Rainfall Brings Hope But Tri-Valley Remains In 'Extreme Drought' ConditionsWhile major storms to start the season are making a difference against the drought, some parts of the Bay Area continue to be under "extreme drought" conditions.
Livermore Updates Public on 20-Year Development OutlineWant to know what Livermore will look like by 2045? Consider getting involved in the city's General Plan update.
Livermore Couple's $86 Million Award In Monsanto Pesticide Case StandsCalifornia's highest court rejected on Wednesday a challenge by Monsanto Co.'s to $86.2 million in damages to an East Bay couple who developed cancer after spraying the company's Roundup weed-killer in their yards for three decades.
Woman Faces 15 Years In Prison For 2017 Fatal DUI In LivermoreA woman who was driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol when she lost control of her SUV killing two of her passengers pleaded no contest to second-degree murder charges.
Livermore High School Student Arrested For Making Threats; Security HeightenedSecurity was heightened Thursday at Livermore High School after a student was arrested for allegedly issuing threats to harm classmates, district officials said.
East Bay Open Space Near Carnegie SVRA Set To Become State Park In $31M DealAbout 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of open space in the San Francisco Bay Area could soon be preserved as a state park under a $31 million deal struck by Bay Area lawmakers and Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Hundreds Gather in Livermore to Honor Teen Killed in Car CrashOn Saturday night, hundreds from the Livermore community came together for a vigil at Livermore High School, honoring the teenager killed in a recent crash and to show support for the five others who all ended up in the hospital.
Driver Dies As Vehicle Careens Into Livermore's Pet Food Express A memorial of flowers grew Saturday afternoon outside the heavily-damaged Pet Food Express in Livermore as the investigation continued into a fatal crash that claimed the life of the driver.
Drought Emergency: Tri-Valley Water Agencies Ask For 2nd Cutback In 6 WeeksSix weeks after Tri-Valley water agencies asked residents to voluntarily cut their water consumption by 10 percent, they are now asking for a further voluntary cut of 15 percent.
Swalwell Helps Advance $20M In Funding For Valley Link Project To Connect BART With ACE TrainsRep. Eric Swalwell (D-Castro Valley) announced Monday the $20 million he requested to connect BART to the Altamont Corridor Express commuter train will be included in this year's house transportation spending bill.
Drought Emergency: Tri-Valley Water Agencies Urge 10% ConservationWater agencies covering Tri-Valley communities urged customers to voluntarily reduce water usage amid worsening drought conditions in the Bay Area.
COVID Schools: Livermore District To Offer Both In-Person & Virtual Learning Next School YearOfficials with the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District announced Tuesday that the East Bay district plans to offer students full in-person learning along with a virtual option in the upcoming 2021-22 school year.
2-Alarm Fire Guts Abandoned Livermore Business Building A 2-alarm fire ignited inside an abandoned business building in Livermore early Monday morning, erupting into flames and towering plume of smoke.
COVID Reopening: Bay Area Restaurants Prep For Weekend Outdoor Dining Crowds Despite Cold, Wet WeatherDespite cold and damp conditions, Bay Area restaurants anticipate a rush of diners this weekend seeking to enjoy outdoor dining for the first time since the COVID-19 stay-at-home order was lifted.
COVID: East Bay Restaurant Owners Angry Over Latest Stay-At Home Order Mull Protests - 'We Are Being Decimated'A group of East Bay restaurant owners upset over the latest shutdowns mull protests as the current stay-at-home order bans outdoor dining until early January.