Woman Fatally Struck By Vehicle On I-680 In Walnut Creek Monday Night IdentifiedA woman fatally struck by a vehicle on Interstate Highway 680 in Walnut Creek late Monday night has been identified by the Contra Costa County coroner's office as 42-year-old Lafayette resident Rebecca Pulling.
Update: Walnut Creek Diners Confronted, Flag Burned, Buildings Vandalized During Weekend ProtestWalnut Creek police were working early Monday to identify suspects involved in a weekend downtown protest who vandalized buildings, burned a flag, blocked vehicles in the street and committed at least one assault using pepper spray.
Walnut Creek Police Activity Closes Streets Near Motel 6Police activity closed off streets near a Motel 6 in Walnut Creek midday Saturday.
Walnut Creek DMV Office Closing; Site May End Up As ApartmentsCalifornia’s Department of Motor Vehicles plans to close it field office in downtown Walnut Creek, forcing residents there to visit the DMV offices in Concord, Pleasanton or Pittsburg.
Walnut Creek Reelects 2 Of 3 Incumbents To City Council; CoCo County Incumbents LeadingIn Walnut Creek, where four of eight City Council candidates were drawn into the race in reaction to social justice issues, two of the three incumbents on the ballot will be re-elected, to be joined by a former city planning commissioner.
Election Tension: East Bay Businesses Prepare For Possible UnrestIn many places around the Bay Area, people are boarding up shops and preparing for the unknown in the wake of Tuesday's presidential election.
Bay Area Voters Line Up As More In-Person Polling Places OpenFor weeks now there has been an intense focus on mail-in ballots, drop boxes, signatures and ballot tracking. This weekend, the story is going to be in-person voting as polling places open across the Bay Area.
Protester Arrested In Walnut Creek After Occupants Of SUV TerrorizedOne man was arrested Friday night after police broke up a group of 20 to 25 protesters marching in downtown Walnut Creek that had surrounded an SUV, intimidating its occupants, authorities said.
Streets Reopened Following Gas Leak Capped Near Downtown Walnut CreekA gas leak disrupted traffic near downtown Walnut Creek Friday before being capped.
Fire Burns Home In Walnut CreekA fire was burning a home in a neighborhood in Walnut Creek Friday.
UPDATE: Window Washers Rescued After Getting Stuck On Walnut Creek High RiseTwo window washers on a high-rise in Walnut Creek had to be rescued by firefighters after a scaffolding accident Friday morning.
15 Percent Cap On Walnut Creek Restaurant Delivery Fees During COVID Pandemic ApprovedA cap of 15 percent for fees local restaurants pay online third-party ordering and delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic was approved Tuesday night by the Walnut Creek City Council.
Walnut Creek To Consider 15% Cap On Food Delivery Fees During COVID-19 PandemicThe Walnut Creek City Council on Tuesday will consider a cap on fees local restaurants pay online ordering and delivery service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walnut Creek Family Says Settlement In Miles Hall Case To Further Foundation WorkThe mother and father of the 23-year-old man shot and killed in June 2019 by Walnut Creek police responding to a call for help from his mother in handling a mental health-related episode said they plan to use money from a $4 million lawsuit settlement to fund the work of a foundation named for their son.
Walnut Creek Settles With Family of Police Shooting Victim Miles HallThe family of police-shooting victim Miles Hall and the city of Walnut Creek announced a $4 million settlement in their lawsuit.