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 ShilohIf 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....

The butterflies attached to colorful wool strings flew with the demonstrators as they advanced from the Richmond College Prep Charter School entrance as part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March. This year’s theme was “Migration is Beautiful.”...

De Anza pulled off a 3-2 victory, with the winning goal coming from one of its top scoring forwards, Anthony Vazquez, in the last five minutes of the game....

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