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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
'Black Lightning' delivers a jolt of reality to CW's superhero lineup - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

The new year isn't even a month old, and a new superhero is charging onto the scene, smashing into the jam-packed universe already occupied by Superman, Batman, Thor, Wonder Woman and a seemingly endless parade of costumed crime fighters. But the producers of "Black Lightning," the new CW series based on the DC Comics character that launched Tuesday, have a broader agenda than creating another fantastic world where good battles evil.

Urban Remedy fetches $17 mln Series B

Point Richmond, California-based Urban Remedy , a provider of organic, non-GMO and fresh food products, has secured $17 million in Series B funding. The lead investor was 301 INC .

The CW's Black Lightning Electrifies the Superhero Genre With a Focus on Family, Not Fighting

The CW knows a thing or two about DC superhero shows, given the success of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. But the network threw away its usual superhero playbook for its latest series in the genre, Black Lightning, which premieres tonight.

Richmond: Author to discuss hidden history behind segregated cities

The process that led to segregated cities is not what most people think. That's the contention of author Richard Rothstein, who will present his case at a free talk at 2 p.m. Jan. 20 in the council chamber at City Hall, 440 Civic Center Plaza.

Protesters show support for immigrants at Richmond detention center

Members of the Let Our People Go organization gathered outside the West County Detention Facility, in support of those detained. KRON4's Camila Bernal spoke to activists who say detainees need to be given the opportunity to fight their civil cases from the outside.

Marin supervisor iffy on bike lane for Richmond bridge

A plan to put a bike lane on the westbound top deck of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is being questioned by a Marin supervisor who says using the space for vehicles makes more sense. Commuters should see some traffic relief when a third lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge opens on the bottom, eastbound deck, a move set for April that could happen as soon as next month, transportation officials said.

Burglary Suspect Arrested

A person suspected of several burglaries was arrested by Richmond officers in an example of successful cooperation between law enforcement and the community, police said. A Point Richmond homeowner surprised a suspect who was robbing the house Jan. 5, according to police.

Filmmaker endeavors to give life to legacy of murdered East Bay teen

Juan Miguel Chavez-Garcia sits between public defender Roberto Najera and interpreter Maria Munoz as his trial began Tuesday morning May 30, 1995 in Dept. 5 Contra Costa Superior Court in Martinez, CA.

Dorothy Calvetti Bryant February 8, 1930 - December 21, 2017

Editor's Note: The Berkeley Daily Planet was the enthusiastic beneficiary of Dorothy Bryant's many talents almost from our first print issue in the new millennium. . Searching the Planet archives on her name produces hundreds of links to articles by her and about her: click here to see them.

New lane designed to ease congestion on bridge could open as soon as next month.

Commuters should see some traffic relief when a third lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge opens, a move set for April that could happen as soon as next month if testing of systems proves successful, transportation officials said. As the economy has picked up, there are more vehicles on the road and the slowdown around the bridge in recent years has caused evening traffic to back up onto northbound Highway 101 and eastbound Interstate 580 in Marin, as well as southbound Highway 101.

'Coach Carter' Reunited With Former Students in Richmond

Long before Samuel L. Jackson played him on the big screen, the real "Coach Carter" was teaching his students the value of hard work and discipline at Richmond High School. On Thursday night, Ken Carter was reunited with his former students and players.

Debra McCoy Bennett

She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Wayne Bennett; grandson, Jacob Saul Cruz; parents, H.B. and Bernice McCoy; brothers, Herbert McCoy, Joe McCoy, Tommy McCoy, Ricky McCoy; sister, Dorothy Burr; and brother-in-laws, Charles Burr, Randy Cato, Danny Cato, Dennis Cato and Neil Cato.

African-American directory from 1942 now online

RICHMOND >> A rare artifact of African-American history on the West Coast that belonged to the descendant of a former slave has been digitized and is now online in searchable form for browsing or downloading. The Official California Negro Directory and Classified Buyers Guide, a 1942-43 publication by New Age Publishing, contains residential and business listings for California, Oregon and Washington.

Apparently, almost 2,000 people are going to Mac 'n Cheese

Homeroom: Choose from about a dozen versions at Oakland's mac + cheese haven, including the "Mac the Goat" -- made with tangy chevre, scallions and topped with crispy breadcrumbs and drizzled with olive oil . 400 40th St., Oakland.

Pedestrian on tracks dies after hit by Amtrak train in Richmond

Authorities did not immediately identify the person, who was hit around 3:55 a.m. on tracks a mile west of Richmond between Stege Avenue and Giant Highway, Amtrak spokeswoman Beth Toll said. Only a conductor and engineer were on board the Oakland-bound No.

Police blame fatal Richmond solo crash on speed, weather

One person died after a solo vehicle crash that appears to have been caused by speed and wet weather, police said Monday. Around 11:45 a.m., the department's traffic unit responded to the crash in southbound lanes of 22nd Street just south of Bissell Avenue, police said.

Newest Wall of Fame inductee is 'something special'

When Geri Richmond was a chemistry student at K-State, she walked into Professor Clifton Meloan's laboratory to conduct her first research assignment, Meloan said. To begin her work, Meloan opened up a drawer pointing out beakers, flasks and other scientific implements and asked her if she had any questions.

A glimpse into history: African-American directory from 1942 now available online

Homefront park outreach coordinator Betty Reid Soskin finds her family's name in the 1942-43 "Official California Negro Directory" in Richmond, Calif., on Wednesday, December 20, 2006. Soskin, a war era Rosie, was examining items of the period from the estate of George and Ida Johnson.

Park It: Park district holding two job fairs for youths

Job opportunities in the East Bay Regional Park District for youth ages 15 through 24 will be showcased at two job fairs this month. The first is on Jan. 20 at Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave. in Livermore.

Richmond to dedicate new park during King holiday service project

The city's 11th annual Day of Service in commemoration of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 15 will coincide the grand opening of Unity Park on the Richmond Greenway. Hundreds of volunteers are expected to participate in service projects such as plantings, mulching, and litter cleanup along the greenway, starting out from the entrance at South 16th Street and Ohio Avenue, between Ohio and Chanslor avenues.

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