Alameda County Places $580M Affordable Housing Bond Measure On BallotThe Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an affordable housing bond measure on the ballot in November.
WB I-580 Reopens As Firefighters Get Upper Hand On 3 Brush Fires Near LivermoreAll lanes of westbound I-580 near Grant Line Road were blocked as firefighters battle three brush fires.
Grand Jury Report Finds Oakland City Council President McElhaney Broke Ethics RulesA scathing report accuses an Oakland city councilwoman of breaking state and city ethics rules.
Alameda County Deputies Round Up Herd Of Wayward GoatsAlameda County Sheriff's deputies have taken on a new role: goat herders.
Deputies Plead Not Guilty To San Francisco Alley Beating Of SuspectTwo Alameda County sheriff's deputies facing felony charges in the beating of a suspect following a high-speed chase pleaded not guilty Thursdday in San Francisco Superior Court.
Local Gun Store Owners Win Major Court Victory A federal appeals court said Monday in a California lawsuit that the Second Amendment right to bear arms extends to gun stores and requires governments to justify restrictions on them.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Freight Train In East BayA Union Pacific train struck a victim who was on the tracks, Union Pacific spokesman Justin Jacobs said.
San Leandro Mom Asks For Help Locating Missing DaughterA 12-year-old Bay Area girl went missing a week ago while in the care of Alameda County social services. No one told her mother – for days.
Alameda District Attorney Not Charging Councilwoman Desley Brooks For Alleged AttackOakland City Councilwoman Desley Brooks, who is accused of attacking Black Panther Party leader Elaine Brown, won't face criminal charges.
Man Beaten By Alameda County Sheriff's Deputies Faces Federal ChargesA man who was severely beaten by two Alameda County sheriff's deputies in November is due back in U.S. District Court in San Francisco next Monday on federal gun and methamphetamine charges.
4-Year-Old Alameda County Boy On Terrorist WatchlistA 4-year-old American boy living in Alameda County has spent most of his life on the U.S. government's terrorist watchlist, but a newly-filed class-action claim aims to get the young boy, and thousands of other Arab-Americans, off the list.
Mystery Surrounds Court Appearance By Man Beaten By DeputiesA man who was severely beaten by two Alameda County sheriff's deputies in November and who was later arrested by the FBI on undisclosed charges appeared in federal court Monday in a closed hearing.