Drought Emergency: Dry Conditions Sending Wildlife Into East Bay NeighborhoodsFrom turkeys strolling along streets, to wild pigs appearing on surveillance video digging up yards, bone dry conditions in the hills has sent thirsty wildlife into neighborhoods, particularly in the East Bay.
UPDATE: San Ramon Police Arrest Murder Suspect After Local Resident Spots HimPolice in San Ramon have located and arrested a homicide suspect Tuesday evening after the suspect was spotted by an alert citizen, according to authorities.
COVID: Chevron Reportedly Latest To Postpone Returning To Office Plans Amid Delta VariantChevron announced Friday that has postponed its return to office plan for employees, the latest Bay Area company to change their plans amid rising COVID-19 cases.
Drought Emergency: Tri-Valley Water Agencies Ask For 2nd Cutback In 6 WeeksSix weeks after Tri-Valley water agencies asked residents to voluntarily cut their water consumption by 10 percent, they are now asking for a further voluntary cut of 15 percent.
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.
San Ramon Police Officer Injured During Traffic Stop, Man Arrested Following ChaseA man is facing multiple charges after allegedly striking a San Ramon police officer with his vehicle during a traffic stop and leading police on a chase Tuesday morning.
Fleeing Suspect Forces Temporary Shutdown Of I-680 Near San RamonTraffic was temporarily shutdown on I-680 Tuesday morning after a suspect trying to evade arrest, slammed into a police vehicle, raced onto the highway and then abandoned their damaged vehicle and attempted to escape on foot, authorities said.
Police: Rash Of Home Burglaries In San Ramon, Dublin May Be ConnectedA recent rash of home burglaries in the San Ramon and Dublin areas has some residents on edge.
East Bay Homeowners Face Deadline To Clear Dead Vegetation Before Fire SeasonIn the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, residents are required to clear out overgrown vegetation and dead trees by May 31.