A missing 14-year-old girl who left her San Francisco home last week was located Friday by an alert landscape worker with the City of Pittsburg.
A 32-year-old Oakland man was shot and wounded Saturday afternoon by a Pittsburg police officer after he pointed a loaded handgun at the officer during a trespassing investigation.
A man who was discharged from Contra Costa County Regional Medical Center has since gone missing. Family members say their relative may have memory loss from an accident.
Pittsburg police said a homeless man who had been arrested and released earlier on Sunday was arrested again hours later, after multiple businesses were vandalized, causing extensive damage.
Pittsburg police are studying video surveillance and witness statements in an investigation of the city's first homicide of the year early Sunday morning.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office announced that the fatal shooting of a man by multiple Pittsburg officers in 2018 was legally justified.
The city agreed to pay the family of Humberto Martinez Sr., 32, who died in 2016 from having the blood stream to his brain cut off with a carotid hold.
The shooting was recorded on video surveillance, which included the license of the suspect vehicle, a breakthrough discovery for investigators.
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.
Rob Roth reports.
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.