethics violations
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Oct.12  
Aug.20  Oakland finds source of police radio problems
Jul.31  Oakland mayor says police takeover won't happen
May.5  Oakland celebrates 160 years
Feb.15  New police chief outlines his vision
Feb.7  
Feb.6
Feb.1  Jordan named Oakland police chief
Jan.30  Oakland to change tactics after rowdy protest
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Jan.25  City Council discusses new budget plan
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year 2011 Top ^

Dec.20  2 recall campaigns for Oakland mayor OK'd
Nov.15  Parcel tax defeated in special election
Nov.14  Quan's top legal adviser resigns over raid
Nov.9  Occupy protesters shout down city council
Oct.30  Mayors take heat after 'Occupy'
Oct.27  
Oct.25  
  Oakland Downtown: Police fired tear gas tonight into a crowd of several hundred protesters backing the movement who had sought to retake an encampment
 Several hundred "Occupy Oakland" protesters are marching down the streets of Oakland
Oct.22   Hundreds march anti-Wall Street protest   Oakland Downtown: Protesters camped out in front of Oakland City Hall in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement showed no signs of going away Oct.21  Oakland orders 'Occupy' to leave plaza Oct.13 Howard Jordan sworn in as interim chief Oct.11     Police chief resigning after 2 years  Embattled Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts said he will resign next month on the job, citing frustration over his role in the department Oct.10     500 show up at Occupy Oakland protest
  The demonstration. It comes on the heels of the protests in San Francisco and San Jose
Sep.24 Oakland proposes eliminating 13 schools
Jun.21  City will no longer support citizen firefight Feb.4 OPD Chief Batts to stay in Oakland Feb.3 Oakland's pot plan goes up in smoke Feb.1  Vote on changing pot-farm law postponed Jan.27  OPD communication investigated Jan.18  2 mayors to attend White House dinner Jan.4  New mayor takes aim at police pensions Jan.3     Quan sworn in as Oakl first female mayor  Jean Quan is the first woman and the first Asian-American to take charge at City Hall. She was the underdog who pulled off an election upset

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Dec.17 Pot-growing plan may hit legal wall
Nov.27  Oakland ID would double as debit card Nov.10     Quan scores upset win in mayor's race
  City Councilwoman Jean Quan has been elected as Oakland's next mayor following a days-long process of redistributing votes.    A new ranked-choice system allowed voters to list their first, second and third-place candidates. 61-ye...
Nov.6     Jean Quan starts to lead voting  City Councilmember Jean Quan with 51 percent of the ranked choice vote and former State Senate President Don Perata with just under 49 perce... Nov.5  Mayor pleads for peace after sentencing Nov.4  Perata's lead seems insurmountable Nov.2  Oakland choosing new mayor Oct.19  City settles suit over fatal police shooting Sep.19  Councilwoman victim of purse-snatch Aug.4   Mayor Ron Dellums Won't Seek Re-Election  Ron Dellums, 74, announced that he won't seek re-election in November. He elected mayor in June 2006 and took office in January 2007 Jul.22  City To Seek Help After Rash Of Crimes Jul.21  $6.5 M Settlement In Warrant Case   Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms
  The City Council has approved a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed Jul.20  Oakland Considers 'Wal-Marting' Of Weed Jul.13 City approves plan to license pot growers   80 cop layoffs to occur; No deal reached  City officials and police union leaders were unsuccesful in their attempts to reach a last-minute agreement by a 5 p.m. deadline Jul.12  Talks Over Police Layoffs To Resume  Talks In Final Hours Over Police Layoffs Jul.9  Dellums 'Proud' Of Response To Verdict Jul.3  Police Chief Warns Of Impact Of Cuts Jun.25   City Council Votes To Lay Off 80 Cops  The council voted 5-3 to eliminate the positions immediately and possibly up to 122 more in January if voters in November don't approve a new... Jun.21  City Considers Losing Up To 200 Officers Mar.27  Tax Measures To Reduce Deficit Jan.6  Response Criticized In OPD Tragedy

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.21  City Hiring Practices Criticized In Report Oct.7  City To Pay $1.2 Million To Settle Lawsuit Aug.12  Dellums Names New Oakland Police Chief Jul.29  Oakland Police Agree To Freeze Salaries Jul.28  Oakland, SF To Get Money For Police May.22 City Hires New Schools Superintendent
May.5  Mayor proposes budget cuts Apr.24 Police officers fired over search warrants Apr.4  Judge: City illegally spent safety funds Mar.23 Slain Officers Recalled As Proud Vets Mar.10  2 Council Members Argue Over Parking Jan.28 Police Chief Blasts City Council, Resigns Jan.16  Plans To Fire 11 Cops Accused Of Lying

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.8 Plan To Close Up To 15 Schools
Jun.27   Embattled City Administrator Out Of Job
  Mayor Ron Dellums placed Deborah Edgerly on administrative leave. The 56-year old Edgerly tried to protect her nephew, a gang member
Jun.2  Governor Talks Budget Crisis Jan.16  Bill Clinton calls for foreclosure aid in city Jan.14  Dellums gaves state of the city address

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.17 Tougher Rules Against Smoking Enacted Aug.20  Six Sue Police Over Public Strip Searches Jul.12  City To Sue Over Garbage Lockout Feb.8  Mayor Gets 60% Pay Raise Jan.8  Dellums Publicly Sworn In As Mayor Jan.2 Mayor Dellums Begins Term

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.8   Jerry Brown Elected Attorney General
  A 2-term governor and mayor of Oakland is winning the race for California attorney general Aug.4  Oakland Unveils Bold New Crime Plan Jun.29  Ward Stepping Down As Head Of Schools Jun.16   Dellums Winner In Mayor Race
  Former congressman had enough votes to become the unofficial winner, with 50.18% of the vote Jun.7 Dellums projected victor in mayor's race Mar.16  PD Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement Mar.14 State Of Emergency On Hold

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.30   City has had more homicides this year  The total of 94 homicides so far, compared to 88 in 2004, is still a 17% reduction from the total of 114 in 2003 Oct.7 Dellums Announces Mayoral Run
Jul.12   Spectators Will Be Cited At Sideshows  The city council unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow to cite spectators of illegal late night car rallies Jun.21  Oakland Approves Plan To Shut City Jail Jun.18  Jerry Brown Marries Longtime Girlfriend Apr.29  Son of City Council President arrested Feb.14  Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief Feb.2  Tucker appointed interim police chief

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.9  Police Chief Considering Move Jan.19  City Begs Gov. to Abandon Budget Cuts

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.19 Mayor proposed sin taxes
Jul.1  Mayor Fires City Manager Jun.2   State takes over Oakland schools  The state school superintendent appointed Dr. Randolph Ward as the district administrator Feb.19 $11 million to settle Riders suits Feb.13  Ordinance against loitering Jan.17  Fire Department Reduces Staff Jan.7  Mayor Jerry Brown sworn

year 2002 Top ^

Mar.5   Mayor Jerry Brown easily wins re-election
  Brown easily won re-election to a second term by 63% after a campaign run in relative obscurity