Walnut Creek Police Recover Woman's Stolen Wedding DressPolice in Walnut Creek on Monday reported that authorities were able to recover a wedding dress that has been stolen from a resident's home last month.
Women's March Rally Brings Hundreds To Civic Park In Walnut CreekHundreds of people gathered at a park in downtown Walnut Creek Saturday morning for the Women's March.
Deadly Counterfeit Opioid Pills Fooling Experts, Killing CaliforniansCalifornia leads the nation in opioid-related deaths, but the toll is growing by thousands of more deaths a year due to counterfeit painkillers.
Firefighters Investigated For Drunken Brawl With Walnut Creek PoliceTwo Bay Area firefighters are on administrative leave after a weekend charity event in Walnut Creek turned ugly when a drunken, early morning brawl broke out between the firefighters and police.
Police Release Photos Of Alleged Walnut Creek Wallet ThievesPolice in Walnut Creek are looking for two women allegedly responsible for several wallet thefts at downtown restaurants over the summer.
Off-Duty Contra Costa Firefighters Arrested In Scuffle With PoliceWalnut Creek police arrested two off-duty Contra Costa firefighters early Sunday after receiving a call of four drunken and belligerent people at a hotel.
2 Pedestrians Struck While Trying To Cross I-680 After CrashTwo people suffered life-threatening injuries when a car hit them as they tried to run across Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek Tuesday morning after a fender-bender.
Walnut Creek To Use National Guard Armory To House HomelessThe Bay Area homeless crisis is spreading from big cities to the suburbs, with the problem is becoming more urgent in Walnut Creek.
Concord Police Officer Helps Rescue Injured Red-Tailed HawkAn officer helped rescue an injured red-tailed hawk Thursday in Concord after a resident noticed the bird was unable to fly.
Redux Lounge In Walnut Creek Loses Liquor LicensePolice responded to more than 60 calls for fights, assaults, public drunkenness and disturbing the peace at the club from August 2014 to July 2016.
BART Paying $300K To Family Of Worker Killed In 2013BART has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a wrongful death suit brought by the family of a contractor who was struck and killed by a BART train in 2013, according to court documents the agency released Tuesday.
Suspect Arrested For Saturday-Morning Homicide In Walnut CreekOfficers arrested 24-year-old Larry Griffin, a resident of Bay Point, for the shooting death of Courtney Brown in Walnut Creek.