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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
MacArthur BART Station Reopens After Major Medical Emergency

The MacArthur BART Station was temporarily closed Tuesday morning due to a major medical emergency, BART spokesman Jim Allison said. An operator of a BART train traveling from Richmond to Fremont around 10:30 a.m. reported that a person was on the tracks under the train, Allison said.

Donald Trump Impeachment: Is It Already in the Works?

From the moment the Donald Trump was sworn in as 45th President of the United States, his opponents began looking forward to the day when the Donald would be unceremoniously removed from office. Vegas casinos have been offering Trump impeachment odds since before the inauguration - and these days the numbers send a clear message: In order for you to cash in on an impeachment wager, Trump doesn't actually have to be removed from office.

Dan Liljenquist: Going bankrupt slowly and then suddenly

In Ernest Hemmingway's timeless classic "The Sun Also Rises," a man asks his friend, "How did you go bankrupt?" His friend replies, "Gradually and then suddenly." That's the way with bankruptcy.

Albany/El Cerrito/Kensington briefs: El Cerrito man pleads guilty in...

Albany and El Cerrito residents have until the Feb. 27 deadline to apply for seismic upgrade rebates of up to $3,000. An El Cerrito man pleaded guilty Feb. 14 to aggravated identity theft and conspiring to steal government funds, according to an announcement from U.S. Attorney Brian J. Stretch and Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Stuart M. Goldberg of the Justice Department's Tax Division.

Jail Expansion Plan Is a 'Slap in The Face' For Richmond

Richmond's fight to prevent a $95 million jail expansion at the West County Detention Facility continued on Tuesday, with the City Council authorizing an opposition letter to be sent to the state board that has the power to approve funding for the project. Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay will now draft the letter and send it to the California Board of State and Community Corrections, which must grant $70 million in order for the expansion to move forward.

Richmond, California Approves Trump Impeachment Resolution

And Richmond, California has become the first U.S. city to call for an investigation into whether to impeach President Donald Trump. Tuesday's resolution, approved by the Richmond city council, states Trump is in violation of the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution, which prohibits people holding federal office from accepting payments from foreign governments.

Priced out: Rent control becomes focus of Sacramento town hall on housing

During a town hall meeting at the Memorial Auditorium last week, a number of residents told central city Councilman Steve Hansen that the state capital needs rent stabilization before any more people are displaced by rising prices. The stabilization movement has spawned two showdowns in the Bay Area, after voters in Richmond and Mountain View passed ballot initiatives capping year-to-year rent increases at the rate of inflation.

In-depth: Marijuana equity in the "Green Rush"

It is an economic influx that could be a big boost for the City of Oakland, which for years has been seen as the Bay Area's nexus of pot-based business. But now, there are fears that the city has been falling behind as it tackles how to make sure communities of color don't get left behind during the green rush.

Muslim Author Unveils the Left's Cyber Jihad Against Trump and His Supporters

And make sure to watch Jamie say: Thank You President Trump for the Travel Ban, expressing a heartfelt appreciation for a leader set on protecting America and American lives: Jamie Glazov is Frontpage Magazine's editor. He holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialty in Russian, U.S. and Canadian foreign policy.

San Pablo names another interim police chief

After less than a month on the job, acting Police Police Chief Gene Alameda is stepping down. He will be replaced with former Police Chief Walt Schuld who retired from the agency in May 2014, after 32 years with the department.

Richmond cherishes the old, welcomes the new

City laying on special luncheon for long-time residents, while non-profit opens it arms with job fair for new immigrants A Newcomer Welcome Party and job fair this Saturday hopes to help reduce barriers to employement for some of Richmond's newest residents. A Newcomer Welcome Party and job fair this Saturday hopes to help reduce barriers to employement for some of Richmond's newest residents.

Richmond: Bus driver placed man under citizen's arrest for allegedly hitting her

A bus driver arrested a disorderly passenger after he hit her while she was driving, according to a Contra Costa Sheriff deputy's police report. The Valentine's Day arrest was made public this week in sheriff records.

Richmond City Leaders Want Trump to Be Investigated

Protesters against President Donald Trump hold "This is Very Bad" sign during inauguration protests. The Richmond City Council will on Tuesday consider a resolution calling on the U.S. Congress to investigate whether President Donald Trump's numerous business holdings are in violation of the Constitution and warrant his impeachment.

Winter storms pour pollution into San Francisco Bay, Delta

Ilana Peterson, of Berkeley, appreciates the view after a morning swim in the chilly water off of Keller Beach in Richmond, Calif., on Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. Big storms this winter have washed debris into the Bay and Delta, making conditions challenging for swimmers.

Commentary: Jail proposal is about neither expansion nor immigrants

It's time to calm the rhetoric, ease off the politics and correct the misinformation around immigration enforcement and the proposed new jail facility in Contra Costa County. My oath as sheriff compels me to make the best public safety decisions for the entire county, even in the face of scorn and ridicule from among those I am sworn to protect.

DiaCarta Receives CE-IVD for its Non-Invasive Colorectal Cancer Test - ColoScapeTM Real-Time PCR Kit

Designed to aid colorectal cancer diagnosis, ColoScapeTM offers high sensitivity and accuracy of detection for clinically validated CRC mutations in DNA extracted from solid tumor, plasma or stool samples. Approved for in vitro diagnostic use in Europe, ColoScapeTM utilizes DiaCarta's patented XNA-based clamping technology to detect 20 proprietary DNA mutation markers from 4 oncogenes with unprecedented sensitivity.

Marin faces wet weekend with more rain on the way

The commute into Marin on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge was sluggish early Friday as rain and wind swept back into the area. Westbound traffic crawled on Interstate 580 just before the bridge toll plaza due to an accident that blocked two lanes.

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