Pleasanton Police Answer 'Emu-gency' Call, Corral Wandering Large Flightless BirdAuthorities in the East Bay said they fielded an unusual "emu-gency" call Friday when Pleasanton Police received a report of an emu on the front yard of a residence.
Bay Area Trump Supporters Keep Lower Profile As Election Is Too Close To CallIt was hard to get people to talk about the Presidential Election on Wednesday, especially Bay Area Republicans. Many of them are concerned about any repercussions for speaking out now that Joe Biden is gaining more ground.
'Trending In A Very Good Direction' - As Cases Rise Nationally, Bay Area Avoiding Spike In COVID-19 Infections So FarAs COVID-19 cases are spiking in some parts of the country, the Bay Area cities is doing better so far.
'Preposterous And Ridiculous' - Alameda County Blasts Oakland Proposal To House City's Homeless At Pleasanton FairgroundsA new proposal to move homeless people from the City of Oakland to the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton is drawing criticism from county leaders as well as Tri-Valley residents.
Man Convicted In 1984 Murder Of Tina Faelz In Pleasanton Confesses To Family After Years Of DenialsA man convicted of killing his 14-year-old Pleasanton classmate has written a confession letter to the girls' family - 36 years after her death. 
Tri-Valley Water Districts Tackle Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water WellsAt least 500 hundred drinking water wells that serve up to nine million Californians have potentially dangerous levels of a highly toxic family of chemicals and some of the worst are right here in the Bay Area.
Man's Decomposing Body Found Near Pleasanton TrailA man's body was found near a trail in Pleasanton and police Friday were determining the circumstances of his death.
150-Year-Old, Massive Eucalyptus Tree In Pleasanton Set To Be Cut DownA massive eucalyptus tree in Pleasanton, which some say may be the largest tree in the city, is set to be cut down Wednesday to the chagrin of some local residents.
Heat Wave Melts Away Business at Outdoor Restaurants in East BayThe first weeklong heat wave to hit the Bay Area since the pandemic forced restaurants to start outdoor dining was, in the East Bay, an unwelcome challenge to reopening.
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.