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Richmond police are investigating a shooting Wednesday that left a 37-year-old Emeryville man dead and more than 40 shell casings at the scene. Officers responded at about 12:25 p.m. Wednesday to an activation of its...

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Alameda County opened COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents 16 and up over the weekend. Alameda is the fourth Bay Area county to do so ahead of the state’s April 15 deadline joining Contra Costa,...

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Alameda and Santa Cruz counties joined San Mateo, Santa Clara and Marin by moving into the “orange” COVID-19 pandemic reopening tier on Tuesday. This allows cities in these counties to increase indoor capacities for already...

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As expected, Alameda County officials announced that our county will move from the current coronavirus reopening purple tier into the states less-restrictive red tier. This will allow for indoor dining for restaurants at 25% capacity,...

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Three people were displaced by a Saturday morning house fire in Emeryville according to local fire officials. The blaze was reported about 6:30 a.m. at 1054 47th Street. When firefighters arrived they found the home...

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A pedestrian who died after being struck by a vehicle a week ago on Grand Avenue in Oakland has been identified by the Alameda County coroner’s bureau as Wayne Sanders, 69, of Emeryville. Sanders died...

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Alameda County Public Health officials have put a temporarily “pause” on further business reopenings following an increase in the county’s COVID-19 case rate and the rise in Bay Area and statewide cases. Alameda County’s new...

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Alameda County advanced to a less-restrictive orange Covid tier of the state’s coronavirus pandemic reopening system Tuesday. This enables cities within the county like ours to expand the maximum capacity of activities like indoor dining...

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Alameda County issued a revised shelter order on Friday that allows a handful of business sectors to resume outdoor operations beginning Friday Aug. 28. These activities have been deemed to have a “low risk” of...

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EBMUD issued its second alert this week that potentially impacts Emeryville residents. The first being the water main breaks in Northern Emeryville on Thursday. On Saturday, they alerted the public to avoid the Oakland Estuary...

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Reports of multiple water main breaks have caused flooding in the streets of the Northern part of Emeryville and West Berkeley on Wednesday evening. According to Berkeleyside, about 300 households remain without water. EPD, EBMUD,...

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A new stretch of the Bay Trail enabling pedestrians and cyclists to more easily reach Richmond formally opened to the public on Saturday. The $18.9 million East Bay Regional Park District project added a new...

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Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern declared a state of emergency and ordered the implementation of a countywide curfew today. The order was in response to the national wave of protests that have broken out over...

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A panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal trial judge’s ruling by a 2-1 vote today. They court ruled in favor of developers of a planned Oakland terminal project over...

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Alameda County and six other Bay Area Counties have officially announced an extension of the regional COVID-19 shelter order through May 31. They also announced an easing of certain operating restrictions for businesses that operate...

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Alameda County Public Health Officer Dr. Erica Pan issued an order on Friday that requires the use of facial coverings when around the public. The City of Fremont announced an order on Thursday and other...

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A two-year-old child is among three gunshot wound victims from a vehicle shooting early Sunday evening. The shooting occurred near the I-580/Hwy-24 onramp at 35th & Market Street in West Oakland around 6:30 p.m. A...

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Amtrak’s daily California Zephyr service that begins and terminates in Emeryville will be temporarily suspended west of Denver. The result of an Amtrak employee testing positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus according to a press release...

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California Governor Gavin Newsom, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and an ensemble of city, state and federal officials held a joint press conference on Sunday. They briefed local news agencies on the joint preparations underway for...

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The idea of a Bay Bridge Bus-only lane is gaining momentum after an unanimous vote by AC Transit. The idea is still in its infancy though and would require cooperation from a multitude of agencies...

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Two convicted robbers were charged Friday for their roles in the death of a man who died after trying to get back his laptop computer, which was stolen Tuesday while he worked in a Starbucks...

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Emeryville City Councilmember Scott Donahue is taking legal steps against the City of Berkeley to delay the planned removal of his “Berkeley Big People” sculptures. The pair of sculptures are installed on the pedestrian bridge...

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Two people were arrested early Tuesday morning after leading California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed chase that started in San Francisco and ended in a collision in Emeryville, according to the CHP. ADVERTISEMENT The...

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Pedestrian Death Shuts down I-80 at Powell Street

September 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

A pedestrian was struck and killed early this morning on I-80 near the Powell on-ramp. The investigation by the California Highway Patrol closed the freeway for more than an hour while traffic was diverted to...

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