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.
Livermore Man Gets 1-Year-Sentence For Online Threats Against Ohio State Football Coach, PlayersAn East Bay man who threatened to harm college football players at Ohio State University because they beat his favored team was sentenced by a federal judge.
Social Justice Sign Garden Sparks Conversation Along With Controversy In LivermoreOrganizers of a sign garden in Downtown Livermore say the intent was to create a conversation in the community about the Black Lives Matter movement and social justice in general.
Evacuation Warning Keeps Residents On Edge As Lightning Complex Fires Rage In SunolMonday night, CalFire consolidated the Marsh Fire with other fires burning in the area and renamed them the Lightning Complex Fires. Residents in Sunol were still under an evacuation warning.
Westbound I-580 Reopened In Livermore After Collision, Tractor-Trailer Fire ClearedCHP in Livermore have issued an all clear Thursday afternoon when lanes were reopened following a collision and tractor trailer fire blocked two westbound lanes of I-580 near Vasco Road.
2 Charged In Alleged $4 Million Gambling Scheme Involving Livermore Casino DealerHusband and wife Eric Nguyen and Khan "Tina" Tran were charged and arraigned in connection with an alleged theft from the 580 Casino in Livermore where Tran worked as a Baccarat dealer.
Livermore Reopens First Street To Help Businesses Hurt By COVID-19 Street ClosuresStreet closures in downtown Livermore were supposed to help businesses survive the pandemic but they ended up hurting many retailers. So, the city has decided to reopen First Street this weekend.
Police Investigating Suspicious Death Of Livermore Man Seek Help Identifying 4 People Of InterestInvestigators in Livermore are hoping information about four people caught on surveillance photos will help solve a suspicious death that happened last May.
All Lanes Reopen After Big-Rig Crash Snarls Eastbound Traffic Through Altamont PassAll eastbound lanes have reopened Monday afternoon hours after a big rig toppled over on I-580, dumping hundreds of pounds of grain across three lanes of the freeway.