East Bay Congressman Mark DeSaulnier held a town hall at Concord High School Thursday evening, updating his constituents about legislative actions and issues, including a new bill he has proposed that would put a temporary nationwide ban on e-cigarette sales.
12 suspicious fires near a residential area of Concord has neighbors on edge. Authorities say a potential serial arsonist has been active since September.
Notable changes to Concord's cannabis regulations, including allowing up to two adult-use retail storefront businesses and two locally-based adult-use delivery businesses, will be considered Tuesday night by the Concord City Council.
The city council will also consider increasing the number of cannabis testing labs allowed in the city.
KTVU reporter Sara Zendehnam has the story from Concord.
The investigation was reopened after people with new information about the killing contacted police.
Concord pastor and visiting Archbishop killed in Colusa County crash
A Catholic parish in the East Bay is mourning the loss of its pastor killed this week in a crash in Colusa County. Father Matthew Vellankal of St. Bonaventure in Concord died, along with Archbishop Dominic Jala of India.
They wait for the perfect sunset or the fog shrouded over San Francisco just right or a clear night sky, and then they go, cameras in hand, to spots around the Bay Area and beyond, to shoot the perfect photograph.
An East Bay woman who is facing deportation while undergoing life-saving medical treatment in Oakland, testified during an emergency hearing before a congressional subcommittee on Wednesday about how she and other families have been impacted by the Trump Administration’s decision to end medical deferred action.
Concord police say the suspect did not name which synagogue he planned to target and it does not appear he is part of a larger group. He pleaded not guilty to three felony charges in court on Monday. KTVU's Amber Lee reports.
A teacher at Concord's De La Salle High School is apologizing for using a racial slur in class. The mother of one of his students tells us it's time the school provided sensitivity training. KTVU's Paul Chambers reports.
For nearly eight decades. Don Long has been extremely thankful he survived the deadly attack on Pearl Harbor. "I'm one damn lucky kid. The guys that were on the other aircrafts in the water. They didn't survive," says Long.
Concord city officials said there will be no immigration detention facilities established at the former Concord Naval Weapons Station, according to the U.S Department of Homeland Security.
Contra Costa Supervisor John Gioa said Tuesday night that he received late word that no sites in California will be considered as a migrant detention center, including the naval weapons base in Concord.
The Concord City Council has scheduled a special meeting to discuss news reports that the U.S. Navy may be planning to place a detention facility for up to 47,000 immigrant detainees at the former Naval Weapons Station.
A Concord naval facility closed in 2008. According to a draft memo obtained by Time Magazine, the Navy could decide to house tens of thousands of migrants here behind its fences.
A Concord high school student was accused of hacking into a Mt. Diablo School District's computers to change his grades and has now been arrested.
Demolition work is underway on Thursday to tear down what's left of an apartment building under construction in Concord. The building caught fire early Tuesday morning, forcing nearby businesses to close and more than 250 people who live nearby to evacuate.
The Sacramento Sheriff's Department confirmed that human remains found in the Delta are not those of a Concord man missing for almost a month. Debora Villalon reports.