A child walking with their mother was attacked and bitten by a coyote without warning in a Moraga neighborhood Tuesday.
Another runner was able to chase the coyote away and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife was alerted.
The Moraga School District is preparing for the return of some students to the classroom on Monday, making it one of the first public school districts in Contra Costa County to transition to hybrid learning.
The fire, which began Sunday afternoon, is estimated to be 20 to 30 acres in size, according to a Tweet from Cal Fire SCU.
Saint Mary's College Politics Professor Stephen Woolpert talked to Mornings on 2 Saturday about nominee Judge Amy Barrett, her record, and the political battle on whether a nominee should receive confirmation hearings before the election.
Security video taken recently outside a home near Moraga Country Club shows a coyote meandering through a yard.
Greg Liggins reports.
At approximately 7:45 p.m., the coyote approached a person walking in the area of Rimer Drive. The coyote then ran toward a nearby bicyclist.
A child was bitten by a coyote last Thursday.
Moraga Commons Park will close early Friday in the wake of a coyote attack that happened Thursday afternoon, according to police. Normal operations are expected to resume on Saturday.
Moraga Commons Park will close early Friday in the wake of a coyote attack that happened Thursday afternoon, according to police.
Businesses still operating during the COVID-19 pandemic are having to adjust in order to survive.
An East Bay school is considering online classes in case schools need to close as the coronavirus/COVID-19 spreads across the state.
"We are troubled by this news because it involved Saint Mary's students who are known to one another," Saint Mary's College of California Vice Provost Jane Camarillo wrote.
Officers were initially contacted about a possible shooting at approximately 7:30 p.m. Arriving officers discovered two victms suffering from gunshot(s) inside a vehicle.
Henry Lee reports from Moraga.
Allison Rodriguez reports from Moraga.
The Moraga Police Department dispelled a rumor of an alleged threat directed at Saint Mary's College on Thursday.
The Merrill Fire in Moraga threatened dozens of homes and forced evacuations two weeks ago. Police say a broken, shattered vape pen was found where the fire broke out. Officials say that may have played a role in how the blaze began.
Frustrations continued Friday as business owners and customers alike discover if their power is back. Greg Liggins reports.