Social media accounts linked to the search for 37-year-old Philip Kreycik said there were cries for help in a canyon in Sunol overnight.
Philip Kreycik, 37, has not been found after four days of exhaustive searching. Authorities say they are scaling back into a "limited objective" mode.
Philip Kreycik, 37, went missing Saturday in the Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, between Pleasanton and Hayward. Three days of searching has turned up no sign of him.
Philip Kreycik, 37, went out for a run at Moller Ranch Saturday morning, but when he didn't return his wife grew worried.
An extensive search is underway on Sunday in Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, where authorities are looking for a man who didn't return from a run Saturday in the hills.
The driver of a Jeep made a lane change early Monday morning, causing the driver of a big rig tractor to swerve and hit a wall next to the BART tracks in Pleasanton, according to authorities.
A vegetation fire has spread to 35 acres near the Callippe Preserve south of Pleasanton, Cal Fire says.
Police were unable to locate anyone involved in a shooting Tuesday afternoon outside the Stoneridge Shopping Center in Pleasanton.
The Pleasanton Unified School District is welcoming back all students – including middle and high schoolers – back to campus.
Rose Bauer is heartbroken over her son's death. She still has not viewed the videos that were released by an attorney for the family.
Pleasanton police are investigating a late night vehicle to vehicle shooting that wounded an Oakland man and a Richmond woman, both 18-years-old.
On Tuesday, there is a growing call for teachers including early childcare educators to be near the top of the COVID-19 vaccine priority list. Many said vaccinating teachers is critical.
Police say the emu is in safe hands, and they're hoping to find its rightful owner soon.
Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley, whose district includes the fairgrounds, calls the idea “ridiculous.”
Sydney West, also known as Syd, was a student at UC Berkeley, last seen on Sept. 30 at Crissy Field near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Catherine Breed says her desire to complete the journey has a lot to do with spreading awareness about diversity in aquatics.
It's not just how long they've been doing it that's unusual, it's what they're growing.
Ann Rubin reports.
The group gathers at the intersection of Valley & Bernal Avenues in Pleasanton next to the Alameda County Fairgrounds.
Cristina Rendon reports.