Biologists Raise Concerns About Invasive Mud Snail In East Bay CreekFour years ago, a tiny invasive species was discovered in an East Bay stream that could threaten all other animal life in the water.
Clayton Police Arrest Student Suspected Of Threatening Middle SchoolPolice in Clayton arrested a minor Tuesday morning on suspicion of criminal threats toward Diablo View Middle School and identity theft.
Marsh Fire Near Clayton 100 Percent ContainedFire officials said they expect by Saturday evening to completely contain the 247-acre Marsh Fire that started Wednesday south of Clayton.
Firefighters Continue Struggle To Contain Marsh FireEvacuations were still in effect early Thursday evening as crews made more progress on containment of the Marsh Fire in Contra Costa County.
Crews Gain Ground on Fast-Moving Brush Fire Near ClaytonFirefighters are starting to get an upper hand on a wildfire that started Wednesday afternoon and burned quickly south of Clayton.
Clayton Woman Spots Bobcat Eating Squirrel In BackyardImagine spotting a bobcat feasting on a squirrel in your backyard.
Pittsburg Woman Killed In High-Speed Police Chase That Started In ClaytonThe SUV traveled less than a half a mile when the driver allegedly lost control and the SUV went through a yard in the 4900 block of Myrtle Drive.
Police Chase Ends In Fatal Crash At Concord PreschoolA police chase ended in a deadly crash in front of a Montessori school in Concord Saturday afternoon.
Crews Scramble With Storm Repairs Before Rain ArrivesWith more rains on the way this week, officials in several Bay Area locations are trying to make some short-term emergency repairs before the storm arrives.
County Declares Emergency In Effort To Speed Fix To Mudslide DamageThe Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to declare a state of emergency in response to the massive mudslide that has closed Morgan Territory Road since Feb. 24.
Water Service Restored To Clayton Residents In Slide Neighborhood Frustrated residents along Clayton's Morgan Territory Road, who have been nearly isolated by a massive landslide, have received a mixed bag of good and bad news over the last 12 hours.