UPDATE: 1 Dead, 6 Wounded in Saturday Evening Shooting at Oakland's Lake MerrittOne person was dead, six others wounded and two armed men arrested Saturday evening in a shooting near the shores of Oakland's Lake Merritt.
UPDATE: PG&E Restores Power To More Than 50,000 East Bay CustomersA massive power outage early Saturday evening disrupted electrical service to at least 50,000 customers in Alameda County, mostly in Union City and Newark.
West Nile Virus Found in Mosquitos in StocktonThe West Nile virus was detected in three separate samples of mosquitos found in Stockton on Friday, according to the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District.
Woman Wounded As Stray Bullets Riddle Oakland NeighborhoodAn exchange of gunfire riddled an East Oakland neighborhood Friday night including a stray bullet that ripped into home and wounded a 41-year-old woman, authorities said.
Family of Repo Agent Shot and Killed in Oakland Struggles to Carry OnA 43-year-old repossession agent from Auburn was killed Monday in Oakland while working on assignment.
Teen Arrested In San Pablo Apartment Fire; Fireworks SeizedFire investigators arrested a San Pablo teen and seized multiple fireworks in connection with an apartment fire that was sparked by a firework earlier this week.
San Leandro Appoints Retired Police Chief Susan Manheimer As Interim ChiefSan Leandro has appointed retired police chief Susan Manheimer to serve as its interim chief, city officials announced Thursday.
Shooting Kills Driver Of Vehicle In Walnut CreekA shooting appears to have killed the driver of a vehicle in Walnut Creek Thursday evening outside a Target store.
City of Antioch Formally Apologizes for Past Persecution of Chinese ImmigrantsThe City of Antioch faced its own history Thursday, acknowledging a dark chapter shared with the much of the country, but with specific horrors on the very site where the apology was issued.
San Pablo Police Search for Third Suspect in Armed Home Invasion RobberyA manhunt is underway Thursday for a possibly dangerous suspect in an armed home invasion in Contra Costa County over a month ago.
Oakland's Mills College Looks At Potential Merger With Northeastern University, May Confer Degrees AgainOakland's Mills College may reverse a decision earlier this year and confer degrees once again if it merges with another university, college officials announced Thursday in a letter to the community.
16-Year-Old Boy Killed In Horrific Knightsen Crash Wednesday IdentifiedA 16-year-old boy who died in a head-on crash in unincorporated Knightsen on Wednesday evening has been identified by the Contra Costa County coroner's office as Brentwood resident Matias Rogers.
Gov. Newsom Promotes COVID Relief for Small Businesses with Oakland VisitGovernor Gavin Newsom on Thursday visited small businesses in Oakland as he continued to promote the financial support the state has made available to business owners hit hard by the pandemic.
California Reopens: Downtown Walnut Creek Retailers, Restaurants In Dispute Over Future Of ParkletsCities across the Bay Area have looked for imaginative ways to help restaurants during the pandemic. But on one street in Walnut Creek, the effort has raised the ire of other businesses who say they’ve been pushed completely out of sight.
Heat Wave: Triple-Digit Temps, Full Reopening Brings Crowds To Concord Water ParkWith temperatures soaring into the 100s and COVID-19 capacity limits being lifted, an East Bay water park proved to be a popular destination in beating the heat on Wednesday.