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Shooting at Berkeley’s San Pablo Park sparks safety measures
BERKELEY — Southwest Berkeley’s San Pablo Park will have extended community center hours, active shooter drills, safety classes and an emergency plan in response to an August gun battle in open daylight.
Poor Bay Area Air Quality Closes Colleges, Universities
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA — Multiple colleges and universities around the Bay Area are closed today because of poor air quality resulting from the Camp Fire in Butte County. California State University East Bay, San Francisco State University, San Jose State University and Mills College in Oakland
East Bay chase leads to suspect arrest, recovery of drugs
Kennard Anderson, 61, was arrested on suspicion of felony evasion after apolice chase. Officers reportedly found marijuana and crack cocaine in hiscar. (Hercules police department)
‘They were fighting over beer’: Motive revealed in Richmond beating death
MARTINEZ — Two brothers accused of beating a man to death had been drinking in a Richmond park with him when he angrily demanded free beer, leading to a fight, according to police statements revealed this week.
Richmond police investigate hit-and-run at Esmond/24th
At 9:11 a.m., officers responded to a roll-over collision at 24th Street and Esmond Avenue, Richmond police Capt. Al Walle reported.
Richmond man arrested following pursuit
The incident unfolded in Hercules, when a police officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation, police said.
Video released, reward hiked in Oakland killing of father of four
OAKLAND - Chrystian Valdez Negrete, a married, hard-working father of four fatally shot Aug. 11 in East Oakland, was killed by a stray bullet fired at another man a gunman had just tried to rob, police said Thursday. The 36-year-old intended victim of the robbery was wounded in the shooting but surv
Masks are the new normal as poor air quality persists
Poor air quality has led to UC Berkeley cancelling a men's basketball game at the Haas Pavilion Thursday. A significant amount of smoke is polluting the Bay Area and face masks are in high demand. KTVU's Amber Lee reports.
Berkeley woman's home burglarized, vehicle stolen; homeless man arrested
BERKELEY - A homeless man is in city jail after his arrest on suspicion of multiple charges related to burglary and vehicle theft this week, authorities said. At 2:48 a.m. Wednesday, a woman in the 1000 block of Pardee Street woke to hear an unknown person in her residence, police said. When she wen
Major College Football Game At Risk Of Being Postponed Due To Weather
BERKELEY, CA - NOVEMBER 13: A general view taken from the hill overlooking the California Memorial Stadium during the Oregon Ducks game against the California Golden Bears at on November 13, 2010 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Smoke closes Vallejo schools, offices Friday
With the air quality in Vallejo predicted to worsen, Vallejo City Unified School District officials have decided to close all schools and district offices Friday, they announced.
Letter: Hazards on road add to hazards on sidewalks
For context, it is also worthwhile to point out that many people choose to ride bikes/scooters on sidewalks in violation of code, because laws intended to protect them on the road (such as the 3-foot passing law) are violated routinely (and with impunity) by motorists. In this way, one “scofflaw” be
Unhealthy Air In Benicia, Bay Area Expected Through Tuesday
BENICIA, CA — Winter Spare the Air Alerts will continue through next Tuesday in Benicia and throughout much of the Bay Area as a result of smoky conditions caused by the Camp Fire in Butte County, according to regional air quality officials.
Vallejo Man ID'd In Fatal Lakeville Highway Head-On Crash
NORTH BAY, CA — The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office has identified a driver who was killed in a head-on collision on Lakeville Highway on Wednesday as Galiano Crispieri, 29, of Vallejo.
Classes in session at UC Berkeley despite bad air quality
BERKELEY (KRON) - While many universities in the Bay Area have told their students to stay home because of bad air quality, UC Berkeley will have classes today. The school decided last night not to cancel classes like some other universities, saying the air quality is definitely not good, but not t
Fatal Head-On Crash; Public Masturbator; Brush Fire: Patch PM
NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:
Jonestown survivors lost only life they knew, built new ones
The 21-year-old Indiana native felt pride pioneering in the distant jungle of Guyana, South America. As a self-taught bulldozer operator, he worked alongside other Peoples Temple members in the humid heat, his blade carving roads and sites for wooden buildings with metal roofs. More than 900 people
After allegedly killing his lifelong friend, East Bay man survived a self-inflicted headshot. DA says it was all over $20,000 debt
MARTINEZ — On April 3, 2017, a manager with Alta Bates hospital arrived at an El Cerrito apartment complex. He was looking for Steve Gagnon, 50, an employee who hadn’t shown up for work and wasn’t picking up his phone.
Warriors suspend Draymond Green for Kevin Durant confrontation
OAKLAND - After Draymond Green lost his cool, even by his combustible standards, the Warriors silenced their outspoken forward the only way possible Tuesday night. They suspended him for one game as punishment for his heated argument with Kevin Durant, leaving the Warriors to confront public infight
Non-breathing premature baby revived by Oakland police officer
OAKLAND — An Oakland police officer is being credited with saving the life of a baby boy, who he found not breathing after being prematurely born to his homeless mother Tuesday afternoon inside her car, officials said Wednesday,