A 14-year-old basketball player’s life was saved over the weekend by an Automated external defibrillator (AED) after an apparent heart attack during halftime at a game. The medical device has become standard in all Walnut Creek facilities.
Walnut Creek is known as a safe city, but people who live there say there’s a stretch of road that is anything but safe. Now neighbors are taking matters into their own hands.
A CHP officer killed in the line of duty in Walnut Creek will be honored in the 2015 Rose Parade.
Thousands of runners are set to jumpstart their Thanksgiving holiday in downtown Walnut Creek Thursday with encouragement from friends, family, local leaders and East Bay Area rap legend MC Hammer.
A new social media has become a phenomenon among kids and teens, thanks to its ability for users to remain anonymous. But law enforcement and parents worry the anonymity of the Yik Yak app is leading to cyberbullying and threats of violence.
A 10-car injury crash blocked lanes of I-680 in Walnut Creek Wednesday afternoon.
A giant bottle rocket shot by a Boy Scouts troop in Walnut Creek may have earned them a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Police Sunday continued to investigate a Saturday night hit-and-run in Walnut Creek that left a pedestrian with life-threatening injuries
Thousands of gallons of water shot nearly 80 feet in the sky in downtown Walnut Creek early Thursday morning.
A coalition of high school parents in the East Bay said they were shocked and upset to find out Planned Parenthood was teaching sex education classes to their children.