Prosecutors Charge Fourth Dublin Prison Worker With Sex AbuseFederal prosecutors charged a fourth worker at a federal women's prison in Dublin Tuesday with sexually abusing an inmate.
Enrollment Up At Hayward Trucking School As Driver Shortage Fuels Better PayAs the world's supply chain struggles drag on, more attention is being focused on a years-long shortage of truck drivers. That demand is driving up paychecks for first-time drivers.
Hayward Students Return to Class After Week of Remote Learning Due to COVIDAfter a week of remote learning due to COVID concerns, the Hayward Unified School District resumed in-person instruction on Tuesday.
Locals Gather Supplies to Send to Tonga After Massive EruptionOne Bay Area shipping company is accepting donations to send to the South Pacific island of Tonga after a massive underwater volcano erupted over the weekend.
COVID: Testing In Contra Costa County Nearly Double Pandemic Peak During Omicron SurgeContra Costa County is testing almost twice as many people for COVID-19 than any other time during the pandemic, county health services director Anna Roth told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
East Bay Rep. Jerry McNerney Latest Not To Seek Re-Election To Congress In 2022East Bay Rep. Jerry McNerney announced Tuesday that he is not seeking-re-election in 2022, joining more than two dozen Democrats who plan to leave Congress after the midterm elections.
CoCo County Supervisors Ban Gas For New Construction ProjectsThe Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance Tuesday that bans natural gas from being used to power new homes and buildings in unincorporated areas of the county.
UPDATE: Oakland Unified Faces Latest Protests Over Omicron Safety ConcernsThe Oakland Unified saw another day of protest Monday as a number of students and teachers skipped school to call for improved COVID safety measures.
Caltrans Predicts Highway 37 To Be Permanently Flooded by Mid-Century; Seeks Solutions For Vital CorridorWith San Francisco Bay Area sea levels expected to rise two to five feet by the end of the century, it's predicted that most of state Route 37 will likely become permanently inundated by the mid-century or as soon as 2040, according to the California Department of Transportation, thus cutting off a major regional transportation route.
California Prosecutors File Felony Charges Against Tesla Autopilot Driver California prosecutors recently made history when they filed two counts of vehicular manslaughter against the driver of a Tesla who ran a red light, slammed into another car and killed two people while driving on autopilot in 2019.
San Pablo Eyes New Eviction Protections as COVID Cases SurgeThe San Pablo City Council will decide Tuesday whether to create a new urgency ordinance aimed at stopping no-fault evictions, as rising COVID-19 numbers cause increased hardship to city renters.
Jewelry Thieves Trick Victims In Union City With Bait-and-Switch Technique Used In Similar RobberiesUnion City Police are seeking two suspects who they say are engaging in a bait-and-switch where they place costume jewelry on their victims and then steal the person's real valuables.
French Bulldog Stolen at Gunpoint In Castro Valley; Thieves Return Later To Steal CarAuthorities in the East Bay are investigating the armed robbery of two women in Castro Valley Saturday where suspects stole a purse, housekeys and a pet French Bulldog and later taking the victim's car from her home.
Oakland Students Plan Boycott Over Omicron Safety ConcernsHundreds of students in the Oakland Unified School District were ready to boycott classes on Tuesday. Organizers say their demands to safely return students to school amid the Omicron surge haven’t been met.
French Bulldog Stolen At Gunpoint In Oakland Reunited With OwnerThe owner of a French bulldog named "Dezzie" that was stolen at gunpoint on Park View Terrace and Montecito Avenue Thursday night posted on social media that her pet is safe at home.