Oakland Files for Injunction Barring County From Selling Coliseum to A'sAttorneys for the city of Oakland filed legal papers on Friday asking a judge to issue a preliminary injunction barring Alameda County from selling its half ownership of the 155-acre Coliseum complex to the Oakland A's baseball team for $85 million.
BART Rider Handcuffed, Cited For Eating Sandwich On Pleasant Hill Station PlatformAn incident involving a BART rider eating a sandwich on the train platform that ended with the passenger handcuffed and cited was captured in a viral video and is raising questions whether the BART police officer went too far.
Arrests Made In Massive Bay Area Fencing Operation Involving Nearly $1M In CellphonesLaw enforcement investigators have shut down a sprawling cellphone fencing ring operation that involved the theft of merchandise from delivery drivers across the state.
Endangered California Condor Being Treated For Lead Poisoning At Oakland ZooA giant endangered California condor is getting nursed back to health at the Oakland Zoo.
Suspect In Deadly Bay Area Rampage Sentenced For Nevada Deputy ShootingA 43-year-old suspect in three killings in the Bay Area last April has been sentenced to up to 40 years in prison for the attempted murder of a Nevada sheriff's deputy he shot before he was arrested near Lake Tahoe.
Suisun City Man Arrested After Standoff For Threatening His Estranged WifePolice in Suisun City arrested a man Thursday night after he allegedly violated a restraining order and threatened his wife with a knife.
Family Of Man Killed In Orinda Halloween Party Shooting To Sue AirbnbThe family of a man who was among five people killed in a Halloween party shooting at a house in Orinda is expected to file a lawsuit against short-term rental platform Airbnb and the homeowners.
City of Martinez Makes Progress Convincing Homeless to Accept HelpMartinez has received awards for its work to help the homeless and its efforts go beyond making arrests or moving encampments. The goal is to get people off the streets for good.
Artist Seeks to Delay Removal of Berkeley 'Big People' Sculptures Over I-80The attorney for the artist who created a pair of controversial sculptures on a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 80 in Berkeley said on Thursday that he's in discussions with the city to delay its plans to remove them.
Family Of Orinda Halloween Shooting Victim Calls Out Airbnb CEO Over TweetsLawyers representing the family of one of the victims in the Halloween mass shooting at an Airbnb party house in Orinda released a statement Thursday criticizing recent social media posts by the company's CEO.
Man Pulled From Path Of BART Train Grateful To His RescuerThe man at the center of a heart-stopping close call at the Coliseum BART station following the Oakland Raiders game on Sunday is speaking out.
1 Dead In Early Morning Head-On Crash On Pleasanton Sunol RoadAt least one lane of traffic is closed on Pleasanton Sunol Road in unincorporated Alameda County Thursday morning.
Alleged Teen Gunman Arrested; Drug Deal Triggered Fatal Antioch ShootingA 16-year-old has been arrested in an Antioch shooting during an "illegal drug transaction" that left a teenage girl dead and a teenage boy wounded, authorities said early Thursday.
BART Pony's Trainer Takes Her To Movies, RestaurantsA brown and white pony named Sweets was spotted riding a BART train Tuesday, causing curiosity and many double takes. Her trainer says she's even been to the restaurants and the movies.
Pittsburg 2nd Grade Teacher Builds Family With Classroom Remix Of Lizzo SongIt’s important for teachers to reach their students if they want them to learn. But at Pittsburg's Los Medanos Elementary, one teacher is reaching out to the world and it's making a world of difference.