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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
Map: How to fix eight Bay Area spots in danger of sea-level rise

Friday marks the end of a two-day summit in Alameda capping off a yearlong search for design and engineering solutions to the creeping threat of sea-level rise and chronic flooding in the Bay Area. Dubbed the " Resilient By Design Challenge ," the essay into possible solutions for soon-to-be problems tapped "designers, architects, artists, engineers, scientists, communities, [and] students" to brainstorm challenges in some of the Bay Area's lowest-lying and most vulnerable locales.

Shooting Investigation Turns Up 2 Loaded Guns, Extended Magazine

Police investigating reports of a shooting that occurred Saturday in Richmond recovered two loaded pistols, including one with an extended magazine, according to a statement posted to social media Tuesday night. The shooting occurred in the 800 block of Carlson Boulevard, and investigators determined that there was a silver SUV and a black Mercedes-Benz that may have been involved.

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.

Prison sentence for Bay Area man accused of trafficking woman he met on Facebook

A Richmond man accused of kidnapping a woman he met through social media and forcing her to solicit herself as a sex worker received a 10-year prison term this month as part of a plea deal with Contra Costa County prosecutors. Anthony Guillebeau, 28, was sentenced May 3 to 10 years in exchange for pleading guilty to a pimping charge and admitting he had several prior felony convictions, including for robbery and assault.

Walmart has acknowledged labor violations

Walmart has settled a long-running battle with labor activists over the punishment of workers who claimed they were mistreated by managers for supporting efforts to organize by wearing union insignia. The agreement, obtained by Bloomberg News, forces Walmart to publicly acknowledge in some of its California stores that it violated federal labor law and to stop threatening workers who support strikes or organization efforts.

Community Mural Unveiled In North Richmond

Kids danced, music blasted, chalk butterflies took shape on the sidewalk and red, blue and orange colors glowed on the mural on North Richmond's Rancho Market at the mural's unveiling today. Dozens of North Richmond residents worked for over a year with artists and public officials to transform the formerly blighted storefront at 500 Market Ave. in North Richmond, an unincorporated Contra Costa County community.

Walmart settles with labor activists in California

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Two brothers charged in Richmond homicide

Two brothers have been arrested and charged in the fatal beating of a 38-year-old man earlier this week in an argument over alcohol, police said Thursday. Police said both suspects, Adrian Domingo, 24, and Omar Domingo, 18, have confessed in the killing of Felix Itzep.

Firefighters contain blaze near Golden Gate Park

The fire was first reported at about 3:55 p.m. in the 3800 block of Fulton Street, near 15th Avenue and just across from the park, fire officials said. The fire was first reported at about 3:55 p.m. in the 3800 block of Fulton Street, near 15th Avenue and just across from the park, fire officials said.

Flush With Cash: Will Buffy the Bernie Slayer Win in Pro-Sanders District?

In a political culture shaped by big money, entrepreneurial candidacies, single-issue campaigning, and union dis-unity, you can run but not hide from crowded fields of Democrats. In many current primary races, they are all claiming to be "progressive," even as they raise and spend millions of dollars competing against each other-money that might have been better spent on actual movement building? Eric Draitser and Nick Pemberton described this phenomena well in several recent CounterPunch pieces.

KC's BBQ Is Back Up and Running at a New Location in Berkeley

Ahead of a June 2nd grand opening, KC's BBQ is doing some limited preview hours in its new home, the former Meal Ticket space at 1235 San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley. That's where Meal Ticket made way for KC's as its owners retired, leaving room for the return of the 1968-founded barbecue restaurant, which was displaced by a fire in 2017.

Second batch of new BART cars gets OK

The newest Bart train arrives for the second part of its inaugural ride Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 at Richmond Station in Richmond, Calif. The newest Bart train arrives for the second part of its inaugural ride Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 at Richmond Station in Richmond, Calif.

Jury hears Richmond homicide victim's last moments on 911 tape

The opening of a West Contra Costa man's second murder trial - held weeks after the first one resulted in a hung jury - began Tuesday with a distressing 911 tape of the victim pleading for help and screaming in pain after being stabbed. The victim, 38-year-old Eaen Hale, was a friend of the man now charged with murdering him, 27-year-old Keylen Malik Dunn.

SF Eats: Bake Cheese Tart opens, Frena Bakery expanding, more

In this edition; a new sweet shop opens, a kosher bakery expands to the Outer Richmond, a new Italian eatery prepares to debut, and a Japanese restaurant shutters for several months to do building upgrades. As we reported back in January, a new Japanese sweet shop, called Bake Cheese Tart is heading to the Westfield Centre replacing what was once a Peet's Coffee in the downstairs food court.

How a New California Bill Could Change the Game for Small Distilleries

A new bill, dubbed the "Craft Distiller Op-pour-tunity Act," would change that. Proposed by Sen. Nancy Skinner , SB 1164 would treat craft distilleries more like wineries and breweries - a piggyback off of the Craft Distillers Act in 2015 that allowed distillers to sell their spirits, but only up to three bottles per person at their tasting room.

Trump's Denial of TPS to Hondurans Will Break Up Thousands of Families

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Ex-deputy pleads not guilty to illegal sex with inmates, will remain free pending trial

A former Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputy who reportedly admitted to having consensual sex with two inmates pleaded not guilty at his first court appearance Monday. Patrick Morseman, 26, appeared in court out-of-custody before Judge Benjamin Reyes II, who set his next court date for mid-June.

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