BART Warns Riders About Spike In Cell-Phone TheftsIn response to a rash of cellphone thefts on BART trains this year, the transit agency is rolling out a new campaign warning riders of the danger.
Authorities Cracking Down On Woman Breeding Hundreds Of Exotic BirdsA Bay Area woman who's been breeding hundreds of exotic birds in her backyard gets an ultimatum.
Woman With Thousands Of Backyard Birds Says She'll Keep ThemHundreds of exotic birds are living in one East Bay backyard. Neighbors have had enough, but the owner is not backing down.
Standoff With Gunman Barricaded Inside Castro Valley Homes EndsAn armed man who barricaded himself in a Castro Valley home early Monday morning has walked out of the house peacefully and is in the custody of sheriff's deputies.
East Bay Woman Pleads Guilty To 1990 Murder Of Ex-HusbandA San Leandro woman has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for the murder of her ex-husband in Castro Valley in unincorporated Alameda County in 1990.
Arrest In Killing Of Castro Valley Woman Found In Burned Out HomeFive months after a Castro Valley neighborhood was rocked by the murder of a woman in her burned out home, an arrest.
Rescue Mentor Dog Stolen From Castro Valley HomeAuthorities are seeking help in finding a German Shepherd rescue mentor dog who was stolen from his owner’s home in Castro Valley on Sunday.
Horse That Fell Down East Bay Ravine In 2016 Reunited With RescuersA Clydesdale that took a tumble down a ravine last year, was reunited in Castro Valley with the firefighters who helped save him.
Rescued Horse, Rider Get A Chance To Thank Firefighters Who Saved ThemA Clydesdale horse named Daniel were reunited Saturday with firefighters that rescued him and his trainer from a ravine in Castro Valley last summer.
Cellphone Traffic Stop In East Bay Leads To 300 Pounds Of Marijuana, $1M CashA traffic stop of a driver talking on his cellphone uncovered a big East Bay drug haul over the weekend.
Roadway Collapse Shuts Down Access To Lake Chabot CampgroundsThe winter deluge claimed another victim Wednesday as officials were forced to close one of the access roads into the Lake Chabot campgrounds because it has collapsed.
BART Ordered To Pay $1.27 Million In Hazmat SuitBART has been ordered to pay $1.275 million in a settlement for failing to implement hazardous materials business plans at facilities throughout the transit system.