Walnut Creek is known as a safe city, but people who live there say there’s a stretch of road that is anything but safe. Now neighbors are taking matters into their own hands.
A Walnut Creek woman who learned she had the same kidney disease that killed her grandfather, mother and uncle is getting a live-saving transplant from someone near to her, literally and figuratively.
An Obama administration effort to combat violence against women, especially on college campuses, could keep some students at UC Berkeley from enrolling for the spring semester.
An East Bay police chief says he believes there is a connection between California’s prison realignment policy and an increase in crime in his city.
Ann Notarangelo, reporter and weekend anchor for KPIX/KBCW is featured with three other local news mavens in May’s Diablo Magazine cover story, “Women to Watch: East Bay Anchors on the Future of News, Knowing Their Neighborhoods and What They’re Hiding Under the Desk.”
Bay Area researchers have found it’s possible the much-sought-after fountain of youth could be running with blood, and they’ve used ‘vampire mice’ to prove their theories.