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Warriors' victory parade set for Thursday in Oakland

Warriors’ victory parade set for Thursday in Oakland

The victory parade for the 2017 NBA champion Golden State Warriors is set to be held Thursday, June 15, starting at 10 a.m., according to the team. The parade will begin on Broadway at 11th...

Takk McKinley shares news at Richmond meet and greet

By Zach Chouteau Recent first-round NFL draft pick Takkarist “Takk” McKinley of the Atlanta Falcons, a former football star at Kennedy High, welcomed an outpouring of friends, fans and family today at a Richmond ‘Meet...
Takk is back: NFL 1st-round draft pick to hold Richmond event

Takk’s back: NFL 1st-round draft pick to hold Richmond event

The nonprofit For Richmond is set to host a “Community Meet & Greet” on Saturday, June 10, with Richmond native Takkarist “Takk” McKinley, who was selected No. 26 overall by the Atlanta Falcons in...
Kaylah Robinson records one of nation's fastest times at state meet

Kaylah Robinson runs one of nation’s fastest 100m hurdles times

In a scorching 100-meter hurdles race at the 2017 CIF State Track & Field Championships last weekend, El Cerrito High senior Kaylah Robinson not only earned second place, she recorded the nation's second fastest...
NFL's Takk McKinley to return home for 'Community Meet & Greet'

NFL’s Takk McKinley to hold ‘Community Meet & Greet’ in Richmond

The nonprofit For Richmond announced Friday it is inviting local residents to a “Community Meet & Greet” on Saturday, June 10, with Richmond native Takkarist “Takk” McKinley, who was selected No. 26 overall by...
75-year-old Kennedy High teacher inspires in weightlifting contest against students

75-year-old teacher inspires in weightlifting contest against students

Nearing his 76th birthday, Kennedy High special education teacher Salvatore Morabito saw no issue with challenging his students -- even the football players -- to a powerlifting competition. Morabito did not win his Rack Pull...

East Bay Soldiers achieve success from Walnut Creek to Reno

The East Bay Soldiers had an incredible weekend, with more than 60 local kids traveling to Reno for a tournament and bringing home two championships and one runner's up medal. In addition, both East Bay...
Oakland Raiders to visit Verde Elementary for junior training camp

Oakland Raiders to visit Verde Elementary for junior training camp

Several members of the Oakland Raiders are scheduled to visit Verde Elementary in North Richmond on Thursday, May 25 for a junior training camp with students. The camp's arrival is both a reward and incentive...
Kenneth Walker III to hold free camp for local kids in June

Kenneth Walker III to hold free camp for local kids in June

Kenneth Walker, an alum of both Kennedy High and UCLA and star athlete at both schools, was signed late last month as an undrafted free agent by the Jacksonville Jaguars. But don't worry, the oft-charitable...
A.C. Green participates in youth basketball camp in Richmond

NBA great A.C. Green participates in Richmond youth basketball camp

Retired NBA great A.C. Green was among the mentors who participated at the NBA FIT Clinic at the EM Downer Family YMCA on Thursday. The clinic, a partnership that includes Kaiser Permanente, brought more than 100...

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