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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
Richmond: Group offering traffic ticket amnesty program

Bay Area Legal Aid is holding a one-day traffic ticket amnesty program aimed at helping motorists clear up speeding tickets and reinstate drivers' licenses. The clinic will be held 2 to 6 p.m. March 29 at the Richmond Recreation Center, 3230 Macdonald Ave. DUI violations and parking tickets are not accepted.

Richmond: Fugitive suspect arrested in 2016 homicide

Persistence paid off for detectives who arrested a second suspect who went on the run after a fatal shooting just over a year ago, police said this week. Around 6 p.m. on March 10, 2016, police received a ShotSpotter report of numerous gunshots in the 100 block of West Macdonald Avenue.

A roadside memorial, a grieving father, and a company that helped

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Gustava Bennett-Burrus and Novelean Harris built community in North Richmond

Novelean Harris at her beauty salon, with Alice Harper, beautician and customer Aquilla Scott, Thursday, April 12, 2007. Gustava Bennett-Burrus, 97, stands with the rest of the Richmond High graduates as she waits for the graduation ceremony to start at the Richmond Civic Center on Saturday June 14, 2003 in Richmond, Calif.

Richmond college readiness program seeks volunteers

ServiceWorks, a national youth development program, is seeking volunteers to work as success coaches, mentors, workshop facilitators and recruiters to help develop leadership skills among young people. Participants will work with youths age 16 to 24 to address barriers they face to youth economic opportunity in Richmond.

Martinez: Protesters again call on sheriff to change stance on immigration

About 45 people joined Wednesday outside, and inside, the Contra Costa County administration building, protesting Sheriff David Livingston's cooperation with federal immigration authorities and his opposition to a proposed state law that would make that cooperation more difficult. The protesters, from all over Contra Costa and from various immigrants-rights and union groups, gathered at noon also to protest the county's cooperation with the federal authorities to house detainees taken in local raids.

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Hello Kitty Truck rolls into Richmond on Saturday

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck has been traveling nationwide since its debut at the 2014 Hello Kitty Con, a convention for fans of the iconic character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio. The truck has made stops in major cities from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles.

Out loud: Elif Batuman, author of - The Idiot'

Elif Batuman, author of "The Possessed: Adventures With Russian Books and the People Who Read Them" , was working on a book inspired by a Chekhov character who describes himself as having two distinct lives. "One is the open one that everyone can see, and the other one is running its course in secret," Batuman said by phone, "and somehow, through some chain of circumstances, maybe by accident, everything that's meaningful to him is in the second life, and everything that is like a facade that he uses to hide the truth is in the first life, the public one."

Rosie the Riveter finally gets national day of recognition

Now, seven decades after World War II ended, a surviving handful of the women who marched into factories and shipyards, redefining workplace gender roles to help keep America's military assembly lines running, were Tuesday as part of a National Rosie the Riveter Day celebration. "Well it's about time," said Marian Sousa, 91, of El Sobrante, California, who worked as a "draftsman" creating blueprints for warships at the Kaiser Shipyard during the 1940s.

Richmond: Training to respond to toxic chemical releases

Dan Linstad, of Richmond Fire, tightens down the bracket as he practices capping a leaking valve at a training event put on by The Chlorine Institute in Richmond, Calif., on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Participants from various agencies, including Richmond Fire and Contra Costa County Fire, got hands-on training practicing methods used to cap chlorine leaks in small cylinders, 1-ton tanks and rail cars.

Rosie the Riveters celebrate their day, and an undertold aspect of their legacy

A number of Rosie the Riveters and others gather for the planting of a rose bush at the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center in Richmond, Calif. on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.

Behold SF's Newest High-Speed Ferry, Hydrus, Christened Today

The San Francisco Bay Ferry fleet has just received the first of seven shiny new ferry boats, called Hydrus , which is getting a Champagne christening Tuesday in advance of its first passenger trips in April. The high-speed catamaran is on display currently at Pier 9, as ABC 7 shows us , and it has a capacity for 445 passengers - or, as The Point blog recently said , 400 passengers and 50 bicycles.

Richmond: Rosie the Riveter getting national day of recognition on March 21

This coming Tuesday, March 21, is officially the first ever American Rosie the Riveter Day, a nationwide observance honoring the women who worked in defense roles on the World War II home front, breaking barriers and reshaping the modern workforce. The national recognition will be marked locally at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Rosie the Riveter World War II Home Front National Historical Park visitors center, 1414 Harbour Way South with an appearance by six of the women who worked in the Richmond shipyards .

Womena s History Month: Rosie the Riveters on how they got things done

From left, Kay Morrison, Marian Sousa, Agnes Moore, Priscilla Elder, Marian Wynn and Phyllis Gould, women who worked to support the effort during WW II, are photographed at the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center in Richmond, Calif. on Friday, March 10, 2017.

IAMSU! announces April 28 performance at El Rey Theatre

This spring, Richmond, California-hailing hip-hop star Iamsu! will be bringing his Spring Bling tour to Los Angeles. This April, Iamsu! will headline the show at Los Angeles, California's El Rey Theatre.

Family of I-80 shooting victim raise funds for funeral with basketball tournament

A special basketball tournament was held on Saturday in honor of a 24-year-old man who was shot dead on Interstate-80 in Richmond. The basketball tournament was a fundraiser hosted by family at Contra Costa College in San Pablo to raise funds for Demarcus Doss' funeral expenses.

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