The city of Walnut Creek is offering a way for families to get outdoors at night and enjoy an event with others with social distance.
"They had a plan, a good plan," said Ben Nisenbaum, a civil rights attorney who represented Hall's family. "And then they just forgot the plan. It makes no sense. It kills me that they didn't use it."
Colin Lloyd wrote on Facebook that the remains of his sister, Erika Lloyd, 37, were found by hikers on Jan. 31 in the High Desert and her identity was confirmed by the San Bernardino Sheriff's Office. It is not yet clear how she died.
Police first got 911 calls at about 4:30 a.m. regarding the car beneath the interchange of I-680 and Highway 24.
Two hundred staff members and seniors at a Walnut Creek retirement facility received COVID-19 shots Wednesday.
Bay Area hospitals are bracing for another spike in COVID-19 patients following the upcoming holidays.
Walnut Creek and other small businesses say financial relief aid could be the difference between surviving or sinking.
Nine people have been charged by the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office in connection with the May 31 rampage in downtown Walnut Creek in which 39 businesses were victims of looting and related property damages, police said Tuesday.
Interim Police Chief Jay Hill explained in a social media post on Facebook that he felt the community deserved a response to the department’s approach to the incident.
Cristina Rendon reports.
All lanes of southbound Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek have reopened, following a car crash that killed a pedestrian.
Police say a group of demonstrators demanding police reforms on Saturday night took to the streets, vandalizing buildings, signs and sidewalks downtown.
Elissa Harrington reports.
Officers are conducting a shooting investigation after a report of a victim with a gunshot wound came in shortly after 9:30 a.m.
One man was arrested after police broke up a group of 20 to 25 protesters marching Friday night in Walnut Creek.
An operation is underway to rescue window washers who are trapped at a 10-story building in Walnut Creek.
Authorities are trying to rescue two window washers who were trapped at Walnut Creek's largest office building.
Civil rights attorney John Burris says this case raised important questions regarding how the police perceive threats leading to their use of force when engaging with people experiencing a mental health crisis, especially if that person is Black or brown.
Elissa Harrington reports.
The owner of Walnut Creek-based Green Sheds Chris Lotz said Covid-19 has dramatically increased business and he’s booked until April. He said most of his customers are looking to create a home office and heading to the backyard.