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During the 1930s, Hayward's Harry Rowell Rodeo Ranch attracted rodeo cowboys from all over, including western movie actors such as Slim Pickens. In the late 1950s, south Hayward saw an influx of Asian Americans from the Bay Area because of a developer's willingness to sell homes to them in a new housing development. This was noteworthy because of the housing discrimination against minorities in California at that time.

Population: 151300
Local Newspapers: Daily Review
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with hayward, california: 94541 94542 94544 94546 94552 94580
Towns/Cities near hayward, california : Cherryland Mt Eden San Lorenzo Fairview Castro Valley

Hayward News
Divided California watchdog agency reduces chairwoman's role...

The dome of the state Capitol glows in the early evening in Sacramento. The state panel overseeing campaign finance laws is divided in a power struggle.

Hayward man killed in officer-involved shooting fired first, Fremont police say

A Hayward man killed April 5 in an officer-involved shooting had fired several times at police before officers fired back, authorities said Thursday. Officials fleshed out a timeline, sharing additional information that police said was based on officer and witness accounts and still-unreleased in-car and body-camera footage.

Coalition Describes How 7.0 Quake In East Bay Could Kill Hundreds

If an earthquake larger then the 6.9-magnitude 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake struck directly below the city of Oakland on the Hayward fault line late this afternoon, what kind of havoc would it wreak? Roughly 2,500 people could get trapped in the rubble and require rescue. An estimated 800 could die and another 18,000 could be severely injured in a scenario presented today by the Haywired Coalition, which includes more than 50 public agencies and institutions like the University of California at Berkeley.

SeaBay Hires Nicole Tusa and Marshall Smith as Project Managers

Ms. Tusa will be focusing on the growing service division of the business, where the company is currently the general contractor for nearly a hundred facilities throughout the west coast. She brings fifteen years of construction experience in service, TI, and design build with mechanical contractors, while holding positions of Operations Manager, Project Coordinator, and Contracts Manager.

Report sees big San Francisco Bay Area earthquake impacts

OAKLAND >> A hypothetical magnitude 7 earthquake on the San Francisco Bay region's notorious Hayward fault could kill hundreds, injure thousands and cause $82 billion in property damage and business losses, according to a scenario created by a coalition of experts to help residents and policymakers prepare for and reduce disaster impacts. The "HayWired" scenario was released Wednesday, the 112th anniversary of the Great Quake of 1906 that ravaged San Francisco.

Area crime for Tuesday, Wednesday

Officers arrested a man on Tuesday night for allegedly stealing a car, a spokesperson for the Vallejo Police Department said. Officers located a 2011 Chrysler 300 on the 1000 block of Admiral Callaghan Boulevard around 5:40 p.m. and arrested its driver, Cameron Jermaine Jackson, 41, from Hayward.

"Free Urself Dance Party" for Prince fans

A group of diehard Prince fans have formed the organization Purple Playground, with 501C status and plans to raise money for music education programs in his honor. The group held a "Free Urself Dance Party" Wednesday night.

California lawmakers seek reparations for people sterilized by the state

Rosie Zaballos liked to host playtime tea parties and was sweet to everyone she met. But her older brother worried that the 16-year-old, whom her family described as "a little slow," might someday become pregnant.

First Look: Inside Picana s sizzling hot sister restaurant in Hayward

Shrimp and Grits is photographed at PLaYT Southern Sideways Bar and Restaurant on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, in Hayward, Calif. The dish has a borwn butter-worcestershire gravy, and fried okra.

Westfall Technik buys AMA Plastics Holding firm Westfall Technik Inc. ...

AMA Plastics operates 95 presses with clamping forces of 35-720 tons including 16 machines in an expandable ISO Class 8 clean room. The purchase more than doubles Westfall Technik's volume of injection molding machines as the firm continues its aggressive Southwest expansion in plastics processing, design, prototyping and toolmaking.

A Hayward man was fatally shot Saturday morning riding his motorcycle in East Oakland.

A 52-year-old Hayward man was fatally shot early Saturday while riding his motorcycle in East Oakland, police said. The shooting happened about 1 a.m. Saturday on 42nd Avenue near the on and off-ramps for I-880.

Motorcyclist fatally shot riding in East Oakland

A 52-year-old Hayward man was fatally shot early Saturday while riding his motorcycle in East Oakland, police said. The shooting happened about 1 a.m. Saturday on 42nd Avenue near the on and off-ramps for I-880.

Family of teen killed by police dispute version of what happened

Family and friends of 18-year-old Nathaniel Prasad of Hayward, Calif., who was fatally shot by seven Fremont police officers last week, held a vigil in his honor Thursday near the intersection where he died. They said they don't believe the police version that Prasad pointed a gun at officers after running from a traffic stop at Fremont Boulevard and Nicolet Avenue the evening of April 12. Police said Prasad fired at officers, noting three expended shell casings were found in a gun next to Prasad's body.

Deported veteran becomes US citizen after California pardon

Hector Barajas speaks to the media at a news conference outside the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office in downtown San Diego, Friday, April 13, 2018. Barajas, a decorated former U.S. Army paratrooper whose work on behalf of deported veterans drew widespread attention to his cause, became a U.S. citizen Friday, giving immigration advocates a rare reason to celebrate.

Future management of REACH Ashland Youth Center still to be decided

Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley wants to "slow the process down" on deciding the future management of the REACH Ashland Youth Center, saying more input is needed from the young people it serves. Miley announced the cautious approach Tuesday in a public letter, the same day that a community meeting was held at Eden United Church of Christ in unincorporated Hayward over the direction of the center at 16335 E. 14th St. "I have learned a lot from people who have been sharing their thoughts, ideas and stories with me and I continue to reshape my views as I listen," said Miley, who initially announced the Alameda County Sheriff's Office would take over running the center as of July from the county's Health Care Services Agency.

It's customer appreciation day, with complimentary scoops until 8 p.m.

"Look, Mom! Chocolate!" exclaims 9-year-old Arceli Alvarado of Hayward, right, to her mother Autumn at the annual Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry's in Jack London Square, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in Oakland, Calif. Hundreds lined up between noon and 8 p.m. for a free ice cream cone at the company's stores around the country.

Park It: Meet East Bay parks workers, learn what they do

From office staff to park rangers, from police and firefighters to nature educators, almost 800 devoted employees - even more in the summer - keep the East Bay regional parks open and safe for the public to enjoy. You can meet some of them and find out more about what they do during "Rangers and Rigs," a free special program from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 15 at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area in Pleasanton.

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