Drivers Warned to Watch for Deer Crossing Pleasanton RoadsPolice are warning drivers in Pleasanton watch out for deer that can jump out into the middle of the road and cause serious damage to your car.
Find A New Four-Legged Friend At Pet Food Express Bay Area Pet Fair In PleasantonThousands of people came out to the Alameda County Fairgrounds for the Pet Food Express Bay Area Pet Fair on Saturday. Many were looking for a furry, four-legged friend to take home, and some of them found the perfect match.
Pleasanton Considers Allowing Taller Buildings Near Main StreetThe City of Pleasanton could soon open the door to new housing developments in the downtown area.
Heart Attack Victim Meets Life Guards Who Helped Save His LifeThere was a special reunion in the East Bay Thursday between the victim of a sudden cardiac arrest and the people who saved his life.
California Student IDs Now Feature Suicide Prevention HotlineStudents returning to school this year all across California will find something new on their ID cards: phone numbers to suicide prevention and counseling.
Fire Torches Synagogue In PleasantonAn overnight fire at a Pleasanton synagogue caused significant damage to the building and almost resulted in the arrest of the rabbi who was desperate to save the synagogue's scrolls.
Nighttime Brings No Relief From Sweltering Bay Area TemperaturesA heat advisory was in effect for the inland portions of the Bay Area this weekend. What makes this heat wave unique is that the Bay Area is not seeing a significant cool down in the evening hours.
BART Riders At Dublin-Pleasanton Say Multiple Trains Didn't Show Up During AM CommuteBART riders on the Dublin-Pleasanton line experienced major delays Wednesday morning after multiple trains did not show up.
Bay Area Women Soccer Players In Paraguay Use Fútbol To Uplift Entire CommunitiesYoung women from the Bay Area who have been spreading the gospel of soccer, education and empowerment to girls in poverty-stricken villages in South America are seeing the fruits of their labor multiply in unexpected ways.
Thoroughbred Trainers, Fans Respond To Anti-Horseracing Activists' Claims Of CrueltyA group of animal rights activists protested outside the Alameda County Fair most of the day calling for an end to horse racing, on Saturday. Inside, racing fans, trainers and professionals had a different view of the industry.
Pleasanton Man Gets 25 Years For Abusing Sexually Abusing Teen In BritainA Pleasanton man was sentenced in federal court in Oakland Tuesday to more than 25 years in prison for enticing a 14-year-old British girl online, traveling to the United Kingdom to meet her and sexually abusing her in 2014.
Pleasanton Fuel Spill Causes Ramp Closure, Traffic DelaysA fuel spill from a stalled big rig caused traffic delays on Interstate 680 in Pleasanton Thursday morning.
Extended Wet Season Could Push Back Harvest For Local VineyardsWith parts of the Bay Area sizzling for a second day, the arrival of summer temperatures after the extended wet weather in May made it feel like spring skipped the region.
Pleasanton Tech Company Aims To Cool Floating Data Centers With Bay WaterA Pleasanton company has an unusual idea to cool data storage machines that they say uses a fraction of the energy and cuts greenhouse gasses.
Mom Of Pleasanton Boy Hurt By Hit-And-Run Driver Near School Searches For CulpritThe parents of an 8th grade student at Harvest Park Middle School are looking for the driver of a minivan that they say hit their son on Friday May 3, and kept going.