A 2016 eviction schedule obtained from the Contra Costa County Sheriff Department’s Civil Unit revealed that Richmond has had more sheriff-enforced evictions than any other city in Contra Costa County this year.
For the first time in their lives, hundreds of kids in Contra Costa County have health insurance thanks to SB 75.
Like paper, pencils and books, electronic tablets have become a routine part of classrooms across Richmond.
In just a few days, five of Richmond’s original “Rosie the Riveters”—women who worked in the city’s renowned shipyards during the second World War—will travel to Hawaii to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombing...
Representatives from the Black Women Organized for Political Action Richmond chapter have plans to attend the Women’s March on Washington on Donald Trump’s first day in the office of the presidency.
Mayor Tom Butt’s office released a statement last week in response to immigrants and undocumented individuals living in Richmond, a self-declared sanctuary city, following Donald Trump’s presidential win.
A scathing new report from the International Transport Workers' Federation deals with Chevron's tax and campaign finance activities in California.
Court documents submitted in an ongoing case indicate that Richmond Police Department Sergeant Michael Rood sent “numerous inappropriate and sexually suggestive” text messages to the head of a medical marijuana dispensary he was tasked with...
A coalition of advocacy groups is challenging the legal right of the California Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend the driver’s licenses of those who cannot afford to pay traffic fines.
Rates of sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, are on the rise in Contra Costa County according to new data from Contra Costa Health Services.
City Council had a packed agenda for this week’s meeting but spent most of the evening in conversation with community organizations and the Richmond police about preventing further violence in the city.
Contra Costa County health care benefits for undocumented and low-income residents may be threatened, given President-elect Donald Trump’s promises to wholly or partly dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
A new set of documents filed in an ongoing court case suggest that the heads of Richmond’s three medical marijuana dispensaries may have paid City Councilmembers to back legislation favorable to the dispensaries.