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5 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area
Luba Lusherobich, 77, was last seen wearing a dark shirt and dark pants walking on Bollinger Canyon Road near Marsh Drive, according to police.
9 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
A Walnut Creek police officer was arrested earlier this month on allegations that he donned a mask and attacked a woman with a bat while she was walking early in the morning.
9 hrs ago | Oakland Post
At a press conference on Aug. 26 at Sojourner Truth United Church in Richmond, Oakland Civil Rights Attorney Pamela Price and a panel of four - Registered Nurse Maria Sahagun, Dr. Otis E. Rounds, Dr. Humayun Tufail, and Rev.
13 hrs ago | San Francisco Magazine
While writing this morning's story about the Newark teacher who tweeted invective about her students , we ran into a conundrum.
A San Leandro woman was arrested for suspected prostitution today following the Moraga Police Department's investigation into possible illicit activities occurring at Wonderful Spa in Moraga.
The Napa earthquake hurt a lot of people and damaged many buildings and it also served a setback to the city's thriving music scene.
The Avoid the 25 anti-DUI task force is aggressively looking for impaired drivers on streets, roads and freeways throughout Contra Costa County.
Contra Costa County seeks poll workers, especially bilingual ones, in all areas of the county for the Nov. 4 general election.
Two beloved Orinda homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places -- the Moraga Adobe and the Frank Lloyd Wright Buehler House, both designed and built by the finest craftsmen of their time -- share a history of vital preservation.
A Danville middle schoolteacher has been charged with aggravated child pornography possession, the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office said Thursday.
A Danville middle school teacher has been arrested and charged with aggravated child pornography possession, the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office said Thursday.
On Tuesday August 26th, the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office filed criminal charges against Danville resident and middle school teacher Mitchell Wolf.
Dr. Vincent Malfitano, Owner and Operator of the Award Winning Assisted Living Community in Eastern Contra Costa County, has written a Four Part Series on the topic of the need for Assisted Living Car... The decision to help an aging adult move out of a current home is a complex one -- both emotionally and practically.
San Ramon police are continuing to search this morning for a missing woman who suffers from dementia and speaks little English, officials said.
Registration is now open for the fourth annual Walnut Creek Community Service Day, set for Saturday, Sept.
In a courtroom packed with doctors, nurses and patients from Doctors Medical Center, a U.S. District Court judge tentatively denied requests for an injunction Wednesday to keep the beleaguered San Pablo hospital open and restore its staffing and services to levels that existed before the emergency room was closed to ambulance traffic earlier this ... (more)
Moments after Michael Littman was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and two other felonies in the death of a neighbor with whom he feuded over a shared driveway, he was allowed to go free on bail, with conditions, by a Contra Costa judge.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 04:11 pm
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