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.
Police said the driver was cooperative and had been interviewed. They did not release the name of the boy or the driver.
The Amazon delivery driver is cooperating with investigators.
Police in Lafayette are investigating a fatal trafffic collision where a 10-year-old boy was killed Tuesday afternoon.
The Mount Diablo Peace and Justice Center will host a demonstration Friday to show solidarity with police brutality protesters in Portland, Oregon.
Firefighters from the Moraga-Orinda Fire District deliberately burned thick brush and vegetation to protect against wildfires later in the season.
The art project was designed with kids in mind -- to remind them to look at the world around them, instead of computer and tablet screens.
Some lanes of Highway 24 in Orinda are also closing overnight, due to the BART track replacement project near the Orinda station.
Leigh Martinez reports.
BART expects to begin the project May 9 and 10 and continue work on weekends through July 4 and 5.
"Let's show people there is light out there," Ted Leonard said. "Because this thing sucks."
A film aimed at stopping xenophobia amid the coronavirus was produced by a pair of Easy Bay siblings. It reminds us that we are all human.
The idea is the result of a partnership between Diablo Foods in Lafayette and Lamorinda Village, a non-profit organization that helps seniors.
Cristina Rendon reports.
Police say that between 1996-1998, Wood engaged in two inappropriate and unlawful relationships between two minors. The victims were students at Acalanes High School in Lafayette where Wood was a teacher at the time.