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Man, 39, found dead in front of the Veterans Memorial Building in downtown Berkeley
Members involved with the homeless community are mourning the death of Kareah Mendoza, 39, who was found unresponsive in front of the Veterans’ Memorial Building on Thursday morning.
Fairfield Carjacking, Shooting: 2 Arrests Made
FAIRFIELD, CA — Police in Fairfield have arrested two suspects in connection with an attempted carjacking and shooting that occurred earlier this month. Isaiah Taylor, 18, and a 16-year-old juvenile, both fromFairfield, were arrested on suspicion of several crimes related to the incident, according
Two suspects arrested in fatal shooting of Suisun City man
Two men have been arrested in the Nov. 3 shooting death of Armani Harper-Reed, 21, of Suisun City.
Contra Costa Health Issues Statement Regarding Proposed Detention Facility at Concord Naval Weapons Station
As principle guardian of public health in Contra Costa County, charged with protecting all people who live here, Contra Costa Health Services condemns this dangerous, immoral proposal –not just the location of this facility, but its existence.
Homeless Man Charged With Hate Crime For Trying To Kill Asian Man
BERKELEY, CA — A homeless Hispanic man was charged Thursday with assault with a deadly weapon and a hate crime enhancement for alleging attacking an Asian-American man with a rock in downtown Berkeley on Tuesday morning, prosecutors and police said.
Concord Man Arrested in Martinez Chase Bank Robbery
On Thursday, June 21, at 12:20 pm, an employee from the Chase Bank located at 4021 Alhambra Avenue, called MPD Dispatch to report a robbery in progress. The employee told Dispatch that a male who was currently in the bank handed another bank employee a note demanding money indicating the incident wa
Former Bay Area base on short list for Trump immigration detention camps, report says
The U.S. Navy plans to house tens of thousands of immigrants on remote military bases in cities across three states — including one in the Bay Area,according to a copy of a draft memo obtained by Time.The proposal, under consideration for approval by the Secretary of the Navy, shows the Navy is prep
Police identify man who allegedly shot at Napa officers
A tragedy was averted Thursday evening when Napa police, confronted by an armed 28-year-old man who fired a gun at officers, were able to subdue him in Veterans Memorial Park with non-lethal bean bag projectiles without anyone being seriously hurt.
Get Ready For A New East Bay Area Code
But the CPUC said the price of a call will not change due to the overlay and customers can still dial just three digits to reach 911, as well as 211, 311, 411, 511, 611, 711, and 811.
Red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, released for North Bay and East Bay hills
The National Weather Service on Friday issued a red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, in the East Bay and North Bay hills as higher-than-normal temperatures are coupled with Diablo winds.
Former 5-star receiver who caught 50 passes as a freshman leaves Cal
California Golden Bears’ Demetris Robertson (8) reaches to catch a 56-yard touchdown pass against the Utah Utes during the fourth quarter of their game at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. Cal defeated Utah 28-23.
Jury begins deliberations in Fairfield teen's murder, attempted murder trial
FAIRFIELD — Jurors began deliberating the fate Thursday of a Fairfield teen who faces charges of murder and attempted murder.It was undisputed throughout the trial for Jesus Camarillo that he shot and killed Sulpicio Rios, 19, the night of Dec. 10, 2016, in the parking lot of the Village Shopping Ce
Jogger Critically Injured By Alleged DUI Driver
BERKELEY, CA — A 21-year-old University of California at Berkeley student is hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by an alleged drunk driver on Monday night, police said.
Vallejo Woman ID'd As Body Found Floating In Fairfield Creek
SOLANO COUNTY, CA — A body found floating last week in a creek near the railroad tracks in Fairfield was identified as that of 53-year-old Brenda Joy Hudson, of Vallejo, police said late Wednesday afternoon. At about 9 a.m. Thursday, June 14, a train passenger saw the body and reported it to police.
Fairfield Police Arrest Suspects After Driver Shot During Attempted Carjacking
On June 1, four people were sitting in a car on Wilson Street at Bell Avenue when two suspects tried to rob them, according to the Fairfield Police Department.
Traffic Alert: I-680 Blocked In Benicia By Metal Object
BENICIA, CA — With a metal object blocking lanes of northbound Interstate Highway 680 on the Benicia-Martinez bridge Thursday morning, a Sig-alert was put in place and may remain in effect all day, according to California Highway Patrol traffic logs. The obstruction — possibly part of the bridge — w
Gunman Fires At Napa Police Officers: PD
NAPA, CA — Police in Napa on Thursday arrested a man in connection with firing a gun at officers. On Thursday at 5:22 p.m., officers with the Napa Police Department responded to Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Napa on a call about a man having found a rifle in the park.
Financial Planning for Families with Special Needs Individuals - Benicia, CA Patch
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Police: Man arrested after shooting at Napa officers in Veterans Park
Officers responded to the scene after dispatchers received multiple calls beginning at about 5:20 p.m. from a person asking for two specific police officers, Chief Steve Potter said. Shortly after, the person called back again to report finding a gun at Veterans Park.
Video: Missing Walnut Creek man turns up at White House to “attack” President Trump, feds say
WASHINGTON D.C. — A Walnut Creek man who’d been reported missing two weeks ago was arrested Monday, after he jumped a security barrier at the White House, according to the Secret Service.