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El Cerrito: Doughnut shop wins battle to halt relocation
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 22:15:40
A popular doughnut shop at El Cerrito Plaza shopping center has apparently won its battle for survival after loyal customers and a City Council member rallied to its support...
Train crash: Prius driver's harrowing escape
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 05:27:59
No one was injured when a Capitol Corridor train slammed into a Prius on Tuesday night in Union City, police said...
Endangered no more? U.S. takes most humpback whales off list
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 02:51:10
The U.S. government on Wednesday removed nine of the world's 14 humpback whale populations from federal endangered species lists, but the whales that migrate through Central California are not among them...
Strong emotions ignited over plan to reintroduce grizzly bear
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 02:06:15
Center for Biological Diversity wants state to study the idea of bringing grizzlies back to wilderness areas, but critics suggest it would be impractical and unsafe to reintroduce the 800-pound predator to the most populated state in the nation...
Logan High crash tragedy: 'This stretches farther than our school'
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 00:55:48
Classes resumed at James Logan High School on Tuesday morning, two days after a car crash killed two students and injured another, a tragedy that the team's football coach said 'stretches farther than our school.'..
Martinez: Suit against Pine Meadow housing foes dismissed
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 00:43:52
Judge rules that Friends of Pine Meadow leaders' criticisms against Martinez housing project were an exercise of free-speech rights..
Critics question Hiero Day music festival security over skylight fall
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 00:40:48
Attendees said dozens of Hiero Day attendees climbed walls to watch artists perform from atop dangerous rooftops. Near the end of the daylong festival, a 22-year-old woman fell through a second-story warehouse skylight...
Martinez girl has experimental cancer surgery
Source: | Sep 07, 2016 00:26:48
Rejected in May for a British program, Melody Massuk gets 'compassionate' treatment for brain tumor. The next month or so, her father said, should give clues as to whether it will help...
Teens' illicit party spot is locked up
Source: | Sep 06, 2016 23:25:28
Fed up with partying teens trashing Dinosaur Hill Park, the Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District plans to lock the parking lot at night...
ITT Tech to shut, Oakland, Concord campuses on list
Source: | Sep 06, 2016 22:26:40
Students, faculty and staff at the 130 ITT Technical Institute campuses across the United States, including two in the Bay Area and another dozen in California, got the distressing news on Tuesday that the embattled company was shutting down its netw..
Oakley: Death of boy, 14, on bicycle leaves void at schools
Source: | Sep 06, 2016 21:46:20
Kaleb Vancil, a 14-year-old eighth grader at Delta Vista Middle School in Oakley, died Sunday night after colliding with a car just two blocks from his Oakley home...
Port of Oakland 'shack' that feeds hungry truckers is forced to close
Source: | Sep 06, 2016 21:14:29
A small mini-mart catering to truck drivers and longshoremen at the Port of Oakland says it is being forced to close and its customers will have no choice but to go into West Oakland to search for food and supplies...
Danville: Coyote with mange dies after hit by car
Source: | Sep 06, 2016 20:26:24
An adult male coyote suffering from severe mange, seen recently in Danville, was struck and killed Monday, authorities said...
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