Pleasanton Students Release Video on the Perils of Teen Opioid AddictionStudents from Foothill High School released a video this week with a strong message about opioids as the community tackles rising opioid abuse.
Hair Salon Owners Plan to Defy Alameda Co Shelter-In-PlaceA large group of salon owners across the state are planning to reopen on Aug. 17, whether they have permission or not.
Sunol Brush Fire Grows to 100 Acres; 30 Percent ContainedA brush fire near the Sunol Regional Wilderness park has burned 100 acres and was 30 percent contained as of 3:30 p.m. Saturday
More Than 7,000 Homes, Businesses Sweltering During Power Outage In PleasantonThousands of homes and businesses in Pleasanton were without power on one of the hottest days since the start of summer, on Tuesday afternoon.
Better Together: Join a Virtual Fun Run to Help Adults With Developmental DisabilitiesAn East Bay non-profit organization is raising money to help adults with developmental disabilities with a socially-distanced, virtual fun run.
Alameda County Heath Department Eases Stay-at-Home Order to Allow More Businesses to OpenAlameda County now allows outdoor restaurant dining, outdoor fitness classes, outdoor museums and indoor retail stores including malls to operate.
Cooped-Up Coronavirus Shelterers Clear Out Pet Shelter At Pleasanton Valley Humane SocietyThings can get a little lonely during three months of isolation from friends. So a lot of people are looking to adopt a friend - the four-legged kind.
Power Outage In Pleasanton Affects 3,200 CustomersA power outage in Pleasanton left at least 3,200 people without electricity Wednesday, according to Pacific Gas and Electric.
COVID-19 Safety Measures Are Essential Business When The AC Breaks During A PandemicFor the second day in a row, the heat is still on. A Pleasanton homeowner's air conditioning unit is all turned off, and that’s quite a predicament during this pandemic.
4 Juvenile Suspects Arrested In Fatal Stabbing Of Pleasanton Resident Jackson ButlerFour juvenile suspects were arrested Friday in the stabbing death of 19-year-old Jackson Butler of Pleasanton, including one suspect who had originally been arrested one month ago, according to police.
Bay Area Cafe Chain Specialty Gives Away Free Cookie Dough As FarewellThe Pleasanton-based chain Specialty's Cafe and Bakery closed its doors this week, but before the business bid its final farewell, it offered one last treat to its customers Thursday at its warehouse in Redwood City.
KPIX 5 Reporter Juliette Goodrich Gets Coronavirus Test In PleasantonThe Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton is the county's only site where residents don't need an appointment to get tested.
Coronavirus: Alameda County Fair Auction May Go Virtual But Young Livestock Farmers Take It Like ProsThe Alameda County Fair, the largest fair in the Bay Area, is the latest victim of COVID-19. But along with its cancellation comes questions about what will happen to all the farm animals that are normally auctioned off there.
Coronavirus Update: East Bay Grocer Charged With Nine Counts Of Price GougingA Pleasanton grocery store owner has been charged with nine misdemeanor counts of price gouging during the current coronavirus outbreak, prosecutors announced Thursday.
Coronavirus Update: Organizers Cancel Alameda County Fair Due To COVID-19Organizers of the Alameda County Fair announced Thursday that they were officially canceling the popular annual summer event for the first time in its 108 year history due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.