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Richmond is located in western California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city was named in honor of the city in Virginia with the same name. The name was chosen by Edmund Randolph, a significant member of the Richmond community. Notable residents have included musician Les Claypool (Primus, Oysterhead), rapper Master P, who played in the NBA with the Charlotte Hornets and the Toronto Raptors.

Population: 99216
Local Newspapers: The Richmond Post Richmond Globe
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with richmond, california: 94801 94803 94804 94805 94806
Towns/Cities near richmond, california : San PabloRollingwood El Sobrante El Cerrito Pullman Tara Hills

Richmond News
South City rallies behind attacked student: School helps raise...

The South San Francisco school community is uniting to support a beloved local student recuperating after getting shot by suspected robbers just weeks before his graduation. More than $12,000 has been raised through an online fundraiser benefiting El Camino High School senior Carlos Arroliga, who also goes by Carlos Dimas, as he copes with shoulder and arm injuries suffered during a brutal attack earlier this month in Richmond.

Oakland proposes $1 million for teen in police sex scandal

The city of Oakland, California is proposing to pay nearly $1 million to the teen daughter of a police dispatcher who says she was sexually abused by officers. The teen, now 19, said Oakland Police officers exploited and victimized her while she was working as an underage prostitute.

Woman reports being sexually assaulted on BART train in East Bay

BART customers enter the North Berkeley station in this file photo. On Wednesday night, a woman reported that a man sexually battered her while on a train between the Richmond and North Berkeley stations.

East Bay community shows support for Sikhs

An El Sobrante community is coming together to stand up against hate and show their support for members of the Sikh faith. Many people came to the Sikh temple that aren't even of the Sikh faith.

Treadway: Vocal ensemble holding benefit show for ailing founder; Point Richmond garage sale is back

El Cerrito Soroptimist chapter President Melissa Arciniega and club member and El Cerrito Mayor Janet Abelson present Nexiah Whitson with The Violet Richardson Award. Current and former members of a Berkeley-based women's vocal group are donating their talents for a June 8 benefit concert in support of the ensemble's founder and director, who has been diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

How a forlorn playground became one of America's most innovative public spaces

From their windows in the Iron Triangle section of Richmond, Calif. - a place synonymous with violence and urban blight - Rita Cerda and several other longtime residents watched as a crazy-seeming woman in pigtails poked around the then-deserted playground in their midst.

89-year-old sows patches of color in Richmond, El Cerrito public spaces

People passing by Gil Patchett's home on Dimm Street are treated to an explosive blast of color from a garden made up of wildflowers. Patchett, an 89-year-old retired chemist, has become a kind of Johnny Appleseed of native plants in his neighborhood, having planted the growth along Key Boulevard and Kearney Street at the Ohlone Greenway in El Cerrito and in the triangle in the middle of intersection at Dimm and Barrett Avenue in Richmond.

Naps: Ita s time to embrace the afternoon snooze

None of us get enough rest and it could be keeping you from being your best at work during the day. The answer to fixing it may be something you used to do when you were a baby.

Exclusive: BART knew about emergency lighting failures months ago, records show

BART Assistant Chief Transportation Officer Paula Fraser sent this photo, among others, to BART maintenance staff showing Berkeley station with no emergency lighting during a blackout in May 2016. In May last year, Paula Fraser, BART's assistant chief transportation officer, sent an email to Jerry Lockett, a manager, with photos showing the Berkeley station during a blackout.

Senior apartment project breaks ground at Richmond site of Japanese nurseries

Ground has broken on Miraflores Senior Apartments, an 80-unit, nonprofit project on the former site of Japanese family-owned flower nurseries that survived beyond World War II. The project will occupy a single, two-story wood-frame structure, on a 1.56-acre parcel at 4855 Wall Ave. at South 49th Street just west of Interstate 80. All but one of the apartments will be one-bedroom, with a kitchen, living area and full bathroom, each totaling a little over 500 square feet, and will be accessible to people in wheelchairs.

Community groups, labor applaud new California refinery safety protections [The Pump Handle]

Former Mayor Gayle McLaughlin remembers the phone calls from that evening. It was August 6, 2012.

Work to start on housing complex on Richmond waterfront

Grading work is proceeding on a Point Richmond waterfront development that touts itself as "the impossible dream made real: peace, tranquility and luxury with a panoramic view of the Bay." Waterline , with 60 apartments and townhomes, is supposed to begin construction in the summer after almost five years in the approvals pipeline, according to a press release from developer Shea Homes.

Review: Why a Elephant Mana is NOT about one persona s deformities

Everyone loves to gawk at the Elephant Man. Joseph Merrick, a man with startlingly severe deformities in Victorian England, was displayed as a freakshow attraction until he was taken in to live at the London Hospital and become acquainted with high society.

Teen: Oakland cop coached her how to be good prostitute

An Alameda County Superior Court judge Thursday ordered a former Oakland police officer charged in a police-misconduct scandal to stand trial after saying the officer behaved "like a pimp" in his dealings with a teen prostitute. Judge Thomas Rogers chastised Brian Bunton , saying Bunton was "compromised" after having sex with a teen because she knew he was an officer and could ask for favors in exchange for her keeping quiet.

2 men sent to prison for hate-crime attack on East Bay Sikh man

Maan Singh Khalsa, 41, was attacked by a group of men in Richmond last month. Khalsa said the man cut his hair in the assault, which he keeps unshorn as a part of his Sikh religion.

CA approves new refinery safety rules 5 years after Chevron fire

Fire at the Chevron Refinery in Richmond, as seen from Tiburon, on August 6th, 2012. On Thursday, California regulators approved new refinery safety regulations inspired in part by the Chevron fire.

2 men convicted of hate crimes in Sikh man's assault

Two men were sentenced to three year-prison terms for assaulting a Sikh man in Northern California and admitting to hate crimes. Maan Singh Khalsa was dressed in traditional Sikh clothes driving to a religious ceremony in Richmond, California, in September when someone in a pickup truck threw a half-full beer can at his car.

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