A group of speakers, venue owners and artists gather to discuss the future of LA's underground music venue sin the wake of the Ghost Ship fire.
One of the biggest mysteries to come out of the deadly Ghost Ship fire is why authorities didn’t do more to address safety and health concerns about a warehouse
A fire station was just 500 feet from the Ghost Ship. But fire officials say they have no records on warehouse
The warehouse where 36 people died earlier this month is just 500 feet from Oakland Fire Station No. 13.
They live 'in the shadows' like the Oakland warehouse. Now, they fear a witch hunt for homes like theirs
As the Oakland fire draws attention to warehouses and other unconventional living spaces, some of their residents are facing eviction and anxious that a 'witch hunt' will begin.
Why the Ghost Ship 'slipped through the cracks' of Oakland inspectors despite repeated safety complaints
As investigators probed the cause of a warehouse fire that killed 36 people, Oakland city officials faced more scrutiny over their handling of complaints about
Ghost Ship tragedy puts focus on plight of Oakland artists dealing with soaring Bay Area housing costs
Rising housing costs in Oakland helped contribute to an unsafe living situation for artists and concert goers that died in a massive fire Friday night
Oakland Fire Department chief said the Ghost Ship warehouse, where 36 people were killed in one of the nation’s deadliest fires in the last decade, could have dropped out their system.
Oakland city officials released the first batch of building inspection reports on the warehouse where 36 people were killed in a fire Friday
New city records have been released about an Oakland artist warehouse and an adjacent lot indicating there were hazard and health concerns prior to last week’s deadly blaze.
A letter from Fruitvale: The Oakland neighborhood is shocked, not only by the fire, but also the artists’ colony that had arisen in their midst.
Investigations into the fire that claimed more than 30 lives in Oakland intensified as searchers continued the grim task of looking for more victims.
As searchers continued on Tuesday to sift throughan Oakland warehouse, authorities said people across the globe are desperately looking for ways thelp the victims’ families and survivors.
The manager of an Oakland warehouse said he was “incredibly sorry” for a devastating fire that killed at least 36 people during an electronic music event Friday night.
As criminal investigators begin to examine who is to blame for one of the worst fires in modern California history, Oakland authorities halted their grim search
A man who managed an Oakland warehouse and artist collective where massive fire killed at least 33 people, spoke publicly Sunday night for the first time.
Prosecutors face the burden of assembling a potential case and deciding whether to file criminal charges in the deadly fire that ripped through a crowded Oakland warehouse.
In the hours after the warehouse fire — long before Oakland officials would release the IDs of the victims found inside — family and friends tried to cobble together information online.
A closer look at the concert operators and artists collective who put on an unpermitted concert in a 'death trap' warehouse
Oakland warehouse residents' harrowing survival stories: ‘Oh my God, all of these people died in our home.'
Surviving the Oakland fire: ‘Oh my God, I almost died... Oh my God all of these people died in our home.'
Oakland artists have already been battling the Bay Area's rising costs. Now they're suffering a tragedy, and worrying about the aftershocks.
The Oakland warehouse fire tragedy will be a moment of reckoning for the music community and local governments about the nature of underground shows.
The night was young, and Seung Lee liked the vibe of the dance party just starting in an old warehouse in the Fruitvale District, so he and two friends decided