COVID Update: 3 East Bay Counties See Significant Surge in Cases From Delta VariantThree East Bay counties are currently seeing COVID case numbers that would put them back in the Purple Tier if California was still using that color-coded system.
UPDATE: Search For Missing Jogger Phillip Kreycik in Pleasanton Hills Entering Critical StageA massive search and rescue mission continued in the East Bay Tuesday as over 200 volunteers helped authorities look for a man who never returned home from a weekend run at Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park.
COVID-19: Coronavirus Cases More Than Double in Alameda County Over Past MonthHealth officials in Alameda County on Thursday announced that the region's COVID-19 cases have more than doubled since early June lows, particularly in communities where vaccination rates are lower.
Sales Tax Rates Rise Up To 10.75% In Alameda County; Highest In CaliforniaAs of Thursday, sales tax rates in Alameda County have gone up, pushing them to the highest in the state. While the money is now getting collected, a taxpayers' group is still fighting to stop it
East Bay Social Worker's Generosity Bring Smiles to Those in NeedThis week's Jefferson Award winner has worked in Alameda County social services for more than 30 years, but she goes above and beyond to bring smiles to the families who receive county assistance in their greatest time of need.
COVID Vaccines: Alameda County Reaches 2 Million Doses, Nearly 80% With 1 ShotHealth officials in Alameda County reached another milestone in the COVID-19 vaccination effort Friday, saying that two million doses have been administered to county residents.
COVID Reopening: Alameda, Napa Counties Move To Yellow Tier In Final Week Before State Fully OpensAlameda and Napa counties moved into the least restrictive Yellow Tier under the state's reopening plan Tuesday, in the final set of tier assignments before the state fully reopens.
EBMUD To Meet On Proposed Water, Sewer Rate Hikes Set For JulyThe East Bay Municipal Utility District is holding a public hearing Tuesday on a proposed 8 percent rate increase for tap water and wastewater over the next two years.
Veteran Alameda County DA 'Dismayed' Over Federal Judge's Assault Weapons Ban DecisionVeteran District Attorney Nancy O'Malley, who is wrapping up her 37-year career as a prosecutor, lashed out Monday at a federal judge's decision to strike down California's ban on assault weapons.
Alameda Co. Links To Zonehaven Wildfire Evacuation System To Save Precious Time And LivesOn June 15, Alameda will be the latest Bay Area county to officially connect to a new wildfire evacuation system called Zonehaven. That’s particularly good news to the city of Berkeley which has a long history of wildfire disasters.
AC Transit Latest To Relax Social Distancing Requirements, Expand Capacity On BusesAC Transit will become the latest Bay Area transit agency to relax social distancing requirements, in the wake of declining COVID-19 cases and high vaccination rates in East Bay counties.
Hayward Couple Resists Demand to Clean Up Trash at Homeless Man's Camp Near Their PropertyA Hayward couple are racking up fines and have been ordered to clean up a homeless man's camp on their property. They say that's not their responsibility.
EBMUD Seeks To Increase Water, Sewer Rates By 4% Annually In New BudgetOfficials with the East Bay Municipal Utility District announced Monday that the agency is seeking to raise water and wastewater rates starting in July.
Hayward Couple Told to Clean Up Trash Left at Homeless Camp Near PropertyA couple living in Hayward claims the city wants them to clean up a mess near their property that they say shouldn't be their responsibility.
COVID: Oakland Coliseum Vaccination Site Set to Close May 23Alameda County officials and the state Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) announced Wednesday that the Oakland Coliseum mega vaccination site will be closing later this month.