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A suburb of the San Francisco Bay region Dublin is named after Dublin Ireland. The city is currently home to Sybase Inc and Washington Mutual Bank. Local landmarks include the Murray schoolhouse, Green's Store, and Old St. Raymond's Church, built in 1859. The show Mythbusters, from the Discover Channel, has filmed more than twenty five episodes in the Dublin area. The city also hosts an annual Saint Patrick's Day parade, bringing in visitors from the surrounding area.

Population: 50000
Local Newspapers: The Tri-Valley Herald
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Raiders and A's Sacramento Kings
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Zip Codes associated with dublin, california: 94568
Towns/Cities near dublin, california : Dougherty Pleasanton Radum Livermore

Dublin News
Report: I-580 in Pleasanton continues to see less congestion than in past

The only freeway segment to make the top-10 congestion list for 2016 was the northbound I-680 afternoon commute from Crow Canyon Road to Contra Costa Boulevard. For the second year in a row, Interstate 580 through Pleasanton did not make the top 10 list of most congested Bay Area freeway segments, according to an annual ranking compiled by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

Reversal in decision to hold inmate arraignments in Dublin

Felony arraignments of in-custody inmates that had been moved to a new Dublin courthouse will be headed back to Oakland after a coalition spearheaded by the Alameda County public defender fought the move, officials said Tuesday. Public Defender Brendan Woods objected to the Dublin hearings because lower income family members of defendants from northern Alameda County faced lengthy commutes of up to 3 hours round-trip on BART to attend.

Texas Man Charged With Murdering Woman, 83, in San Lorenzo

A Texas man has been charged with murder for allegedly killing an 83-year-old woman in San Lorenzo at an independent senior living facility in unincorporated Alameda County two months ago, sheriff's officials said Monday. The victim, Ru Feng, was discovered conscious yet unresponsive on the lobby floor of the Kent Gardens facility on Kent Avenue in San Lorenzo at about 7:15 p.m. on July 16, according to sheriff's officials.

Plus: What's with the road diet that pushes parking spaces out into the street?

Q: The recently installed signs on Interstate 680 from Dublin to Walnut Creek indicate that either type of FasTrak toll tag device will work for the new express lanes. But the FasTrak website states that the FasTrak Flex is required.

BART mob robbery: Six victims sue transit agency over brazen attacks

At least six people, including a Dublin man and his family who were beaten during a mob robbery last spring aboard a BART train, are suing the transit agency for gross negligence, they announced Thursday. Rusty Stapp, his wife Patricia and daughter Amanda were assaulted April 22 when 50-60 teens jumped fare gates at the Coliseum station and rushed a Dublin-bound train.

Puppy readying for recovery after abuse leads to arrest

A young dog will get much-needed reconstructive surgery and time to recuperate after apparent abuse left her in need of emergency treatment, authorities said Tuesday. Allie, a nine-month-old pit bull puppy, arrived at a local veterinary hospital in serious condition after concerned citizens found her Monday, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.

Attorneys for Two Accused Sheriff's Deputies Want Cases Separated

Attorneys for two of the four current and former Alameda County sheriff's deputies who are charged with mistreating inmates at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin said today that they want their cases separated from the cases of the other two deputies. Collectively, current deputies Justin Linn, 23, of Tracy, Erik McDermott, 27, of Concord, Sarah Krause, 26, and former deputy Stephen Sarcos, 30, of Concord are charged with felony assault, conspiracy to obstruct justice and dissuading a witness.

Oakland cop busted for DUI on I-580 near Dublin

Bryan Budgin, 37, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol Wednesday night near Dublin, officials said. Bryan Budgin, 37, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol Wednesday night near Dublin, officials said.

Oakland PD officer arrested on suspicion of DUI on freeway in Pleasanton

Bryan Budgin, an officer with the Oakland Police Department, was arrested on suspicion of DUI and resisting arrest on I-580 in the Pleasanton area Wednesday night. An Oakland police officer was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and resisting arrest on Interstate 580 in the Pleasanton area late Wednesday night, according to the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.

Two female inmates on the run after walking out of Dublin federal prison

Anna Armstrong, 34, and Irene Mitchell, 37, walked away from the Federal Correctional Institution around 7:15 p.m. Monday, U.S. Marshals Service spokesman Frank Conroy said. Authorities released a photos of the women on Wednesday.

Hurricane Irma forces early pet evacuations to East Bay shelters

Wings of Rescue, based in Livermore, is set to fly 400 dogs and cat to safety ahead of Hurricane Irma. About 250 of the animals will be placed in East Bay shelters and will be available for adoption.

Anna Armstrong, 34, and Irene Mitchell, 37, have been on the run since Monday, authorities said.

Anna Armstrong, 34, and Irene Mitchell, 37, walked away from the Federal Correctional Institution around 7:15 p.m. Monday, U.S. Marshals Service spokesman Frank Conroy said. Authorities released a photos of the women on Wednesday.

Halloween retail hits the Bay Area

Spirit Halloween, the purveyor of Halloween costumes and accessories, has more than 30 stores planned for the Bay Area. It opened its store at 1675 Olympic Boulevard in Walnut Creek, Calif.

Stores like Spirit Halloween and Halloween City are opening for the fall season.

Spirit Halloween, the purveyor of Halloween costumes and accessories, has more than 30 stores planned for the Bay Area. It opened its store at 1675 Olympic Boulevard in Walnut Creek, Calif.

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On Story "Norman Lear - A Retrospective" Perhaps one of the most influential contributors to the landscape of situational comedies and progressive writing in Hollywood, Norman Lear transformed a genre known for play-it-safe humor into a platform for how Americans experience social issues. In this week's On Story, Lear remembers a few of his favorite episodes and how he created some of the most beloved characters in the history of television.

Attorney: Nomad 'Mule' released from jail after no charges filed

While Mule was in jail at Santa Rita, the organization Horses Healing Hearts, Inc. took care of his animal mule, Little Girl. Pictured from left to right: Melissa Austin, Laura Vaughn and Kelsey Aguirre The California nomad known as "Mule" was released from the Santa Rita Jail last Friday, with charges dropped right before his arraignment was scheduled to take place.

California Deputies Charged for Letting Inmates Toss Feces

A Northern California prosecutor has charged four sheriff's deputies with encouraging maximum-security prisoner to throw feces and urine at each other. This undated photo provided by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office shows Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Sarah Krause Krause is one of four Alameda County Sheriff's deputies arrested and accused of allowing a maximum-security prisoner to throw feces and urine at other inmates.

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