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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Population: 72259
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda

Zip Codes associated with alameda, california: 94501 94502
Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett

Alameda News
Man, Woman Dead After Being Pulled From Lake Merritt

A man and a woman pulled from Lake Merritt in Oakland Thursday morning have been pronounced dead, according to police. The Alameda Coroner's Office has identified the deceased as Michael Grace, 39, and Tayana Johnson, 24. Both were residents of Oakland.

The three actors are Angela Dant as M'Lynn, Tatum Anderson as Annelle, and Hallie Frazer as Ouiser

The cast of San Leandro'S Sunnyside Productions "Steel Magnolias," poses for a photo in Alameda. Shown, from left, are: Karen Barbera, Dani Issa, Hallie Frazer, Tatum Anderson, Angela Dant and Susan Wansewicz.

My Word: Alameda losing control over its future because of city staff

Something is wrong with our city. The people need to be heard before it is too late.

Why An Oakland Coffee Shop Is Refusing To Serve Police Officers

A coffee shop in Oakland is making news for its customer service guidelines. Hasta Muerte Coffee refuses to serve cops in a controversial act that's opening more dialogue about police-community relations.

Home Depot fined $27.84 million for violations

Home Depot ordered to pay $27.84 million for customer privacy, environmental violations The Monterey County District Attorney's Office joined district attorneys in Alameda and other counties in prosecuting the case. Check out this story on Alameda County Superior Court has ordered Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. to pay $27.84 million to resolve allegations that the company illegally disposed of hazardous waste and discarded records without rendering private customer information unreadable.

Thursday's Briefing: California Jobless Rates Reaches Lowest on...

Stories you shouldn't miss for March 8, 2018: 1. California's jobless rate reached its lowest level - 4.4 percent - on record in January as the Bay Area employment market continued to surge, reports George Avalos of the Bay Area News Group$. The Bay Area added 11,900 jobs in January - one third of all jobs gained in the state.

Shooting threatened at Acalanes High in Lafayette

On Thursday, graffiti stating "I will shoot up the school next week" was found written in a stall of a girl's restroom, according to a letter sent to parents by Principal Travis Bell. Start your day with the news you need from the Bay Area and beyond.

Why Home Depot is paying nearly $28 million in civil settlement...

The parent company of Home Depot has been ordered to pay $27.8 million to the state of California and several Southern California governments in a civil settlement over issues with the home improvement retailer's hazardous waste and customer records disposal methods. The Riverside County District Attorney's Environmental Protection Team, and regulators throughout the state, conducted an inspection of 45 trash compactors belonging to 32 Home Depot stores between 2013 and 2015.

Wait, there's a sequel to 'Phantom of the Opera?' And it's in San Jose?

Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Love Never Dies," two Italian operas, and Oakland Symphony make my list of 10 cool things going on in SF Bay Area arts scene. 1 "Love Never Dies": Andrew Lloyd Webber at first declined to call this musical a sequel to "Phantom of the Opera" even though the Phantom is in it, as is his beloved soprano Christine Daa.

Home Depot Ordered to Pay $27.8M in California Settlement

A California judge has ordered the Home Depot to pay $27.8 million to resolve allegations of unlawfully disposing of hazardous waste, and discarding records without rendering private customer information unreadable. The ruling in the Alameda Superior Court was connected to a civil enforcement action filed on Feb. 15 by the San Diego County District Attorney's Office and eight other prosecutor's offices in the state.

Alameda's Isabel Cohn receives Girl Scout Gold Award

Isabel Cohn, an Alameda resident, was recently awarded the highest honor possible for a Girl Scout, the Gold Award, the Girl Scouts of Northern California announced. For the prestigious Gold Award, girls spend months or even years completing requirements that develop leadership and culminate in an extensive service project that makes a difference in their community or even across the world.

Study: Some Bay Area land sinking faster than expected

The rise in sea level has always created a concern about flooding, but a new study finds several spots in the Bay Area are also sinking faster than expected. Scientists at UC Berkeley say most of these sinking areas were built on landfill.

A list of 10 Bay Area athletes who saw their careers derailed because of substance abuse.

Former Raiders' center Barret Robbins in a Miami courtroom after being charged with attempted murder following a brawl with police. With former 49ers and Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith out on $30,000 bail facing domestic violence charges and reports that his life is out of control, here's a look at 10 other Bay Area athletes who saw their careers deteriorate because of abuse of either alcohol or drugs: Alcohol abuse and bi-polar disorder caused one of the most famous flameouts in sports history when Robbins vanished in Mexico the day before the Super Bowl when the Raiders played the Tampa Bay Bucs following the 2002 season.

Radio station marks first anniversary at Alameda's Encinal Jr. & Sr. High School

Listeners tuning into 96.1 FM - the radio station that's part of a class at Encinal Junior & Senior High School - heard what they would usually hear on a Tuesday morning. There were jokes, some music and news, and friendly banter among the broadcasters, much like any other station across the dial on a weekday morning.

My Word: Alameda Marina draft EIR is practical plan that deserves support

After years of review and countless revisions, the proposed clean up and development of Alameda Marina is inching closer to approval. The draft environmental impact report has been issued and comments received.

Alameda police calls: Two caught with stolen vehicle

Recovered stolen vehicle: Police recovered a vehicle stolen about 1:45 a.m. in the 2600 block of Fifth Street. Another stolen vehicle was recovered about 6:55 p.m. in the 1800 block of Wood Street.

Loard's Ice Cream

The following person has abandoned the use of the fictitious business name. The information given below is as it appeared on the fictitious business statement that was filed at the County Clerk-Recorder's Office.

State Auditor to Review 'Gassing' Attacks at Alameda County Jail

It's called "gassing," and it's gotten a lot worse over the past several years inside Alameda County's Santa Rita Jail. Gassing is prison slang for using feces, urine, bile, and other forms of excrement, as biological projectile weapons.

Oakland area students join Congress on Civil Rights Pilgrimage

Student David Gaines of Alameda Science and Technology Institute with a Dr. Martin Luther King quote. "Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education."

Girl Scouts fight cybercrime with new cybersecurity badge

For the first time, millions of Girl Scouts nationwide are taking on hacking and cybercrime as they work towards earning newly introduced cybersecurity badges . Girl Scouts of the USA teamed up with security company Palo Alto Networks to devise a curriculum that educates young girls about the basics of computer networks, cyber attacks, and online safety.

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