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Pleasanton police release officers' body-cam video of Bauer arrest
Body-worn camera video from responding officers involved in the 2018 arrest of 38-year-old Jacob Bauer has been provided... Last comment 45 minutes ago | 32 comments

Tri-Valley students will remain at home for rest of school year
The shelter-in-place order issued last month for six Bay Area counties, including Alameda County, to help stop the spread... Last comment 3 hours ago | 7 comments

Scouting Continues at Home
Online learning adopted as resource for Scout Troops to engage indoors. When Governor Gavin Newsom ordered a statewide... Last comment 23 hours ago | 0 comments

Car break-ins, robberies, DUIs, domestic battery incidents lead Pleasanton police logs
The Pleasanton Police Department made the following information available. Read the full story here ... Last comment on Apr 6, 2020 at 4:19 pm | 4 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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Election certified: Measure D fire bond fails by 0.3%; Easy victory for Measure P in Livermore
The ACFD's $90 million bond measure failed by the slimmest of margins, falling short of the supermajority threshold by 95 votes based on the final voter turnout of just under 32,000 ballots. Tuesday, 9:29 PM

Dublin teen's film on rare disease chosen for international festival
Romal Mitr has combined her love of science and her fascination with filmmaking to create "No Matter How Rare," a seven-minute documentary that has been accepted into an international film festival that focuses on rare diseases. Wednesday, 12:15 PM

Tri-Valley law enforcement work to keep residents, businesses safe during shelter order
While health experts fight the unseeable but persistent threat of coronavirus (COVID-19), local police are supporting that cause by keeping an eye on other aspects of public safety. Tuesday, 10:31 AM

Livermore Valley Opera launches online series
Is this a good time to enjoy opera or to learn about it? Livermore Valley Opera is broadcasting this season's productions on its new LVOpera Channel.
Wednesday, 1:00 PM

Student settles free-speech lawsuit against SRVUSD over 'parody video' discipline, will receive $665,000 and public apology
As a part of the settlement, the district will award the former San Ramon Valley High School student body president $665,000 and will issue a public apology for "negative effects, disruption and emotional distress." Tuesday, 6:26 PM | 12 comments

Two more COVID-19 cases at Santa Rita Jail
There are now three confirmed cases of inmates at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin testing positive for the novel coronavirus, Alameda County Assistant Sheriff Thomas Madigan told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. Tuesday, 3:44 PM

Glazer holding phone town hall on unemployment benefits amid coronavirus fallout
Learn about resources that can help those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and regional stay-at-home order during a telephone town hall with State Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) on April 8 at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, 11:42 AM

Pleasanton police release officers' body-cam video of Bauer arrest
Body-worn camera video from responding officers involved in the 2018 arrest of 38-year-old Jacob Bauer has been provided to the Pleasanton Weekly by the Pleasanton Police Department in response to a Public Records Act request. Monday, 7:07 PM | 32 comments

BART to cut service in half in response to COVID-19 ridership drop
In response to the coronavirus pandemic and the statewide stay-at-home order that severely restricts the amount of people going to work, BART announced Monday that it will make deep cuts to its service until further notice. Tuesday, 10:33 AM

Newsom reminds residents to take care of mental and physical health amid pandemic
Gov. Gavin Newsom reminded California residents Tuesday to take care of their mental and physical health during the novel coronavirus pandemic, especially if they're not working outside their home. Tuesday, 9:57 PM

Tri-Valley Career Center offers virtual support for job seekers
With the regional stay-at-home in effect through at least early May, the Tri-Valley Career Center is offering virtual help to job seekers, whether they were looking for work before the COVID-19 pandemic or lost their job as a result. Tuesday, 2:12 PM

Swalwell hosting another COVID-19 virtual town hall this week
U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell will hold another Facebook Live virtual town hall featuring Alameda County Health Care Services Agency Director Colleen Chawla on April 9, starting at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 10:42 AM | 4 comments

Check it out: Pleasanton library, recreation programs go virtual
Pleasanton toddlers don't have to miss story time at the library. Their favorite librarians now read to them on the city's new Virtual Library and Recreation Center. Monday, 11:50 AM

Livermore police officer tests positive for coronavirus
A police officer with the Livermore Police Department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the department announced on Friday. Sunday, 2:11 PM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley students will remain at home for rest of school year
The shelter-in-place order issued last month for six Bay Area counties, including Alameda County, to help stop the spread of COVID-19 remains in effect through May 3, but most Tri-Valley students will continue learning at home longer. Tuesday, 10:12 AM | 7 comments

'Conversations' with community members about coronavirus airing on TV30
Tri-Valley residents can now tune in for a special edition of TV30's "Conversations" program about the COVID-19 pandemic. Monday, 12:01 PM

Election certified: PUSD's Measure M falls short, as does Sunol bond; Dublin bond passes
Pleasanton residents voted down PUSD's Measure M bond, with Yes in the majority but short of the required 55%, per newly certified election totals. Meanwhile, Dublin narrowly passed its Measure J bond & Sunol voters defeated Measure O. Sunday, 2:11 PM | 11 comments

 

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