A danger to public safety? Or a First Amendment exercise? That's the issue city leaders in Lafayette will discuss on Monday night when it comes to a protest on a busy overpass.
Demonstrators gathered on a freeway overpass in Lafayette Friday afternoon but their days there may be numbered.
On the council's agenda for its meeting Monday is a resolution asking Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol to enforce its own law when it comes to a group of regular demonstrators hanging signs and flags and waving at vehicles below on state Highway 24.
John Stevenson says he was taking a break from skateboarding in Lafayette when a coyote came out of nowhere and bit him in the thigh. He shot video after the attack showing the animal calming trotting away afterward.
The same coyote bit four other people, attacking them without warning.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California has charged two adults in connection to an FBI agent's gun and badge that were stolen over the weekend in a Lafayette car break-in.
The latest attack happened Friday in Lafayette. Henry Lee reports.
The agency confirmed that the agent's .40-caliber Glock 22 pistol, badge and credentials were taken during the break-in.
An East Bay girl wrote her self-published memoir of life during the coronavirus pandemic and what it was like to be locked down, separated from her friends.
A drive through clinic in Lafayette that gave out hundreds of doses of the coronavirus vaccine has been shut down. And now the people that went to the site at Stanley Middle School, mostly senior citizens, are scrambling to find out where to get their second shot.
Walnut Creek doctors help a Lamorinda nonprofit administer vaccines to seniors.
The owners say the financial difficulty stemming from the pandemic is prompting the closure. The restaurant was known for its Cadillac margaritas and serving big crowds.
The infectious disease expert commended Lafayette's COVID response and the city proclaimed Dec. 24 "Dr. Anthony Fauci Day" in honor of his 80th birthday.
Another reported coyote attack in the East Bay took place in Lafayette.
At a special meeting Thursday, the City Council voted to sue PG&E for failing to abide by the terms of a 2017 Tree Removal Agreement with the city.
The Lafayette City Council decided Thursday to sue Pacific Gas & Electric for failing to uphold its Tree Removal Agreement with the city, city officials said.
PG&E operations specialist Mark Quinlan said during an online update that there's evidence the power shutoff may have prevented wildfires.
In just a few short weeks, the Live Like Leo Memorial Foundation has already raised over $200,000.
Elissa Harrington reports.
Amazon said the accident occurred when the boy was riding downhill and hit the back of the truck.