Lawsuit Says Chipotle Falsely Claims To Be GMO-Free And Dupes Consumers Into Paying MoreA lawsuit accuses restaurant Chipotle Mexican Grill of falsely advertising its food is free of genetically modified organisms or GMOs.
Possibly Earthquake-Related Collapsed Walkway Displaces 20 Oakland ResidentsTwenty apartment complex residents are being temporarily displaced after a cracked walkway collapsed in Oakland.
Oakland Water Main Bursts Near Piedmont Where Quake Struck On MondayOakland had five water mains break Monday after a 4.0-magnitude earthquake that morning and it's possible a main that broke Thursday morning was also damaged in that quake.
Early Warning Alerts Some Bay Area Residents 20 Seconds Before Piedmont EarthquakeSoon the question, “Did you feel it?” will be followed by, “Did you know it was coming?”
Magnitude 4.0 Quake Felt Across Bay AreaA 4.0 quake jolted the East Bay Monday morning just before 7 a.m.
Piedmont High School Bird Calling Contest Turns 50; Top Finishers To Appear On Letterman ShowThe Piedmont High School Bird Calling contest, originally organized by science teacher Leonard J. Waxdeck, celebrated its 50th anniversary Friday night.
Luxury Homebuyers Set Their Sights On Oakland To Get More Bang For Their BuckA million dollars doesn’t buy much in the way of luxury anymore if you are home shopping in San Francisco, the South Bay or the Peninsula. That may explain the recent surge in luxury home sales in Oakland.
East Bay Wastewater Districts, Cities Agree To Pay $1.5 Million Fine & Keep Sewage Out Of SF BayThe East Bay Municipal Utility District, Stege Sanitary District and six cities have agreed to pay $1.5 million in fines to settle allegations they allowed raw or partially treated sewage to flow into the San Francisco Bay.
At-Risk Elderly Woman Missing From San Leandro Found In Menlo ParkAn elderly at-risk woman who was missing since Sunday night out of San Leandro was found safe in Menlo Park, law enforcement officials said Tuesday.
African-American Campaign Volunteers Claim Racial Profiling During East Bay CanvassingSome African-American campaign workers going door-to-door in the East Bay may be victims of racial profiling.
Mudslide, Downed Trees Cleared From Moraga Avenue In Piedmont; Power RestoredPiedmont city officials say they reopened Moraga Ave. around 7:45 p.m. Friday after a closure caused by a small landslide that knocked several trees into a power line.
Piedmont Approves Camera Network To Track Every Car Entering TownPiedmont residents, concerned about the uptick in burglaries in adjacent Oakland, will have cameras installed to keep track of every car coming into the town.