Policy News of the Month Don’t like people talking about you behind your back? That is what happens when policymakers make new laws about young people, and often without even inviting...

Op-Ed, Jovanka Beckles, Richmond Councilmember The Housing Element of the General Plan will be coming before the Council on Tuesday January 15. This element is a forward looking document which...

Commentary,  Sonya Mann An overwhelming number of California voters, 81 percent, supported Proposition 35 (also called the CASE Act), which expands legal protections for victims of sex trafficking, and specifies harsher...

News Report, Tania Pulido Billboards for No on Measure N, the controversial soda tax that voters here rejected on Tuesday, have been a constant image over the last several months as...

Food Review + Photos, Monica Quesada Tucked in between Wendy’s fast food restaurant and San Pablo Avenue lies a hidden treasure of South American fine cuisine. Tempero Goiano is a family-run...

Blog, Various Authors Keyannie Norford, 17 I know that no matter what the price of soda is, if I want it I will go get it. As a senior attending De Anza...

Feature, Jessica Arevalo A spoonful of sugar is no longer the way to help the medicine go down. Mary Poppins, with her stern British demeanor and cheeky sense of humor, enthralled generations...

News Report, Malcolm Marshall RICHMOND, Calif. – Nai Saechao, a first time voter, says she hasn’t made up her mind about Richmond’s so-called soda tax, which is set to appear...

News Report, Malcolm Marshall Editor's note: Richmond is now ground zero for the debate over how to reduce soda consumption, with a one-cent per-ounce tax increase to appear on the ballot in...

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