Alameda County Fair Makes Return In Fall After Pandemic HiatusAfter a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Alameda County Fair makes its return starting Friday.
'Our Pride And Joy' – Brandon Crawford's Incredible Season, Playoff Performance Wows Hometown Of PleasantonBrandon Crawford's gravity-defying, likely game-saving catch late in Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the Dodgers on Monday is one many Giants fans will never forget, particularly those in his hometown.
Drought Emergency: Pleasanton Likely To Declare Stage 2 Water Shortage, Mandate 15% CutsThe Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday will likely declare a local drought emergency, declare a stage 2 water shortage, and mandate that Pleasanton water customers reduce their water use by 15 percent.
Pleasanton Approves $6M Settlement With Family Of Jacob Bauer Over Deadly Confrontation With PoliceAn East Bay city agreed to pay nearly $6 million to settle a lawsuit with the family of a mentally ill man who died in 2018 after police restrained and repeatedly tasered him.
New Veterinary Surgery Center in Pleasanton to Open Next Year but Still Needs Help Meeting CostsThe Valley Humane Society announced it will open a new community veterinary surgery center in early 2022, but it still needs the public's help to meet the project's final cost.
UPDATE: Pleasanton Police Announce Body Found Matching Description of Missing Jogger Philip KreycikAuthorities announced Tuesday that a body matching the description of missing jogger Philip Kreycik was found in the Pleasanton park where he had disappeared on July 10.
Pleasanton Searchers Fail To Find Any Trace Of Missing Jogger Philip KreycikSearch teams focusing on the remote areas of Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park Saturday failed to find any new leads in the disappearance of Philip Kreycik, who went missing while jogging in the park on July 10.
Philip Kreycik's Family Holds Out Hope in 2nd Week of Search for Missing JoggerFriends and family of Philip Kreycik are holding out hope in the second week of searching for the missing runner from the East Bay.
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.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested After Terrorizing Pleasanton Neighborhood With Rifle FireA Pleasanton man was arrested late Friday night after he allegedly fired as many as 100 rounds from a rifle, leaving bullet holes in several nearby homes, authorities said.
COVID Reopening: 2021 Alameda County Fair To Proceed In OctoberBay Area residents will have to wait a little longer this year for cotton candy, rides, and animals because the 2021 Alameda County Fair has been rescheduled from June to October, fair officials said Thursday.
3 Taken To Hospital, Pleasanton Home Heavily Damaged In Early Morning FireThree people were sent to the hospital and a home was heavily damaged resulting from a fire that broke out in Pleasanton early Thursday morning.
COVID: Testing Demand Grows Before Thanksgiving As Bay Area Health Official Urges No Travel, GatheringsThe demand for COVID-19 testing is spiking less than a week away from Thanksgiving. Many people said they want to get tested before hopping on a flight and spending time with family, but a public health official urges people to delay gatherings instead.