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Colonel Jonathan Stevenson bought the Rancho Los Medanos land grant to construct a town which he named New York Landing. When coal was discovered nearby, the town changed its name to Black Diamond, after a mining firm. In 1911 citizens of the town voted to change the name to Pittsburg in honor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The name was selected because of the relationship that the city had with the steel building industry.

Population: 56769
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly Brentwood News
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Local Colleges: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers

Zip Codes associated with pittsburg, california: 94565
Towns/Cities near pittsburg, california : Bay Point Los Medanos McAvoy Diamond Cornwall

Pittsburg News
Pittsburg man charged with leading multi-state human trafficking ring

A 32-year-old man who'd been on the lam for months is in custody facing numerous felony charges, including human trafficking and kidnapping. The arrest of Hilario Martinez followed a three-month Pittsburg police investigation, plus another seven months of searching for Martinez, until he was arrested May 2 following a police chase.

Motorcyclist killed in Bay Point motorcycle crash identified

A motorcyclist killed in a collision with a car on Sunday has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's Office. Kenneth Jasper Jr., 32, of Pittsburg died at the scene of the crash on Alves Lane around 1:50 p.m., the California Highway Patrol said.

5 In Custody After High-Speed Chase

Five teenagers are in custody after a high-speed chase through Contra Costa County and into Alameda County that ended with a crash but no injuries early this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. Officers in two separate cars patrolling on westbound state Highway 4 east of Railroad Avenue in Pittsburg around 3:30 a.m. saw a Corvette and an Audi SUV racing at speeds of 120 mph, according to the CHP.

Opinion: Every child in our country should sleep in a warm bed

Amanda Goree, right, adds some pepper to a chicken, potatoe and corn dinner for Amari Goree,7, at the Warm Winter Nights shelter set up at St. John Vianney Catholic Church as they sit down together for dinner with family members Armand Taylor, 11, Michael Taylor, and Amara Taylor, 5, in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Tuesday, Jan.17, 2017. "We have a lot of people in our corner" said Michael Taylor, in reference to all the volunteers that have helped his family.

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.

BART to Antioch is part of a widening project to expand Highway 4 between Pittsburg and Brentwood.

East Bay, where trains are being tested too, BART's first ever diesel line will open May 26 to Antioch, and studies are almost complete on a possible long-awaited diesel connection to Livermore in the median of Interstate 580. Testing of the Berryessa extension is a big step by the Valley Transportation Authority, which is overseeing BART construction within Santa Clara County.

Driver Accused Of Fleeing From Traffic Stop, Injuring Chp...

A woman charged with a slew of felonies for allegedly dragging a California Highway Patrol officer as he clung to the side of her vehicle after she fled from a traffic stop last week in San Francisco pleaded not guilty to all charges this morning in court. Nicole Wade, 33, of Pittsburg, entered the plea as more than a dozen CHP officers watched in court, including the officer she's accused of injuring.

Many honored at annual NAACP East County Branch scholarship and awards banquet

On Saturday, April 28, the East County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held its annual Image and Scholarship Awards Banquet at the Lone Tree Golf and Event Center in Antioch. Victoria Adams, President, East County NAACP welcomed everyone in attendance before speaking to the importance of the organization's mission to future generations.

Contra Costa supervisors ask for testing on possible radioactive soil

Contra Costa County Supervisors have called for additional soil testing after allegations that potentially radioactive soil was shipped to a landfill near Pittsburg. The issue has come back into the spotlight after allegations that soil tests at the Hunter's Point superfund site in San Francisco, a former naval base, was fabricated and this soil was then trucked to landfills across the state, including Keller Canyon landfill near Pittsburg.

Pittsburg woman drives off with officer partially inside car, CHP says

A Pittsburg woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder last week after she drove intoxicated with a child inside while an officer was hanging onto her car, according to the California Highway Patrol. Nicole Wade, 33, was arrested around 5 p.m. April 27 in the wake of a traffic stop on the Bay Bridge that started when she handed over an ID card that wasn't hers, then began to walk back to her car when a CHP officer asked her for more information about her identity, police said.

The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

A 29-year-old Concord resident was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations. He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.

CHP officer dragged a thousand feet on SF freeway

A California Highway Patrol officer who was dragged 1,000 feet by a motorist near the approach to the Bay Bridge is recovering from minor injuries, officials said Saturday. A California Highway Patrol officer who was dragged 1,000 feet by a motorist near the approach to the Bay Bridge is recovering from minor injuries, officials said Saturday.

Officials call for investigation of alleged radioactive soil at Pittbsurg landfill

Local officials and agencies have called for an investigation into potentially radioactive soil shipped from a Navy superfund site in San Francisco to Keller Canyon landfill. Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal Glover has called on the county to investigate allegations that soil shipped to the Keller Canyon Landfill on Bailey Road was potentially radioactive.

Library Lines: Free Comic Book Day at library

Local comic book retailer Joe Field from Flying Colors Comics in Concord suggested having a comic book day back in 2001, and the industry jumped on the opportunity. Starting in May 2002 the industry and local stores have offered free comic books once a year as a way to generate interest in the genre.

Unlicensed teen driver caused Petaluma crash that killed scientist

Petaluma police and fire crews respond to the scene of a fatal crash involving at least six vehicles on Lakeville Highway at the South McDowell Extension and Pine View Way in Petaluma Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Petaluma police and fire crews respond to the scene of a fatal crash involing at least 6 vehicles on Lakeville Hwy at the South McDowell Extention and Pine View Way in Petaluma Tuesday, April 24, 2018.

Driver in crash that killed biologist was unlicensed

An unlicensed 19-year-old Pittsburg man said he did not get much sleep the night before a fatal collision involving seven vehicles on Lakeville Highway in Petaluma on Tuesday, according to police. Javier Rodriguez Lopez, the driver of a Chevrolet Silverado, and his 50-year-old father, a passenger, were traveling west on Lakeville Highway around 7:15 a.m. when the Silverado crossed solid, double-yellow lines, Petaluma police said.

Service To 2 New Bart Stations Will Debut Next Month

A BART extension to two new stations in Pittsburg and Antioch will debut with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free preview rides on May 25, transit agency officials said Wednesday. FILE-- A BART extension to two new stations in Pittsburg and Antioch will debut with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free preview rides on May 25, transit agency officials said Wednesday.

Richmond homicide: Man shot at Stop & Shop is identified

The shooting took place in the parking lot of the Stop & Shop convenience store at 800 Carlson Blvd. The suspect approached the parking lot on foot and started shooting at two men, according to Richmond police. He then fled on foot, running north on Carlson.

Pittsburg: Men charged with murder, robbery at marijuana warehouse take plea deals

Two East Bay residents took plea deals and were shipped off to prison last week, after admitting that they broke into a warehouse where marijuana was being grown and killed a man inside. Oakley resident Montino Lewis, 32, accepted a sentence of 31 years to life in exchange for pleading guilty to a murder charge.

Oakland man charged with kidnapping, human trafficking in Pittsburg

Contra Costa prosecutors Tuesday filed nine felony charges - including human trafficking, rape and kidnapping - against an Oakland man accused of forcing a teen girl into the sex trade and giving her drugs. Jerome Monroe, 26, was charged with human trafficking of a minor, pimping, forcible rape, furnishing drugs on a minor, kidnapping, criminal threats, and additional sexual assault charges.

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