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Located just east of the San Francisco Bay, Antioch residents are known to commute to neighboring Sacramento, San Francisco and Oakland for their jobs. During the 1800s, coal, copper and oil were all pursued when first discovered there, but no long-term benefits resulted. Founded in 1980, Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge was the first national wildlife refuge in the country created to protect endangered plants and insects.

Population: 100219
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Western Career College Carrington College California Antioch Contra Costa Medical Career College

Zip Codes associated with antioch, california: 94509
Towns/Cities near antioch, california : Oakley Brentwood Newlove Neroly Los Medanos Rio Vista Knightsen

Antioch News
Antioch Police SWAT arrests man who shot at three residents, Monday afternoon

On Monday, May 22, 2017, at approximately 12:12 PM, Antioch officers were dispatched to the report of several shots fired at a residence in the 1000 block of Saint Francis Drive . Upon arriving at the scene, officers contacted three adult residents who reported being shot at by an unknown White male adult in a white sedan.

The Clayton Police Weekly Arrest Report

Myrtle Dr./Kirker Pass Rd. Evading a Police Officer: Causing Injury/Death; Vehicular Manslaughter with Gross Negligence; Take Vehicle Without Owner's Consent/Vehicle Theft. A 33 year old Antioch female was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.

One dead, one injured in fatal motorcycle crash in Antioch

The crash occurred at 1:45 p.m. in the area of Wilbur and Viera avenues after a report that a motorcycle had collided with a pole, police said. The 68-year-old man was taken to the hospital, but did not survive.

Get your pet a free microchip at May Madness Chippalooza!, this Sunday in Antioch

One in five missing pets are reunited with their owners via traditional methods - tags, fliers, shelter reports or knocking on doors. Just over 50% of dogs that are missing and are microchipped go home, because their owners got them chipped and kept their information current.

Ruehlig wants city council to fund more Antioch library hours

As the President of the Antioch School Board and as Antioch's former Representative to the County Library Commission and two-time chairman of that organization, I am no stranger to the needs of libraries. Speaking, though, strictly or myself in the role of a private citizen, I am convinced that libraries are not a luxury but are an economic necessity.

Three Antioch elementary schools have distributed 250 free backpacks to their neediest students.

Students at Marsh and Orchard Park elementary schools were presented with 200 backpacks Tuesday along with basic classroom supplies in a giveaway that involved accountants, a nonprofit and a woman who started her own backpack manufacturing business to help impoverished children. "I almost fell out of my chair," said Antioch Unified School District Trustee Debra Vinson when she heard about the magnitude of the gift through a call from Volunteers of America, a national organization that served as a liaison between the donor and manufacturer.

Low-cost microchipping for dogs offered Sunday in Antioch

Two local animal welfare organizations are offering low-cost microchipping for dogs - or free, if you're one of the first 100 pet owners - from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday in the rear parking lot of Bridgehead Cafe, 2415 E. 18th St., Antioch. By contrast, Antioch Animal Services offers the service for $23 and the cost of an office visit to have a veterinarian implant the chip is considerably more than that.

Park It: More rattlers expected - how to avoid them

There have been lots of news stories recently about rattlesnake hazards in the East Bay Regional Parks and other open space, especially since an unfortunate hiker was bitten on Mission Peak. A large rattlesnake population is expected this year because the rains have produced abundant food for rodents that are the snakes' preferred diet.

Coming Up: Contra Costa County Fair, May 18 - 21 at the Fairgrounds in Antioch

May 18 at 12 p.m. to May 21 at 9:30 p.m. - 1201 W 10th St. in Antioch. School Tours - Youth attending School Tours will receive a coupon for FREE Admission with the purchase of 1 adult ticket.

Supervisor Glover praises installation of Highway 4 surveillance cameras following shootings

Since Nov. 1, 2015, there have been 87 shootings on Bay Area freeways in which eight people died - all of them in Contra Costa County - and 39 others were injured, according to the CHP. The Department of Transportation has pledged between $1.5- to $2-million for the installation of high-tech surveillance equipment on Highway 4 between west and east Contra Costa County.

Antioch libraries in need of some TLC

Guest Commentary As the president of the Antioch School Board and as Antioch's former representative to the County Library Commission and two-time chairman to that organization, I am no stranger to the needs of libraries. Speaking, though, for myself in the role of a private citizen, I am convinced that libraries are not a luxury but an economic necessity.

On Tap: James Taylor tribute band at Antioch's El Campanil

Nayeli Roman, of Pittsburg, left, Liz Rogers-Beckley, of Emeryville, center, and Trekina White, of Antioch, play the dynamites as Pittsburg Community Theatre rehearses for the 1960s musical "Hairspray" in Pittsburg, Calif., on Thursday, May 4, 2017. The play will open Friday May 12 at 8p.m. at the California Theatre.

Delta Strummers present Ukulele Uprising II at El Campanil Theatre

Anyone who still thinks of a ukulele as a simple instrument of Hawaiian or Tiny Tim fame is in for a big surprise when the Delta Strummers take the stage on Sunday, May 21 at the El Campanil Theatre. For its Ukulele Uprising II, the 60-strong orchestra promises an entertainment-filled afternoon with recognizable songs, fun and musical surprises, taking their instruments and music far beyond the norm.

Unprotected Electrical Circuit Hurts Firefighters in Antioch

Two firefighters battling a blaze in Antioch Sunday night were injured after being shocked by an unprotected electrical circuit, according to fire officials. Multiple fire crews were fighting the two-alarm house fire along the 3500 block of Blythe Drive around 10:30 p.m. when the firefighters were hurt, according to Contra Costa Fire Protection District Captain George Laing.

Antioch woman arrested after police chase turns deadly

An Antioch woman was arrested by Saturday in Concord on suspicion of vehicle theft, evading police, and vehicular manslaughter in connection with a chase that killed a Pittsburg woman, police said. The incident started in Clayton around 3:08 p.m. when police responded to the Clayton Station Shopping Center to reports of someone snooping around the parked cars.

Pittsburg woman dead after police car chase

A police chase in Concord on Saturday ended in the death of a 24-year-old Pittsburg woman who was the passenger in a stolen car being pursued by police, according to the Clayton Police Department . The chase began around 3 p.m. when Clayton police officers were dispatched to a report of a white female looking into vehicles at the Clayton Station Shopping Center .

BART: Board vote brings commuter rail closer to Brentwood

The potential home of a future eBART station in Brentwood won the unanimous endorsement of the BART Board of Directors this week. The board passed a resolution Thursday supporting the proposed Brentwood Transit Center and Mokelumne Trail Bridge, which could someday become part of the transit agency's eBART system.

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