Oakland, CAPosted by
CBS San Francisco

Bicyclist Fatally Struck While Riding Wrong-Way On I-580 In Oakland

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A homeless man riding a bicycle in a lane of I-580 in Oakland was killed late Friday night when he was struck by a two vehicles, according to the California Highway Patrol. The CHP Oakland office posted on Facebook that the deadly accident took place at around 10 p.m. in the eastbound lanes of I-580 just west of W. MacArthur Blvd. Officers responded to calls of a person lying on the highway and upon arrival discovered an adult male who has suffered fatal injuries. The preliminary CHP investigation has determined the man was riding his bicycle in the No....
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Oakland, CAPosted by
CBS San Francisco

Teens Arrested In Attempted Robbery Of BART Passenger

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Two teenage boys have been arrested for allegedly spraying a BART passenger with pepper spray and attempting to steal his backpack, authorities said. Officials said the alleged robbery attempt occurred Thursday as a BART train approached the West Oakland Station around 2 p.m. Investigators told the East Bay Times that the victim was a 61-year-old San Francisco man. During the confrontation the 15-year-old suspect pepper sprayed the man. But the suspects were unable to get his backpack and fled from the train when it stopped at the station. BART police arrested one of the suspects in the station parking lot. The other was taken into custody a few blocks away. Both the 15-year-old and the 16-year-old were from Oakland. They were arrested for attempted robbery of a public transportation passenger, conspiracy to commit a crime and no proof of payment. BART spokesman Chris Filippi told the newspaper that the victim was taken to a hospital to get treatment for skin irritation.
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Alameda, CAPosted by
The Alameda Daily

Check out these homes on the Alameda market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Come enjoy an abundance of natural light that flows through this stunning 3 BD/ 2BA Lakeshore home! Gorgeous skylights are thoughtfully placed throughout the
San Francisco, CAtravelawaits.com

9 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To San Francisco

San Francisco is a city that everyone should visit at least once. It’s built on a small spit of land and surrounded by water on three sides. The incredibly steep streets are lined with stately old hotels and bustling family businesses. San Francisco offers world-class shopping and lots of people are frequently out and about. Cable cars zoom by with bells clanging, and you can smell the delicious foods when you pass by the doors of restaurants that offer Chinese food, Italian meals, and seafood caught fresh from the bay.
San Francisco, CABayInsider

Rapid rise of COVID cases not causing Bay Area panic, yet

SAN FRANCISCO - Amid a steady drumbeat of disturbing COVID-19 data, people are figuring out their own risk tolerance. Friday night in San Francisco's Marina District, some people wore masks while on the sidewalk. But busy restaurants, where masks are strongly recommended indoors, might have no one in a facial...
Oakland, CAKRON4

Bicyclist struck and killed on Oakland highway

A bicyclist was killed Friday night in Oakland after being struck by a vehicle on eastbound Interstate Highway 580, according to the California Highway Patrol. The incident occurred Friday night at around 10:02 p.m. on the highway near the State Route 24 connector, according to the CHP. A Sig-alert was...
Walnut Creek, CAPosted by
Contra Costa Today

Ready for a change? These jobs are open in Walnut Creek

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Walnut Creek: 1. Need CDL-A Flatbed Truck Driver Now, 07/27/2021, Average $61,928/Year; 2. Outside Sales Representative; 3. General Manager - casual full-service restaurant; 4. Construction Administrative Assistant; 5. Customer Support Agent; 6. Sales Operations Support
California StateSan Francisco Chronicle

This weathered Bay Area sailor earned a doctorate from Cornell. But the sea's lessons remain unparalleled

Colin Dewey, a professor at the California State University Maritime Academy in Vallejo, is one of a kind. He has doctorate, master’s and bachelor’s degrees, and also a limited master’s license, a mate’s license and an unlimited certificate as an able-bodied seaman. He is a member of various academic societies — and the Sailors’ Union of the Pacific. He spent 32 years at sea in the Coast Guard and the merchant marine and still does occasional casual deckhand jobs on breaks from his role as chair of Cal Maritime’s department of culture and communication.