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Livermore is located in central California in Alameda County. It is part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The city was founded by William Mendenhall in 1835. It is named after Robert Livermore, Mendenhall's friend and a local rancher who settled nearby in the 1830s. Livermore is situated in the Livermore Valley, one of the oldest wine regions in California, and plays a essential role in the shaping of the wine industry of California. The first vineyards were planted by the Spanish missionaries in the late 1700s. After the 1840s settlers in the region continued planting grapes.

Population: 73345
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Examiner
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Las Positas College

Zip Codes associated with livermore, california: 94550
Towns/Cities near livermore, california : Pleasanton Asco Trevarno

Livermore 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.

Celebrating American Indian culture at Livermorea s Bankhead

For nearly four decades, the nobility and immediacy of American Indians have been central in the the life and lessons of Mary Puthoff. "Everybody thinks we're dead and gone," says the longtime Livermore resident and educator.

Children's theater presents 'James and the Giant Peach Jr.'

Pleasanton Civic Arts Stage Company is partnering with Bay Area Children's Theatre to open their 2017-18 season with Roald Dahl's popular children's tale, "James and the Giant Peach." "We chose this show because of the toe-tapping, can't-help-but-sing-along, heart-warming music of the Tony Award winning team of Pasek and Paul, as well as the creative opportunities for use of the ensemble throughout the entire show," BACT education director Annie Clark said.

Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival in Alameda

Alameda's west end - yes, that's the part right through the tube - is hosting a big street festival full of live music, beer, and good eats. From noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.

Hooked on books? Check out Friends of Pleasanton Library sale

Friends of the Pleasanton Library offers books for sale every day in its section of the library, as well as at its two big events each year. The next sale is set for Sept.

Benefetes: Indigo Girls open season at Livermore's Bankhead

With about 300 people and the Bankhead Theater as a backdrop Saturday night at the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center's 11th season opening gala, "Brilliance at the Bankhead," LVPAC Board Chair Jean King said Livermore has come alive. "When I first moved here, you could roll a bowling ball down First Street and not hit a thing," said King.

Sept. 7 Vallejo a&E Source: Nelson brings the gospel to the Empress

As much faith as Michael Nelson had - he is a preacher's kid - jumping out of the nest after his 1982 Hogan High School graduation and heading to Long Beach State University lacked anything close to a comfort zone. "I was scared to death," Nelson said.

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.

Halloween retailer hits the Bay Area

People may not have put away their sandals and shorts yet, but retailers in the Bay Area are pushing for fall. Spirit Halloween, purveyor of Halloween costumes and accessories, has more than 30 stores planned for the Bay Area, and most of those are now open, according to a list of California store openings provided by a Spirit Halloween spokesperson.

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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.

Heat in Marin and region wanes below record levels

A woman totes her shade Sunday at the Walnut Creek Farmer's Market. The temperature exceeded 100 degrees Sunday in Walnut Creek.

A second sweltering day as record-breaking heatwave steams up Bay Area

For the second day in a row, a record setting heatwave will continue to pummel the Bay Area through the weekend with forecasters again predicting triple digits today in some unfortunate cities. There's no relief from the roasting for Livermore residents where the mercury could go as high as 116.

Power grid officials ask public to cut electrical use due to heat

KTVU's Steve Paulson says there is an excessive heat warning for much of the Bay Area today with cities like Livermore possibly reaching 116 degrees. California energy officials are asking residents tempted to blast air conditioners during the heat wave Friday to cut back on electricity use.

The Latest: California braces for triple-digit temperatures

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, left, comes to the aid of an unidentified man who collapsed in downtown Los Angeles Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. The temperature in downtown Los Angeles shot past 90 degrees early in the day and a spectator collapsed just as Mayor Eric Garcetti was about to start a late-morning ceremony to mark the reopening of the city's historic Angels Flight funicular railroad.

California braces for severe heat wave through Labor Day

Dozens of cooling centers opened throughout California, schools let students out early and outdoor events were canceled as temperatures soared from a heat wave expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. In normally cool and foggy San Francisco, temperatures are forecast to reach 96 degrees on Friday, well above the city's 90-degree record set for this day in 1950.

Suspected DUI driver removed from overturned car that sparked fire in Livermore

An allegedly drunk driver is being treated at a trauma center for injuries that are serious but not life-threatening after his car went off the road on Interstate Highway 580 in Livermore, overturned and started a brush fire early Friday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. Officers who responded to the single-car crash on eastbound Highway 580 at North Flynn Road at about 1:25 a.m. today found a car about 200 feet down the hillside, CHP spokesman Officer Derek Reed said.

Where to escape the Bay Area's heat this weekend

Livermore, which is expected to hit an all-time record 115 degrees on Saturday, cancelled its annual wine-tasting celebration out of concerns that all that sun-baked swirling and spitting could lead to a situation that might be described as "oaky and robust with traces of red-hot chili peppers and scalding water with just a hint of flame retardant." For the rest of us, here are ways for you to maybe and if you're really lucky escape the ravages of this dangerous heat wave: : Asked where the lowest temperatures will be this weekend, meteorologist Scott Rowe with the National Weather Service knew the answer practically without thinking.

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