Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Now Available At The Alameda County FairgroundsNormally this time of year the Alameda County Fairgrounds is ramping up for opening day of the Alameda County Fair. Instead, it is now the site for drive-through COVID-19 testing.
Coronavirus Update: Small Businesses Owners Frustrated With California's Lack Of Reopening DateAs Governor Newsom continued to warn about the dangers reopening the state too soon, Bay Area business owners on Wednesday were left in limbo about when the shelter order might end.
2 Suspects Arrested In Stabbing Death Of Pleasanton 19-Year-OldTwo suspects have been arrested in the stabbing death of a 19-year-old man outside a Pleasanton hotel last week.
Southbound I-680 North Of Pleasanton Reopens After Tanker Truck ClearedA planned shut down of southbound I-680 Wednesday afternoon so crews could remove a tanker truck that went through a guardrail and off road after an early morning collision has been completed, according to authorities.
Coronavirus Update: Nutritionist Gives Tips Beating Shelter-In-Place Weight GainThe virus itself isn't the only health concern people are facing during the pandemic. Many are finding it a lot more difficult to keep up healthy eating habits in quarantine.
19-Year-Old Fatally Stabbed Outside Pleasanton Hotel IdentifiedA young man who was fatally stabbed in the parking lot of a Pleasanton hotel on Wednesday night was identified by police.
2 Die In Early Morning Pleasanton Big Rig-Car Collision; CHP Says Car Speeding At 100 MPHTwo Oakland men in a Lexus sedan traveling at approximately 100 miles per hour on Highway 680 in Pleasanton died early Friday when their vehicle collided with a big rig, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Man Fatally Stabbed Wednesday Night in Pleasanton Hotel Parking LotA male victim died following a stabbing Wednesday night in the Hyatt House hotel on Chabot Drive in Pleasanton, police said Thursday.
Fitness Clubs To Face Unique Challenges Once California Reopens For BusinessThe rules businesses will need to follow in order to reopen once coronavirus restrictions are lifted in California could be especially stringent for fitness clubs.
Pleasanton Teachers Parade In Students' Neighborhoods, Lift Spirits Amid PandemicPeople shut in their homes in Pleasanton were jolted by the sounds of honking horns and shouts reverberating through their streets Wednesday, coming from a rolling parade of teachers lifting spirits amid the coronavirus sheltering in place.
Pleasanton Teachers Parade In Students' Neighborhoods, Lift Spirits Amid Coronavirus PandemicPeople shut in their homes in Pleasanton were jolted by the sounds of honking horns and shouts reverberating through their streets Wednesday, coming from a rolling parade of teachers lifting spirits amid the coronavirus sheltering in place.
Coping With Coronavirus, A Bay Area Catholic Church Offers Drive-Up ConfessionsA Pleasanton pastor is keeping the sacrament of confession personal -- though decidedly not up-close. Penitents can see their priest from the comfort of their car in the parking lot outside St. Augustine Catholic Church every Saturday during the coronavirus lockdown.
Pleasanton CEO, Upset Over Stock Losses, Arrested In Alleged Attack On DeputyProminent architect Paul Powers, who told authorities he was upset about losing money in the stock market plunge, was arrested for allegedly attacking an Alameda County sheriff's deputy who stopped him in Pleasanton for erratic driving, a sheriff's spokesman said.
3 Suspects, Vehicle Sought In Armed Home Invasion Robbery In PleasantonPleasanton police are searching for three suspects connected to a home invasion robbery in Pleasanton early Sunday morning, as well as the driver of a vehicle that picked up the three suspects after the robbery.
Suspect Arrested After Wrong-Way 680 Pursuit In Pleasanton One person was in custody early Wednesday after a police pursuit that started on Pleasanton city streets and ended after the suspects allegedly went the wrong way on northbound Interstate Highway 680, triggering an accident, authorities said.