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.
The Merrill Fire, burning in the hills of Moraga, burned up to 40 acres with 80 percent containment early Thursday morning, and forced evacuations of at least one neighborhood, according to police and fire officials. SkyFox flew overhead
The fire was first reported at 12:54 a.m.Thursday near 46 Merrill Circle North and off Sanders Ranch Road.
The potential dangers stemming from wildfire evacuations will be explored when a small East Bay town holds a evacuation drill this weekend. KTVU's Tom Vacar reports.
A two-alarm fire broke out in Moraga behind Campolindo High School. Paul Chambers reports.
Moraga police are trying to find any surveillance video that can help lead them to two men they say robbed a couple at gun point outside the couple's home on Indian Wells street .