From worrying about their families and their futures to struggling to find enough time in the day, Richmond teens are feeling the pressure. We asked a group of high schoolers to share what causes them the most stress and how they deal with it....

The California For All: Census 2020 Campaign announced this week that four influential Census Ambassadors have joined the organization's efforts to help the hardest-to-count Californians take part in the upcoming 2020 Census....

Above: Dr. Carter G. Woodson (Image: Library of Congress) Op-ed, Tamara Shiloh If you’re not exhausted waiting for “the system” to present a more comprehensive lesson on African-American history to your school-aged children, you should be. It’s time to broaden what is considered important for our children to learn so that the default...

Editors Note: Richmond Pulse asked some current West Contra Costa County students about their views on Measure R, the school district’s latest attempt to pass a multi-million-dollar school construction bond....

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says its controversial "public charge" rule will go into effect Feb. 24, now that the U.S. Supreme Court has lifted a nationwide preliminary injunction that had kept the amended rule from being implemented....

Richmond's RAPID transportation program has only been in place for about 18 months, but, Lori Reese-Brown, the city’s transportation project manager says it’s a fast-growing success....

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