Updated: August 21, 2014 12:30:14 PM PDT
Jessica Gradillas, of Hayward, a skilled young rider, and her horse, Loki, are said to be good enough to have a chance, but bills are piling up.
A teenage girl was grabbed and sexually battered by a man Sunday night in Livermore, police said, but she managed to escape the man's grasp and call authorities.
Climate change researchers from Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley labs, along with scientists from six other national laboratories, will be part of a new 10-year supercomputing project to model and simulate the effects of climate change on the Earth.
Between the Vines is a biweekly column on wine and winemaking in the Livermore Valley region. This column was contributed by the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association.
Livermore police searched a residence Tuesday afternoon after a woman reported that she had been assaulted by her possibly suicidal boyfriend and held captive in her home for several hours, but did not locate the man.
The Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District will be again be fogging in Livermore on Thursday evening after finding more mosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus near Bruno Canziani park, district officials said.
The movie begins shortly after sunset at 8 p.m., but you should arrive early to get a good seat. Bring a flashlight, clothes to stay warm and a blanket or chair. Snacks and drinks will be available for sale.
An Ohio man has pleaded no contest to charges that he struck and killed Kristina Chesterman while he was driving drunk in September, then fled the scene. Chesterman, a 21-year-old Livermore native, was a nursing student at Chico State University.
Valley Humane SocietySummer will never end with Sanibel in your life! A sandy blond 2-year-old, she's surfing the tides of fortune in search of a forever home.
The following excerpts were taken from area police logs:dublinFriday, aug. 8 BURGLARY -- 6:36 p.m. A report of braking and entering, 6400 block Dublin Boulevard.
eventsaug. 21 Art and Wine Stroll -- 6 to 9 p.m. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of wine tasting, small bites from Danville restaurants, the latest offerings from our shops, live music, a commemorative wine glass and trolley rides.
Liberals need to personally adopt migrantsThis letter is regarding the invasion of all the illegal immigrant children, i.e., those who claim to be children, those who need to be potty trained by our border control agents and those who seem to be children old enough to shave.
While I may not be so tech-savvy, I do love the Internet. If I need information of any kind, all I have to do is type a few words, and up pops a response.
accomplishmentsLocal student to attend U.S. Merchant Marine Academy: Eve Watterson, of Danville, has been accepted to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Great Neck, New York for the Class of 2018.
Good stuffHear ye, hear ye Auditions -- 6:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Auditions for William Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors" will include memorizing a one- to two-minute classical comedic monologue (does not have to be Shakespeare).
Pleasanton Seahawks compete in Western Zone Age Group Championship; Livermore's Springtime Tumbling and Trampoline team takes part in USA Gymnastics Championships
Bike and Build contingent stays at Asbury United Methodist before final stop in Santa Cruz
For at least the second time this month, Livermore police arrested a mother who they say left her young children unattended in a car.
The East Bay Regional Park District completes the last segment of the 32-mile trail between Concord and Pleasanton.
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Navy veteran Mathew St. Denis and his wife Leah became first-time homeowners Friday when their family was presented with a house in Livermore from Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley. Extensively rehabilitated as part of the national Veterans Build program, work on the formerly dilapidated, 60-year-old house was completed with the help of about 300 volunteers.
Tracy City Council members are expected to appoint Livermore assistant city manager Troy Brown as the next city manager.
The military liaison has served the community for years in various roles.
Developer Red Mill Capital unveiled plans for a 125,000-square-foot mixed retail and restaurant complex, the Shoppes at Livermore, before the city's planning commission on Aug. 5. The development is planned for 12 acres directly across the street from the outlet mall.
Good stuffGet your hula on Tuesday Tunes with a Twist -- 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. The Livermore Cultural Arts Council presents, Halau Makana Lani Hawaiian culture and the Cantabella Children's Chorus.
Local executive has spearheaded ongoing Livermore Community Blood Drive since 2002
accomplishmentsFoundation names new director: The Livermore Valley Education Foundation has elected Dave Haberman to its board of directors. Haberman specializes in curriculum development, and his work has been featured in Wired magazine and on The Today Show.
The City Council has agreed to rename the 0.75-acre Main Street Green Park as Rotary Park in recognition of three local Rotary clubs' contributions to this park, and to an upcoming renovation.
A dog named Winston, left, dressed as a groom, owned by Kathi Finley of Castro Valley, and a dog named Lulu, dressed as a bride, owned by Debbie Bronk, of Livermore, have their photo taken before the start of the annual Pooch Parade held during the Pleasanton Downtown Association's First Wednesday
Save Mount Diablo and San Ramon Vice Mayor Phil O'Loane are organizing a hike to protest the cemetery on Saturday, Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl Bowlers of the Week: Valerie Jones of the Santa Rita Employees & Friends league shot a 533 set, 122 pins over her average.