The implementation of the Department of Homeland Security’s rule changes regarding immigration cases — halted by a series of federal court injunctions this month — are still causing fear and confusion, participants in a nationwide teleconference said Thursday....

The Allegro Ballroom and Club Dancing celebrated its 25-year anniversary on Sept. 28 by opening a brand new 12,000-square-foot facility at 12012 San Pablo Ave. in Richmond....

A Richmond community advisory group and area residents voiced concerns - and serious doubts - about the Richmond City Council's Sept. 24 decision to support the capping and residential development at the long-polluted 86-acre South Richmond Zeneca site....

The Making Waves Foundation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday (Oct. 5) to celebrate the recently opened and expanded campus of its public charter school on Lakeside Drive in Richmond....

Malls used to be the most popular hangout spot for teens, but times have changed and socializing at the mall is no longer a thing. Richmond Pulse asked locals teens to tell us where they hang out now (if they have the time) and where they feel safe....

The West Contra Costa County School District (WCCUSD) has implemented a series of changes to increase security at football games in response to violence in recent weeks, including three teenagers who were wounded in a shooting near the DeAnza High School campus after Friday’s game....

The West Contra Costa Unified School District is facing a nearly $40 million cut for the current school year, first revealed in a recent presentation to the school board....

Around 7.6 million people took to the streets around the world — from small rural villages to big cities like New York, Istanbul and Berlin — Sept. 20 in a mass protest for climate action....

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