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1 hr ago | Examiner.com
Citing an ongoing investigation, the California Fair Political Practices Commission has refused to release any records pertaining to an investigation of the Alameda County Democratic Party Central Committee.
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5 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Al Grajeda, of the Livermore Police Department narcotics division, plays a slideshow as he talks to parents about methamphetamine, or crystal meth, during a drug awareness program hosted by Horizons Family Counseling and the LPD at Del Valle High School in Livermore, Calif., on Tuesday, April 8, 2013.
7 hrs ago | KTVU Oakland
People in a large section of the East Bay could soon face dramatic mandatory water cutbacks after the Zone 7 Water Agency Board voted unanimously Wednesday night to call for a 25 percent reduction in water supply to each of its four retailers.
Legislators said today they are killing a bill that would have required pharmaceutical companies to pay for the nation's first statewide drug take-back program in California.
Two campers on the Albany Bulb were arrested on April 10 for possession of illegal drugs.
Gold miners head for a showdown over the State's ban on mining. A five year old ban on gold mining will finally be heard by a San Bernardino judge who will decide if this is the end of 150 years of gold mining history in California.
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit's chief financial officer has been charged with four felony counts of grand theft for allegedly taking more than Lewis Clinton Jr., 57, was arraigned in Alameda County Superior Court in Hayward on Monday on the charges that he stole funds from Allen Temple Baptist Church.
San Leandro police and the Alameda County sheriff's bomb squad were able to recover two grenades found earlier this week at a garbage collection facility.
Each of the three candidates for the 15th Congressional District brought something different to the table during their first joint appearance Tuesday night.
Spring is here and the time has come for the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour on May 5. This is the 10th year for this free, award-winning tour, and it's interesting to note how in that time, native plant gardens have gone from a rare sight to an accepted garden choice.
A new comprehensive report on gentrification in Oakland and San Francisco received much attention last week from Bay Area news outlets.
During the first warm days of spring, when the flowers start blooming, bees begin to swarm, and this is a good thing.
With the Common Core initiative generating questions and controversy, a group of parents are holding a forum to present balanced views both for and against the Common Core Standards.
A 24-year-old man was arrested for sexual battery against a woman on Thursday morning near the MacArthur BART station in Oakland, police said.
Information provided by San Leandro Police Nixle Alerts - On Monday at 3:50pm, San Leandro Police Officers responded to Alameda County Industries, located at 610 Aladdin Ave. on a report of the discovery of two hand grenades by employees.
Fired Pacifica Executive Director, in an April 1 screen grab from a documentary filmed by the Labor Video Project.