Walnut Creek's 81-Year-Old Palmer School Shuttering DoorsThe Palmer School for Boys and Girls, a Walnut Creek-based private school that has served students in Contra Costa County since 1939, has abruptly shut down.
San Leandro Hit Hard By Looters As Unrest Spreads Across East BayAlameda County authorities reported major looting at San Leandro's Bay Fair Mall and elsewhere Sunday night as civil unrest in the East Bay led city officials to order a curfew.
Road Construction To Shut Down Highway 4/Interstate 680 InterchangeThe Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Caltrans will conduct overnight highway and connector ramp closures in the state Highway 4/Interstate Highway 680 interchange starting Thursday night.
Dramatic Video: 2 Suspects Sought In Walnut Creek Parking Lot ShootingPolice in Walnut Creek are looking for two suspects connected to a shooting in a parking lot that injured two people Thursday evening.
Walnut Creek BART Station Reopens After Hours-Long Closure for 'Major Medical Emergency'BART's Walnut Creek station reopened and train service was fully restored in both directions after a "major medical emergency" earlier Saturday.
Moms in Senior Care Visit Families From Balcony at Walnut Creek FacilityA senior assisted-living home in Walnut Creek took a cue from the iconic balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet to allow families to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Coronavirus Update: Walnut Creek Approves Cuts In Face Of Pandemic Economic Shortfalls In response to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Walnut Creek City Council has approved $6.5 million in spending cuts and moved to use $3.6 million in reserve funds to close a projected $10 million budget gap for the fiscal year that ends June 30.
Suspected DUI Driver Plows Truck Into A House Near Walnut CreekThe driver of a pickup truck suspected of DUI, struck a parked vehicle and then plowed some 30 feet into a house near Walnut Creek.
Coronavirus Update: Walnut Creek's Lindsay Wildlife Raises Funds To Weather COVID-19It will be over the next few weeks and months that Dr. Carlos de la Rosa will see how much his community values the Lindsay Wildlife Experience. Less than a week into the nonprofit's "Love for Lindsay Wildlife" fundraising campaign, he's already heartened.
Walnut Creek Police Seeks To Acquire Drones For Law Enforcement ScenariosThe Walnut Creek City Council will hear a report Tuesday about the possible acquisition of drones by the city’s police department for use in a number of law enforcement scenarios.
Coronavirus Changed Life For Thousands Of Bay Area Horses And Their HumansEleven-year-old Rocky hasn’t seen his family since the lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus began, on March 17. That’s because he’s an off-track thoroughbred, aka 'Rockzig,' and one of the hundreds of thousands of horses whose humans and handlers are sheltering in place across the Bay Area.