A 26-year-old man was arrested in connection with a shooting that injured three people early Monday in Antioch, police said.
The 2-alarm fire sent three to the hospital for smoke inhalation.
Con Fire Capt. Tracie Dutter said the fire, in the 800 block of B Street east of the old downtown area, was reported about 7 p.m. Saturday.
Police said that while officers were responding, several further reports of activated alarms came in, and the alarm company said surveillance cameras were being deactivated from inside the store.
A 41-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal shooting of his roommate in Antioch on Monday morning, police said.
An argument between roommates turned deadly in Antioch on Monday morning when one of the roommates shot the other, police said.
A shooting at an apartment complex in Antioch early Monday morning left one man dead and another injured, according to police.
President Chima Oluo will post his pre-recorded speech on the school's website for the 1,000 peers and their families to view.
Authorities said the person was then struck by a vehicle and killed.
The approximateley 400 members of the senior class of 2020 at Deer Valley High School in Antioch lined up in cars to pick up their graduation caps and gowns.
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In a special two-hour remote meeting Friday night, the Antioch City Council voted unanimously to remove Ken Turnage II from his seat on the city planning commission following his social media posting about "culling the herd" during the COVID-19 crisis.
The planning commissioner made controversial comments on his personal Facebook page.
While the novel coronavirus pandemic's deadly toll marches on, a sideshow scoreboard is counting up local politicians.
Ken Turnage endorsed the idea that the coronavirus pandemic will cull the herd or in other words cull the population.
An 11-year-old boy was crossing the street in Antioch when they were struck by a car and killed Thursday.
Parker’s family said they’ve received little information from police nor the school district so they came to the meeting demanding answers.
Police were called at 4:26 p.m. Sunday to James Donlon near Hummingbird Lane, in southwestern Antioch. Officers arrived to find the woman nearby, having been ejected from the crashed vehicle. Police said she was pronounced dead at the scene.
These complaints come at a time when California is facing a critical shortage of child care providers, who are also struggling to afford exorbitant rents and cost of living increases across the Bay Area.
Antioch police are investigating the motive for the shooting. No arrests have been announced.