Alameda County Reopening: 'Social Bubbles' Allowed; Outdoor Dining, Religious Services Still RestrictedStarting Monday, Alameda County residents can gather in “social bubbles,” and childcare providers and some businesses can resume operations under certain conditions, health officials announced this week.
AC Transit Ending Service At 7:30 PM This Week Amid Unrest, CurfewsThe Alameda-Contra Costa Transit will be ending bus service at 7:30 p.m. every day through Friday this week.
UPDATE: Alameda County Sheriff Issues Curfew For Entire County; More Cities Issue OrdersFollowing a weekend of protests, rioting and looting across the Bay Area and the country, Alameda County on Monday became the latest local government to issue a curfew for its residents.
One Dead, One Injured After Car Plunges 400 Feet Off Road In Chabot Regional ParkOne person was killed and another seriously injured Saturday morning when a car plunged about 400 feet off of Redwood Road near Castro Valley and Upper San Leandro Reservoir, the Alameda County Fire Department said.
Citing Rise In COVID-19 Cases, Alameda County Officials Leave Current Health Order In PlaceHealth officials in Alameda County on Friday confirmed that they would not be easing the current coronavirus shelter order as much of California progressed towards Stage 3 reopening, citing a recent spike in COVID-19 cases.
Oakland Bishop: Return To Normal Worship Will Take 'Quite Some Time'The leader of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland has told pastors and parishioners that reopening churches for worship will be approached in a deliberative manner and that it "will be quite some time" before returning to familiar ways of worship.
Tesla Drops Lawsuit Against Alameda County Over COVID-19 Shutdown OrderElectric automaker Tesla has dropped its lawsuit against Alameda County over the shelter in place order that shuttered its factory in Fremont.
KPIX 5 Reporter Juliette Goodrich Gets Coronavirus Test In PleasantonThe Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton is the county's only site where residents don't need an appointment to get tested.
Bay Area Churches Eager To Reopen Making Changes To Keep Worshipers Safe From COVID-19So far, the coronavirus shelter-in-place struggle between churches and the state has only produced a lot of heat. But some church leaders are now beginning to add a little light into the discussion about when they may reopen.
Vocal Anti-Lockdown Protesters Call on Livermore Mayor to Reopen CityAnti-lockdown protests have been sprouting up across the country and California in recent weeks. On Saturday that protest movement came to Livermore.
Resentment Builds When COVID-19 Reopening Rules Apply To Some Businesses, But Not OthersWhen the COVID-19 shutdown began, we were “all in this together,” but as some businesses like Tesla are allowed to reopen, there is growing resentment among those that can’t.
Tesla's Defiance To Alameda County Health Order Raises Questions Of FairnessElon Musk's move to reopen the Tesla plant in defiance of Alameda County’s health order doesn’t just raise safety concerns; it also raises questions about fairness to other businesses.
Coronavirus Update: Alameda County Adds 4 New COVID-19 Testing SitesAlameda County on Monday announced the addition of four new COVID-19 coronavirus testing sites around the county.
Suspect Arrested 7 Times In Alameda County During Coronavirus Shelter Order Has Bail Set At $200KThe Alameda County Sheriff's Office leveled some pointed criticism of the state's current zero bail policy in a social media post Monday, announcing that a suspect who had been arrested a record seven times during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order now had his bail set at $200,000 after his latest crime.
Southbound I-680 North Of Pleasanton Reopens After Tanker Truck ClearedA planned shut down of southbound I-680 Wednesday afternoon so crews could remove a tanker truck that went through a guardrail and off road after an early morning collision has been completed, according to authorities.