UPDATE: Resident, Dog Killed In Early Morning House Fire In LivermoreA fire swept throug a house in Livermore Friday morning and claimed the lives of a resident and a pet dog, fire officials said.
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 Suspects Arrested In Livermore Fatal Shooting; Believed To Be Gang-RelatedTwo suspects were arrested over the weekend in connection with the shooting death of a 24-year-old man at a Motel 6 in Livermore, police said Monday.
Livermore Planning Commissioner Gets Second Chance After Insensitive RemarksThe Livermore City Council decided not to boot John Stein from the city's planning commission Monday over remarks he gave last month that many found to be racist and classist.
Livermore City Official Under Fire For 'Ghetto' Remark About Low-Income Housing ProjectThe Livermore City Council will consider expelling John Stein from the city's planning commission, after the former council member referred to a planned downtown low-income housing project as "ghetto" at the commission's April 20 meeting.
Woman's Body Found In Livermore CreekThe California Highway Patrol received a report Monday afternoon of a possible dead person in Arroyo Las Positas, a creek on state property near Livermore, a CHP spokesman said.
Three Injured In Chain Reaction Crash On SR 84 In Livermore Three people were injured Saturday night in a chain reaction crash on Route 84 near Vallecitos Road on Saturday evening.
COVID-19: Livermore Students Return To Classrooms; State Health Officials Adopt CDC's 3-Foot Distancing RuleStudents returned to Livermore classrooms Monday for the first time since they were sent home a year ago when the COVID-19 pandemic tightened its deadly grip on the San Francisco Bay Area.
Opponents Of Livermore Solar Power Project Threaten LawsuitOpponents of a solar project in the North Livermore Valley are ready to sue if the county approves the project Thursday morning.
UPDATE: Small Plane Lost Power Before Crashing Into Car On I-580 Overpass In LivermoreThe pilot and passenger of a small, single-engine plane were relieved to be unharmed Tuesday night after hitting a car as they made an emergency landing on a freeway overpass near the Livermore Municipal Airport.
East Bay Restaurants Band Together to Boost Business Amid PandemicIn the Tri Valley, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the restaurant industry to come up with new ways to drum up business. The result: Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week, an effort to help businesses survive.
Livermore Cites Bike Repairman for Working Out of His Garage; Orders Business To Be Shut DownMany people across the Bay Area are working from home during the pandemic, but one Livermore man says trying to work out of his garage got him in trouble with the city.
Livermore Parents, Teachers Spar Over Reopening ClassroomsIn Livermore some parents don't want to wait for their kids to return to classrooms but, as Juliette Goodrich reports, teachers are demanding to be vaccinated first.
Beloved Campo Di Bocce Restaurant In Livermore Closes Its Doors After 15 Years Due To COVID ShutdownThe pandemic has claimed another beloved business forced to close its doors. Campo Di Bocce Restaurant and Bar was the anchor at the Livermore Shopping Plaza and a staple in the community for 15 years.
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.