Some call him the Santa Claus of the San Leandro schools’ music program. If teachers and students need something, he finds a way to grant their wish, making him this week’s Bay Area Jefferson Award winner.
The California Highway Patrol Friday morning has issued a Sig-alert following a fatal crash on Interstate Highway 580 in San Leandro.
A San Leandro police officer is recovering after crashing his cruiser in Oakland early Monday morning.
Police are seeking one person who fled the scene of a two-vehicle collision in San Leandro that left six people with minor injuries Sunday evening, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Police in San Leandro are hoping to buy an armored rescue vehicle that can also withstand rifle rounds. Some residents are upset over the proposed purchase, saying it’s another sign of the militarization of local police.
BART police are looking for a suspect or suspects that left a man injured on Tuesday night.
Each year from mid-October to mid-February the Monarch butterfly migrate to the central and northern California coast. One of the things that make the migration special is that the butterflies return to the same locations year after year and that the general public can easily see them.
2 Suspects In Stolen Newspaper Delivery Van Arrested After Leading Police On Chase From SF To San Leandro
A high-speed chase involving a stolen San Francisco Chronicle delivery van ends with police arresting two suspects in San Leandro Monday morning.
An East Bay sanitary district’s board of directors has censured a longtime board member for racial slurs and sexist remarks they say he made to district employees.
San Leandro Mayor Stephen Cassidy, along with the City Council announced Monday that the city is one of six jurisdictions that has been chosen by the California Earthquake Authority to be included in a statewide program that will provide new funding for residential seismic retrofit work.