A surge in racism across the nation in recent months directed at Asians was documented Thursday in a national media teleconference presented by the Chinese for Affirmative Action organization....

With the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas in 2020, my football fandom now transitions to a place I’ve never been before and one I won’t be visiting anytime soon....

Hundreds of cyclists woke up early on a foggy Saturday morning to celebrate the opening of the new six-mile long bike lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge....

PG&E’s rolling blackouts probably don’t eliminate fire risk, and they actually could make responding to fires harder. What they largely do is shift responsibility away from the company....

The official groundbreaking ceremony for the RYSE Commons, featuring music, live performances and food, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, at 205 41st Street, Richmond....

The tech industry is eating the newspaper industry’s lunch and skipping out on the bill, according to current and former news executives, reporters and Congressman Mark DeSaulnier, who spoke on...

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