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Pleasanton woman takes plea deal, sentenced for DUI crash that killed toddler
A Pleasanton woman with previous intoxication-fueled run-ins with law enforcement was sentenced to seven years in state prison... Last comment 19 hours ago | 5 comments

Vintage Hills Elementary locked down while police investigate nearby burglary
Vintage Hills Elementary School was on precautionary lockdown for more than an hour Thursday morning while Pleasanton police... Last comment on Jan 20, 2018 at 8:00 pm | 25 comments

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It truly saddens me to see that our federal government is at the brink of another shutdown yet AGAIN due to our dysfunctional... Last comment 10 hours ago | 23 comments

City Council reaffirms support of Owens Drive lane reduction
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday again declared its support for the one-lane configuration along a stretch of Owens... Last comment 13 hours ago | 41 comments

 
 
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"Pleasanton Wedding!"
Mia and Kurt both grew up in Pleasanton and met in high school at Amador Valley, where their relationship began. These high school sweethearts kept it local and tied the knot in Pleasanton on Saturday 1/14/17. Submitted by Mia Schmidt on Feb 8, 2017

 
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Pleasanton woman takes plea deal, sentenced for DUI crash that killed toddler
A Pleasanton woman with previous intoxication-fueled run-ins with law enforcement was sentenced to seven years in state prison Friday after accepting a plea agreement for causing the fatal DUI crash that killed a toddler on Interstate 680 in San Ramon a year and a half ago. Sunday, 1:45 PM | 5 comments

Glazer, Baker talking pension reform at joint appearance Monday night
The Tri-Valley's Democrat state senator and Republican assemblywoman are set to kick off their 2018 Bipartisan Speaker Series with a discussion on pension reform Monday evening in San Ramon. Sunday, 1:45 PM | 8 comments

Workshop set on helping young adults with special needs transition after high school
Local agencies are partnering to host a free "Transition Information Night" on Tuesday for families of Tri-Valley young adults with developmental disabilities, a workshop focused on bridging the gap between high school and adulthood. Friday, 1:33 PM

Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare invests in germ-zapping robots
Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare is enlisting the aid of two germ-zapping robots to help keep the hospital clean. Sunday, 6:24 PM

Tim Talk: Time for new collaboration between city, school district
Pleasanton school trustees wisely are carefully considering how to spend the $270 million bond issue that voters passed in November 2016. Sunday, 6:24 PM | 2 comments

Teens arrested in home burglary that prompted Vintage Hills lockdown
Pleasanton police arrested three San Jose teens Thursday morning for allegedly breaking into a house near Vintage Hills Elementary School, with the campus being locked down for more than an hour while officers searched for the final suspect. Thursday, 9:17 PM | 25 comments

Deputy pleads not guilty to facilitating inmate assault at Dublin jail
An Alameda County sheriff's deputy was arraigned Friday on two counts of assault for allegedly encouraging six gang members to attack a fellow inmate at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin who the deputy had quarreled with. Sunday, 6:37 PM

Tri-Valley among targets of 'Lucky Lotto Bandits'
San Jose police said Thursday that suspects arrested at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield last month are linked to more than 30 gas station and convenience store burglaries in the Bay and Sacramento areas, including in Dublin, Livermore, San Ramon and Danville. Friday, 11:16 AM

Pleasanton police arrest local man two days after standoff
Police officers detained a Pleasanton man on an arrest warrant on Thursday morning at the house where he had holed up and refused to surrender to police after fleeing a traffic stop two days earlier, according to a department spokeswoman. Thursday, 3:55 PM | 5 comments

Black and White in Black and White
The Museum on Main is shining a spotlight on race relations in America at the turn of the 20th century by hosting a traveling exhibit beginning next week, "Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope and Diversity in America." Thursday, 4:47 PM

Council reaffirms support of Owens Drive lane reduction
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday again declared its support for the one-lane configuration along a stretch of Owens Drive near the eastern Dublin-Pleasanton BART station that has drawn the ire of some residents and commuters for more than a year. Tuesday, 11:45 PM | 41 comments

 

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