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About: antioch, california

Located just east of the San Francisco Bay, Antioch residents are known to commute to neighboring Sacramento, San Francisco and Oakland for their jobs. During the 1800s, coal, copper and oil were all pursued when first discovered there, but no long-term benefits resulted. Founded in 1980, Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge was the first national wildlife refuge in the country created to protect endangered plants and insects.

Population: 100219
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Western Career College Carrington College California Antioch Contra Costa Medical Career College

Zip Codes associated with antioch, california: 94509
Towns/Cities near antioch, california : Oakley Brentwood Newlove Neroly Los Medanos Rio Vista Knightsen

Antioch News
Antioch: Armed carjacking suspect arrested Friday night after brief pursuit

Crime scene tape is seen forming part of a large perimeter around a crime scene where Fremont police fatally shot a man they say pulled a gun on officers on Thursday, April 5, 2018. A 19 year old suspect was arrested and booked for armed carjacking and other charges in Antioch on Friday night after a brief pursuit from the police, according to the Antioch Police Department.

XO Fest in Antioch Already Being Called 'The Next Fyre Festival'

Last year, Fyre Festival made headlines for failing on its promise of a luxury music festival experience in the Bahamas. Instead of high-end accommodations, jet skis and headlining sets by Blink 182, Tyga and Desiigner, attendees faced refugee-like conditions , cancelled performances and food shortages.

Photos: 2018 Contra Costa County Fair

Natasha Kaluza, of El Sobrante, performs with hula hoops during opening day of the Contra Costa County Fair in Antioch, Calif., on Thursday, May 17, 2018. The fair features a carnival midway and rides, three music stages, livestock exhibits, an arts & agriculture Pavilion, farm animals, roller derby, chainsaw artists, exotic animals and much more.

County education office sends third letter to Clayton Valley Charter over Brown Act, staffing issues

The Contra Costa County Office of Education has issued its third letter in two days to Clayton Valley Charter High School on the heels of the departure of three top administrators. The letter sent to the school Thursday questioned how the school will fill three vacant roles after the departures of its executive director, chief program officer and chief innovation officer this week, in addition to anticipated vacancies.

Cameras on I-880 won't catch carpool cheaters - for now: Roadshow

Traffic moves along southbound Interstate 880 past Dixon Landing Road in Milpitas, Calif., headed towards the Highway 237 interchange on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Some newcomers mention the traffic as one of the things they dislike about living in the Bay Area.

Contra Costa County Clean Slate Day set for May 19 in Antioch

This Saturday is Clean Slate Day in Antioch that allows individuals to apply for and receive a reduction or dismissal of a prior conviction. The Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office, Public Defender's Office and Antioch Police Department are co-hosting Saturday's event.

State of the City: Mayor Wright, Chief Brooks report on achievements, future of Antioch

Mayor Wright shared this satellite map of Antioch and the surrounding area during his remarks to show all the open space in and near Antioch, compared to the small Sand Creek area planned for new homes. Source: Google Maps "We want this to be the place that people want to live, not move away from."

Clear a conviction and get a job, home or education at "Clean Slate Day" in Antioch

Local and Contra Costa County law enforcement and public defenders are hosting an event to help residents clear their criminal records and open their paths to jobs, housing and school. On Saturday residents who have a misdemeanor or felony conviction on their record can get a free copy of their criminal record and potentially dismiss convictions, reduce felonies to misdemeanors and get help turning their life around.

On Tap: Catch play 'If These Walls Could Talk' in Antioch

CJ Productions will present "If These Walls Could Talk" at 6 p.m. May 26 at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. As the story goes, Mother Mabel Blackstone is a Bible class teacher at "Truth Not Tradition Fellowship Church." She has taken five women under her wings whom she believes could benefit from some additional love.

Vehicle crash near Deer Valley High School in Antioch brings medical helicopter.

Emergency crews called for a medical helicopter Friday to help more than one person seriously injured in a vehicle crash, a dispatcher from the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said. The exact number of injured people was not known immediately, but early reports suggested as many as four people were involved.

Two more charter schools get approved in Antioch

The East Bay Tech Academy Antioch Middle School and High School were approved in a 3-to-2 vote on Wednesday night. Trustees Debra Vinson, Walter Ruehlig and Crystal Sawyer-White voted to approve the petition with Diane Gibson-Gray and Gary Hack dissenting.

First big pieces of new bridge placed over North Fork Tuolumne River

Workers on a pier support for a new bridge over the North Fork Tuolumne River give directions to a crane operator trying to guide the first 13-ton girder for the structure into place before 8:15 a.m. Thursday. Part of the year-long $16 million to $17 million project is to replace the obsolete bridge just upstream from the new one.

Video sought in fatal East County hit-and-run investigation

The California Highway Patrol says it hopes home security system video from residents can help crack last week's fatal hit-and-run collision. Just after 7 a.m. Saturday, CHP Contra Costa officers learned of a possible body lying off the roadway near the 14000 block of Highway 4 just west of Bixler Road.

Antioch School Board approves charter middle, high school academies on split votes

At their regular meeting on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, after over five-and-a-half hours of public comments, discussion and debate, the Antioch School Board of Trustees approved the charter petitions for both the East Bay Tech Middle School Academy and High School Academy on 3-2 votes. Board Vice President Crystal Sawyer-White and Trustee Walter Ruehlig were joined by Trustee Debra Vinson in approving the schools, while Board President Gary Hack and Trustee Diane Gibson-Grey voted no, as expected.

Pittsburg City Council looks to sell golf course to developer, despite public poll

City Council members directed staff to explore options to sell off half of the Delta View Golf Course to a developer, despite a public poll in which the voters chose three other options over the economic development option. Despite significant public testimony in favor of either a golf course or a multi-sports recreation facility, City Council members unanimously approved selling 75 to 100 acres of the 175-acre course to a developer.

Illegal use of disabled parking placards is a huge problem.

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Climate change ruining California's environment, report warns

People lounge and play in Contra Loma Swim Lagoon to escape the 100 degree heat June 21, 2017 in Antioch, Calif. People lounge and play in Contra Loma Swim Lagoon to escape the 100 degree heat June 21, 2017 in Antioch, Calif.

Assemblyman Frazier's bill to waive property taxes for disabled veterans

A bill to exempt fully disabled veterans from property taxes was passed unanimously through the state's Veterans Affairs Committee on Tuesday. Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Discovery Bay, authored the bill, known as AB 3209, which expands current law that provides a property tax exemption on the first $100,000 of a home owned by a fully disabled veteran, or $150,000 for low-income fully disabled veterans.

Lotto player in Antioch wins almost $600,000

Someone who bought a MEGA Millions state lottery game ticket at a gas station here can fill up their bank account after winning more than a half-million dollars in the Friday draw, officials said. The ticket, worth $570,123, was sold at the 76 station, 4649 Golf Course Road.

Ca Assembly Hearing On Automated Vehicle Safety To Be...

Automated vehicle safety will be spotlighted Monday at a hearing by the Assembly Transportation Committee, chaired by Assemblyman Jim Frazier, whose district includes Brentwood and Antioch. The hearing, which is informational only, will address balancing the safety benefits and concerns of driverless vehicles, and will be livestreamed.

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