The Oakland Tribune

<p>While Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has received fame for making global warming a priority, he has studiously avoided the land use connection. Not so for California's attorney general, who is tackling the issue head on, even warning of litigation.</p>
Nov 16, 2007   The Oakland Tribune
<p>Street vendors in Berkeley are voicing complaints that a new rapid bus line is passing by too quickly, stirring up dust along the sidewalk that covers them and their merchandise.</p>
Sep 3, 2007   The Oakland Tribune
<p>While American drivers are burning record amounts of gas to feed their motoring habits, a weird thing is happening in the freeway state – Californians continue to consume less gasoline. Sustained high gas prices may play a role by changing behavior.</p>
Aug 4, 2007   The Oakland Tribune
<p>Participating on Oakland’s Inclusionary Housing Blue Ribbon Commission, a home builder points to the futility of inclusionary zoning and lists effective alternatives that should be included in a comprehensive approach to building affordable housing.</p>
Feb 20, 2007   The Oakland Tribune
In the most important fuel improvement since lead was removed from gasoline a generation ago, 97% of the sulfur from diesel fuel will be removed, dramatically reducing particulate emissions, resulting in improvements to health and longevity.
Sep 5, 2006   The Oakland Tribune
Oakland's Planning Commission is delighted to approve two residential highrises as the city continues enjoying its downtown revival under Mayor Jerry Brown.
Dec 22, 2005   The Oakland Tribune
Major investments in transportation infrastructure are required to keep California moving. Many companies are leaving California due to congestion delays and cargo backups at the ports.
Nov 18, 2005   The Oakland Tribune
A filmaker ends up with footage of 19 deaths by people jumping off what is regarded as the world's No. 1 suicide landmark.
Jan 22, 2005   The Oakland Tribune
California's transportation program is in crisis and on the verge of collapse", according to the California Transportation Commission's annual report.
Jan 7, 2005   The Oakland Tribune
A largely African-American neighborhood in Oakland, CA, is attracting businesses and commercial property values have increased.
Dec 9, 2004   The Oakland Tribune
The Bay Area's Metropolitan Transportation Commission releases its 25-year plan for the region's transportation network.
Nov 23, 2004   The Oakland Tribune