This is the city's 3rd homicide of the year.
Two people, two dogs and a litter of puppies were all spared after a fire broke out in a garage in Pittsburg, firefighters said.
The city of Pittsburg will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for a mixed-use development near the Pittsburg BART station, city officials said Friday.
Authorities told KTVU, he may have been returning from a party.
Contra Costa County health officials have begun breaking down COVID-19 cases in its region by city.
Firefighters received a call from Pittsburg police around 9 a.m. of a possible explosion at a home on the 100 block of Linscheid Dr.
The victim, whose city of residence is unknown, was in the No. 2 lane of the off-ramp when he was struck by a 36-year-old Livermore man driving a 2013 Honda who exited the highway shortly after 1 a.m.
Police say the driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with investigators.
It happened while the entire county library system is still recovering from its ransomware attack on Friday.
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Bay Area gang members have been linked to a surge of vehicle break-ins at tourist locations in Los Angeles.
According to CHP, a man who's in his mid-20s was driving a black Nissan Altima on eastbound Highway 4 from northbound Highway 242 around 7:15 p.m when his vehicle was struck by gunfire.
City planners have identified a 4.5-acre parcel just north of the Pittsburg courthouse for prospective office-space development.
Rafael Lopez was shot and killed in his own home during a holiday party by two masked men, his family said.
Initial information is that the victim and the suspects knew each other and that they had had a disagreement of some sort that may have led to the shooting, police said.
Two of the four suspects fled to a nearby shopping center and were arrested.
Mallari's version goes like this: "Let's be great, 'cuz I know we are great. Whoo! I just took an ELA test, turns out I'm 100 percent that smart."
BART officials say five people have been detained Monday evening after gunshots were fired on the Pittsburg/Bay Point station platform just before 7 p.m.
Three things happened Wednesday night between approximately 6 and 8 p.m. in Pittsburg, California: A grass fire broke out. A PG&E power line fell. An underground, 8-foot-deep, 10 by 12 vault that serves a 12-inch, high pressure, Chevron gas main erupted into flames.
A vegetation fire has been knocked down this evening in Pittsburg but not before it injured a firefighter and two others, fire officials with the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said. The fire, apparently sparked by a candle from a homeless person's tent, prompted a health advisory to be issued.