Newly-Opened East Bay Park Closed After Neighbors File LawsuitAn East Bay park that opened to the public about two months ago has suddenly closed after neighbors who complained about traffic and parking filed a lawsuit.
Smoking, Drones Banned From East Bay Regional ParksEast Bay Regional Park District directors have voted to ban smoking and drones and to increase the number of single-track bike rails in parks.
Woman Pleads Not Guilty In Park Confrontation With Two Muslim MenA woman who was caught on video shouting insults at Muslim men praying in Lake Chabot Regional Park last month pleaded not guilty Thursday to two misdemeanor counts she faces for the incident.
Pilots Warned To Keep Drones Out Of East Bay ParksWith many drones expected as Christmas gifts, the East Bay Regional Park District is reminding people that flying them on park property could ground the pilot with a hefty fine.
Man's Body Found In Water At Alameda's Crown Memorial State BeachA man's body was found in the water early Sunday morning at the Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach in Alameda.
Best Dog-Friendly Hiking Trails In The Bay AreaShowcasing five of the best dog friendly places to hike in the San Francisco Bay Area...
Elderly Woman's Body Found Floating Off Water At Alameda County BeachAn elderly woman's body was found in the water off an Alameda beach Tuesday afternoon, according to East Bay Regional Park District officials.
Wind Farms Spacing Out Turbines To Better Accommodate Birds; Reduce Death RatesThe wind farm on Altamont Pass is one of the deadliest locations in the Bay Area for eagles, hawks and other birds to fly, but is slowly becoming a safer place because companies are restructuring.
Warning: 3 Dogs Fatally Poisoned After Drinking Water From Lake Chabot In The East BayEast Bay park and municipal officials have issued an urgent warning for dog owners to keep their pets away from the water at Lake Chabot.
Man Arrested In Attack Of Woman Hiking In Richmond's Wildcat Canyon Regional ParkEast Bay Regional Park District police arrested a San Pablo man Tuesday who is suspected of attacking a woman on a hiking trail in Richmond's Wildcat Canyon Regional Park.
People Living Near Mission Peak Say Curfew Does Little To Stop Selfie-Obsessed HikersPeople who live near Mission Peak in Fremont are upset that hikers are ignoring a new curfew. The new rules were prompted by the trail’s sudden popularity, stemming from hikers eager to take selfies from the top and post them on social media.
Selfie Mountain: Mission Peak In Fremont Becomes Crowded With Photo-Obsessed Hikers Social media may be behind the sudden popularity of a park in the East Bay. Visitors are scaling Mission Peak in Fremont by the hundreds, and nearly all of them snapping a selfie with the totem at the top.

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