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Saturday, Dec 2, 2017

'We Want Justice': Family Remembers Ghost Ship Fire Victims

'We Want Justice': Family Remembers Ghost Ship Fire Victims

Everyday is a struggle for David and Kimberly Gregory. They have nightmares about the night of the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland. The fire claimed 36 lives, including their 20-year-old daughter.

Saturday, Dec 2, 2017

Gathering Marks One Year Since Deadly Oakland Warehouse Fire

Gathering Marks One Year Since Deadly Oakland Warehouse Fire

The first anniversary of a fire that killed 36 people during an electronic music party in an Oakland, California warehouse has been marked with a gathering outside the gutted building known as the "Ghost Ship."

Friday, Dec 1, 2017

Ghost Ship Fire: One Year Later

Ghost Ship Fire: One Year Later

A year after a deadly fire broke out at a warehouse space in Oakland killing 36 people, city officials continue to grapple with ways to improve the safety of unpermitted warehouse spaces, while avoiding...

Friday, Dec 1, 2017

Anniversary of Deadly Oakland Fire Brings Heartache

Anniversary of Deadly Oakland Fire Brings Heartache

Saturday marks one year since a massive fire tore through an Oakland warehouse, killing 36 concert-goers. The Ghost Ship fire on Dec. 2 was the city’s deadliest blaze.

Monday, Nov 13, 2017

Oakland Issues Update on Actions Taken Since Ghost Ship Fire

Oakland Issues Update on Actions Taken Since Ghost Ship Fire

The City of Oakland issued a report summarizing changes it has made since the Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire last December, which killed 36 people.

Friday, Jun 9, 2017

Ghost Ship Warehouse Operator Near Mental Breakdown: Lawyer

Ghost Ship Warehouse Operator Near Mental Breakdown: Lawyer

The operator of an Oakland warehouse where 36 people died in a massive fire is experiencing a near mental breakdown following his arrest on involuntary manslaughter charges, his attorneys said Friday.

Monday, Jun 5, 2017

Criminal Charges Filed in Ghost Ship Fire

Criminal Charges Filed in Ghost Ship Fire

The Alameda County District Attorney filed criminal charges on Monday against Derick Ion Almena, the landlord of the Oakland warehouse space known as the Ghost Ship, and Max Cardin Harris, a tenant who...

Sunday, Feb 26, 2017
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Memorial Mural for Oakland Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire Victims

A memorial mural was installed in San Francisco's Mission District for Oakland...View gallery

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Thursday, Mar 16, 2017

State Senate Discusses Converted Warehouses Like Ghost Ship

State Senate Discusses Converted Warehouses Like Ghost Ship

California state lawmakers said they are grappling with a growing public safety problem in cities where financially struggling artists are illegally converting warehouses into housing and entertainment venues.

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