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The End Of Wood Street, Oakland's Largest Settlement Of Unhoused People

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RVs in an encampment under a freeway ramp with signs that say 'Where do we go?' draped on the nearest RV.
Signs cover 2 RVs at the Wood Street encampment as Caltrans moved in to clear the area. (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

Clearing Of Wood Street Sheds Light On Failures To Get People Housed

It was once Northern California’s largest settlement of unhoused people. The city of Oakland recently cleared the last remaining portion of the community people called Wood Street.   
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We’re learning more about U.S Senator Dianne Feinstein’s recent health struggles. They were worse and more complicated than her office first disclosed. 
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Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero, KQED

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