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43 p.m., an accident with property damage was reported in the 20 block of Las Vegas Road. Public nuisance: A public nuisance was reported at 4:08 p.m. at El Camino Moraga and Moraga Way. Public nuisance: At 6:09 p.m., a public nuisance was reported
The long-anticipated redevelopment of Alameda Point, the opening of Target as an anchor store at the new Alameda Landing shopping center, and the effort to create the Jean Sweeney Open Space Park were among the achievements that Mayor Marie Gilmore
An Alameda County Superior Court judge has dismissed the wrongful termination lawsuit that former Interim City Manager Ann Marie Gallant filed against the city, ruling that the City Council acted within its authority when it opted not to renew her
Step into the building that houses the Bay Area Radio Museum and you might expect to find old-timers tinkering with wires and vacuum tubes as they bring vintage radios glowing to life. And you'd be right, except these days the men are just as busy
The commercial truck apparently veered off of the roadway at the intersection of Estates Avenue and Paloma Street and struck the pole, according to the CHP.
The Pleasanton police department is asking for the public's help in locating an at-risk 15-year-old boy missing since Sunday. The teen, identified as Raymond Wayne Thorstenson, left home after an argument around 3 p.m...According to police, he "
Gary Charlstrom surrendered shortly before 9 p.m., ending a standoff of more than six hours...The incident began at about 2:45 p.m. at 292 Via La Cumbre, where a woman said her husband was highly intoxicated and threatened her, said Central Marin
Berkeley police responded to the school at about 2:14 p.m. and found a man who appeared to be in his early 20s...They do not know if he had any connection to the high school. Anyone with information is asked to call the Berkeley Homicide Detail at
Tonight, "The Walking Dead" offered up "Inmates," a tremendous episode that finally filled us in on what's going on with the rest of our gutty little band of survivors. It's a handsomely crafted, well-executed hour packed with plenty of emotional
A 23-year-old Alameda woman will be sentenced to 25 years to life in prison next month for killing a man who got her hooked on methamphetamine while deep in the throes of addiction. Victoria Martinez's trial was in the early stages of jury selection