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A vehicle was destroyed by fire on the corner of Larkey Ln. & Mallard Dr. in Walnut Creek on Tuesday afternoon.
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6 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News
Long before technology's Next New Thing, the Bay Area gave rise to a different sort of entrepreneurial spirit, when ranchers, fishermen, miners and loggers tested their wits against Mother Nature.
9 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Inspired by her global culinary travels, executive chef Paramita Roy has unveiled Kanishka's, a Walnut Creek "neo-Indian" gastropub that fuses traditional small plates with the Bengali street food flavors of Roy's native Kolkata.
A 23-year-old man shot and killed Saturday night in North Richmond has been identified as Nelson Earl Hamilton III Hamilton, who went by Earl, was shot along with three others at about 10 p.m. in front of a home in the 1600 block of First Street, according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office.
Friends and school officials on Friday were mourning a Danville teenager who was killed in a tragic accident on Highway 24 Thursday.
There will be no new outdoor patio or remodeled golfers' grill at the city-owned Boundary Oak Golf Course clubhouse anytime soon.
Dancers Tina Kay Bohnstedt and David Fonnegra rehearse Act I from "Lady of the Camellias" with choreography by Val Caniparole at the Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, Calif.
We did it, guys - we finally made a machine that harnesses the power of Jesus. At least partially, anyway.
Beginning March 15, Food Truck Mafia -- one of the biggest players on the Bay Area's thriving food truck scene -- is bringing a weekly event to the marina from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.
Yes, we're looking at drought-induced water restrictions in the coming months despite the recent rain, and reality soon will place California home landscapes on a permanent water diet -- reducing liquid-loving lawns and moisture-gluttonous plants and instead bulking up on water-wise vegetation that's fit for the future.
A federal jury in San Francisco has found two individuals, one from Walnut Creek, and one company guilty of economic espionage, theft of trade secrets, bankruptcy fraud, tax evasion, and obstruction of justice for their roles in a long-running effort to obtain U.S. trade secrets for the benefit of companies controlled by the government of the ... (more)
Kristan Le remembers the long journey across the sea in a boat filled with people trying to survive their trip to the United States.