Stolen Cellphone Helps Police Track Berkeley SUV Theft Suspects To Pleasanton, OaklandA stolen cellphone helped police track, identify and arrest two suspects Saturday and recover a stolen SUV and other property, Berkeley police said.
Westbound Lanes of I-580 in Pleasanton Reopen Following Police ActivityAuthorities in the East Bay on Monday afternoon confirmed police activity led to the closure of two westbound lanes of I-580 in Pleasanton for 45 minutes.
Union Pacific Train Strikes Car In PleasantonA train struck a car in Pleasanton Monday afternoon, but fortunately no one was hurt.
Pleasanton Police Investigate Shots Fired in Stoneridge Mall Parking LotPolice in Pleasanton on Tuesday afternoon investigated shots fired in a parking lot at the Stoneridge Shopping Center.
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.
Christesen's Western Wear in Pleasanton to Close Doors After 92 Years in BusinessAn iconic retail store that has been a fixture in downtown Pleasanton for decades, Christesen's Western Wear recently announced it is going out of business.
Pleasanton City Council Enacts Campaign Spending, Contribution LimitsThe Pleasanton City Council voted Tuesday to cap contributions to election campaigns at $1,000 per individual and business, while limiting spending to $30,000 for mayoral campaigns and $24,000 per council seat.
Pleasanton Grocery Store Owner Pleads Guilty To Price Gouging During State of EmergencyThe owner of Apna Bazar grocery store in Pleasanton pleaded guilty to two counts of price gouging for violating the governor's state emergency declaration related to the COVID pandemic.
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.
Update: Pleasanton Teacher Elizabeth Correia, Mother Identified As Victims In Bodega Bay Cliff PlungeA Pleasanton elementary school teacher and her mother were identified Monday as the victims killed when their SUV plunged over a scenic Pacific Ocean overlook near Bodega Bay and crashed about 100 feet below onto a rock-strewn beach.
Pleasanton City Council Taking Steps Towards Building New Skate ParkThe Pleasanton City Council took its first steps Tuesday to possibly build a new skate park or expand the current facility at Ken Mercer Sports Park.
COVID Reopening: Alameda County Residents Enjoy Friday Night Indoor DiningA buzz returned to restaurants and downtown streets across Alameda County Friday night as diners enjoyed an indoor meal for the first time in several months.
COVID: Pleasanton School District Welcomes All Levels Of Students Back to ClassroomsBay Area schools are eagerly pushing ahead with COVID reopening plans Thursday, with the Pleasanton Unified School District becoming the first in Alameda County to have all grade levels back in classrooms.
Pleasanton School District To Become 1st In Alameda County To Reopen Middle, High SchoolsPublic schools in Pleasanton on Thursday will become the first in Alameda County to open middle and high schools for in-person instruction.