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Drivers headed west through Antioch and Pittsburg on Highway 4 late Friday and early Saturday morning should prepare for delays, or find alternate routes.
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As anticipated, the monarch butterflies have returned in good numbers to Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont for their annual winter fly-in, and lots of programs have been scheduled there for you to see the spectacle.
For 25 years, until his retirement earlier this school year, Ron "Mo" Molina was a teacher at Antioch High School.
After more than a quarter-century of serving sandwiches named after local historical landmarks and figures, a popular downtown restaurant may soon by serving its last trademark after-meal cookie.
Connor Hansen, of Brentwood, delivers cookies to Jake Valdez, of Fire Station 81, in Antioch, Calif., on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
Givans Taekwondo has been serving the youth and adults of Antioch for over 10 years and has expanded their program over that time Now, owner, and martial arts Master Instructor, Ed Givans, has expanded their programs, once again, to add after school homework assistance, as well.
Yvette Peters watches nephew and foster baby Angel Nash, 11 months, toddle playfully around the kitchen.
A Sacramento man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in San Francisco's Bayview District earlier this year was arrested in Antioch on Friday, police said.
Antioch Code Enforcement Officers conducted a property inspection at an 8-unit apartment building in the 200 block of West 3rd Street.
A 33-year-old woman who allegedly stole a car and crashed it Thursday was arrested after the car stalled, police said.
A film that tells the Nigerian immigrant experience in America through an East County lens will have its premiere Saturday at the Maya Cinemas in Pittsburg.
Actor Bobby Obodo, left, and director Michael Uadiale Jr., right, on the set of "Still Standing," an independent film premiering at Maya Cinemas in Pittsburg on Saturday.
BART will look at expanding to teenagers its youth fare discount, a move that would put the train system more in line with how other transit agencies charge young people.
In Orinda, anger, frustration and a sudden influx of stranded BART riders caused what some are calling 90 minutes of madness.