Flaring At Richmond Chevron Refinery Triggers Community AlertA massive column of fire and smoke erupted from a stack at Chevron's massive Richmond refinery Friday, triggering an alert to the local residents.
Driver Killed, Passenger Injured In Richmond Ambush ShootingA driver was shot dead and his passenger shot and wounded in an ambush attack in Richmond on Sunday, police said.
Richmond Installing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Near BART StationThe city of Richmond announced a partnership late last week with the company Volta Charging to place electric vehicle charging stations near the Richmond BART station parking garage at no taxpayer cost.
Family Of Richmond Teen Killed In Sacramento Cemetery Shooting Pleads For JusticeA killer who gunned down an 18-year-old Sacramento State student from Richmond in a South Sacramento cemetery last week is still on the loose
Richmond’s New Top Cop Makes History As First Woman To Head City's Police DepartmentPolice Chief Bisa French spent half her adult life working at the Richmond Police Department. Now, as the first woman to head the city's department, she says she is ready to take on the 24/7 job.
Eastbound Lanes Reopen After Fire Burning Along I-580 In Richmond ControlledA brush fire burning near I-580 in Richmond shut down the freeway in both directions for a time as area fire crews responded to the blaze, according to authorities.
Teen Killed In Sacramento Cemetery Shooting Identified As Richmond Native Zarrie AllenAn 18-year-old woman shot at a South Sacramento cemetery Monday evening has been identified as Richmond native Zarrie Allen.
Rep. DeSaulnier, Sens. Harris, Feinstein Push Bill To Expand Rosie The Riverter WW2 Park In RichmondLegislation that would expand the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond has been introduced in the House of Representatives and the U.S. Congress.
West Contra Costa Unified To Continue Online Learning When School Resumes In AugustThe West Contra Costa Unified School District will continue educating students exclusively online when classes resume Aug. 17 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oakland To Pay $147K In Settlement With Cyclist Arrested, Jailed For 'Bicycling While Black'Oakland City Council members approved a settlement Tuesday with Richmond resident Najari Smith, who was stopped by police in 2018 for allegedly playing music too loud from a trailer attached to a bicycle he was riding.
East Bay Police Departments Formulate Plan To Crack Down On Illegal FireworksWith the recent significant uptick in the sights and sounds of illegal fireworks across the Bay Area and the country, local police departments say they have received thousands of complaints over the last few months.