Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Car In PachecoA man died Wednesday morning after being struck by a vehicle in the Pacheco area of unincorporated Contra Costa County, according to sheriff’s deputies.
All-Clear After Shell Martinez Refinery Incident Prompts Health AdvisoryAuthorities announced an "all-clear" after an incident at the Shell Refinery in Martinez early Friday morning prompted a health advisory.
East Bay Homeowners On The Hook For Costly Repairs To County Storm DrainsHomeowners in Contra Costa County were shocked to learn they are responsible for leaking sewage pipes under or near their property. The repairs can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Suspect Arrested After Being Fired On By Sheriff's DeputyJoey Carroll, 34, of Pittsburg, was arrested and booked Sunday morning into the Martinez Detention Facility on suspicion of numerous crimes.
Gunman Sought After Brazen Early Morning Heist At Pacheco CasinoA suspect who pulled off a brazen armed robbery at an East Bay casino early Monday morning remained at large, authorities said.
Two Brothers In Their 60s Die In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Contra Costa CountyTwo brothers have died in an apparent murder-suicide in Pacheco on Thursday, according to the Contra Costa County coroner's office and the sheriff's office.
7-Eleven Clerk Stabbed After Asking Customer To Leave Pacheco StoreA Pacheco 7-Eleven clerk was stabbed by a customer he asked to leave the store early Thursday morning, according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office.
Neighbors Of East Bay Cemetery Complain About Condition Of PlotsDisheartened neighbors of an East Bay cemetery showing its age say its the victim of neglect.
2 Arrested In Contra Costa County Illegal Fireworks BustAuthorities raided a pair of homes in Contra Costa County, finding hundreds of pounds of illegal fireworks.
Person Shot In Minivan On I-680 Freeway RampShortly after noon Thursday, California Highway Patrol officers came upon the scene of a person shot inside a minivan on the on-ramp to Interstate Highway 680 northbound from Pacheco Blvd.
Multiple Fire Hydrants Opened In Contra Costa CitiesMore than a dozen fire hydrants were opened in five Contra Costa County cities over roughly a two-hour period, and investigators are looking for the culprits, fire officials said Saturday.