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San Leandro is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a suburb of Oakland and nearby San Francisco. It was once the county seat of Alameda County in 1856, but when the country courthouse was destroyed in a devastating 1868 earthquake, the country seat was moved to the town of Brooklyn in 1872. Notable residents of San Leandro include drummer David Silveria (Korn) and professional golfer Tony Lema.

Population: 79452
Local Newspapers: San Leandro Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Carrington College

Zip Codes associated with san leandro, california: 94577 94578 94579
Towns/Cities near san leandro, california : South Stonehurst UpperBal Mulford Grass Valley Ashland

San Leandro News
San Leandro: Train derails at low speed

A train derailed at a low speed this morning in San Leandro, Alameda County Fire Department officials said. The derailment was reported by fire officials on Twitter at 11:12 a.m. at Williams Street.

Photo: Workers from Solar City install photovoltaic panel

Workers from Solar City install photovoltaic panels on the roof of a house on Dec. 9, 2013, in San Leandro, Calif. The company, owned by Tesla, relies on monthly payments from solar panel customers.

Honoring Sister Makinya Sibeko-Kouate, Queen Mother of Kwanzaa, who...

Sister Makinya Sibeko-Kouate , nA©e Harriett Smith, was born to Turner Smith and Willette Edythe Parker Smith in San Leandro, California, on July 1, 1926, her parents' only child. She attended kindergarten at Cole School in Oakland, then moved to South Berkeley, where she attended Berkeley Public Schools, among them, Longfellow Elementary School.

Community news: Hayward trails closed because of storms

"We'll have to wait until the rains stop and we can get in there and do a good assessment of what repairs are needed. But there are slides, and the trails are not safe," said Dan Giammona, parks superintendent for the district.

Hail storms pelt the Peninsula

The city of Pacific was hit by the pea-sized pieces of ice around 3:30 p.m., residents said.

Crash into BART pillar kills East Bay man

A San Leandro man died in a one-car crash in West Oakland on Monday night near the city's main post office, police said. Tomas Rossi, 49, died at the scene after appearing to crash the white sedan he drove into a pillar near a BART station in the 1600 block of Seventh Street as he approached Willow Street around 10:24 p.m., Oakland police spokesman Officer Marco Marquez said in a statement.

Energy Recovery, Inc. (ERII) Upgraded to "Hold" at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Based in San Leandro, California, ENERGY RECOVERY, INC. is a leading global developer and manufacturer of highly efficient energy recovery devices utilized in the water desalination industry.

San Leandro: Crash brings down power lines, closes portion of road

A traffic crash involving an undisclosed number of cars brought down power lines and caused a one-mile stretch of street to be closed Monday morning, police said. The crash happened in the area of Doolittle Drive between Williams and Davis streets, and police shut down that entire portion of Doolittle Drive to investigate.

California renews push to promote environmental literacy in schools

In Clinton Huey's 6th-grade science class at Bancroft Middle School in San Leandro just south of Oakland, students have made their own carbon dioxide, measured the acid content of car exhaust, created greenhouse gas models from plastic bottles, charted sea-level rise since 700 A.D. and built wind generators – all in a quest to understand climate change. "To me, this is the single biggest issue facing humanity," Huey said, referring to climate change.

FDR issued an executive order sending Japanese Americans to internment camps - 75 years ago

Fred Korematsu at his home in San Leandro, Calif., in 1996. An executive order sent him and other Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II.

Hayward: Life, job skills on The Mocha Cafe menu

On the Hayward Adult School campus, tucked away down a dimly lit hall, there is a place where simple life lessons are taught. Those lessons begin around 8 a.m. Monday through Friday, when the 13 students in Glenn Parado's job transition program file into their classroom: a makeshift coffee shop called The Mocha Cafe, set up next to the Hayward Adult School bookstore.

Roadshow: Hitting a Bay Area pothole cost us $900 in repairs

Q You should warn readers about the dangers of potholes this time of the year. Last week we were entering Interstate 280 from Sand Hill Road when we hit a major pothole that shredded both tires on the right side of our car and cracked the right rear rim.

San Leandro: Police release photo of van involved in fatal road-rage incident

Police urged the public Thursday to help investigators find a van and motorist that were involved in a fatal road-rage incident Sunday night. San Leandro police asked for the public's help with identifying a van and motorist connected to a fatal road-rage that happened around 9:45 p.m. Sunday on Marina Boulevard.

Police searching for white van in San Leandro road rage slaying

Police in San Leandro are searching for a modified white van that may be connected to a road rage shooting that left a father of two dead Sunday. Police in San Leandro are searching for a modified white van that may be connected to a road rage shooting that left a father of two dead Sunday.

San Leandro police release photo of man suspected of attempted kidnapping

Police released a photo Thursday of a Southern California man who was arrested on suspicion of attempting to kidnap a woman last year. James Jenkins, 43, of Laguna Nigel, is suspected of trying to kidnap a woman who was walking on Washington Avenue in July 2016.

Cops ID driver shot dead possible San Leandro road-rage incident

A man shot and killed Sunday in San Leandro while driving a car with his girlfriend and two children inside, including his 4-month-old son, was identified Tuesday by police, who are investigating the death as a possible road-rage incident. Wardell Taliaferro , 45, of San Leandro died in the parking lot of Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Medical Center , police said.

SF Beer Week kicks off with sour suds and pinball madness

Andrey Tselikov, left, and Slava Romanovsky, right, sample beer Sour Sunday, held at Berkeley's Triple Rock Brewery on Feb. 12. Bay Area beer lovers are doing some delightful heavy lifting, raising frosty mugs and pints to celebrate the 10-day SF Beer Week 2017 . Each day is packed with a dizzying array of suds-soaked events, including beer floats at Sunnyvale's Nom Burger, an IPA Overdose at San Francisco's Liquid Gold and a Decompression Session at San Leandro's Drake's Brewing Co.

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