Annie Sciacca, Vallejo Times-Herald

Annie Sciacca

Vallejo Times-Herald

California, United States

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Recent:
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Mercury-Register
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • ChicoER
  • Times-Standard
  • L.A. Daily News
  • The Cannabist

Recent articles by Annie:

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

As COVID cases have surged, Oakland extends law to provide paid sick leave

“No one should have to choose between keeping their family safe and putting food on the table.” → Read More

New proposal would put civilian group in charge of investigating all Oakland police misconduct cases

There are about 500 public complaints of police misconduct in Oakland each year reviewed by two different sets of investigative bodies. → Read More

Police investigate shooting near downtown San Jose that caused ‘life threatening’ injuries

SAN JOSE — A shooting south of downtown San Jose left a man with “life threatening” injuries Wednesday evening, according to San Jose police. Police were investigating the shootin… → Read More

Bryan Monroe, journalism industry leader and former Mercury News editor, dies at 55

“Bryan has been a trailblazer in our industry for years. He helped countless journalism professionals and students to hone their skills in achieving excellence in their craft.” → Read More

DA: No new charges in Oscar Grant case

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley announced she would not charge another officer in the Oscar Grant case, who died in 2009. → Read More

DA announces no new charges in Oscar Grant case

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley announced she would not charge another officer in the Oscar Grant case, who was fatally shot by a fellow BART officer in 2011. → Read More