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Fremont, CA, United States

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Past articles by Joseph:

Newark to mount 20 license plate readers around city, hoping to reduce crime

Each of the 20 cameras can scan up to 30,000 cars per day, according to the manufacturer. → Read More

Following historic $21 million verdict, Fremont asks for new trial in police killing of pregnant teen

Elena Mondragon, 16, was killed by Fremont police in 2017 in Hayward → Read More

Alameda County sued by anti-affirmative action group over public contracts policy

Alameda County’s efforts to ensure minority-owned and women-owned businesses get a certain share of public construction contracts violate the U.S. and California’s constitution, according to a lawsuit filed against the county this week. → Read More

Longtime East Bay Regional Park District board director to retire

After more than two decades of service on the East Bay Regional Park District board of directors, Ayn Wieskamp will retire at the end of this year, she said this week. → Read More

Fremont employees get raises, while city still leaning on $22 million in federal recovery money

Raises are in store for almost every city employee in Fremont, even though the city is still leaning on more than $20 million in federal pandemic recovery funds to patch holes in its budget in the coming years. → Read More

Petition to block Livermore affordable housing project rejected by city

Livermore Mayor Bob Woerner said the petition from a residents group is “just one more frivolous attack” on the affordable housing project. → Read More

Dublin school board texting scandal prompts calls for independent investigation

A brewing scandal in Dublin grew more heated this week, as some residents and teachers called for an independent investigation into three school board members accused of working behind the scenes to oust another board member during a redistricting process earlier this year. → Read More

Korean grocery store Mega Mart to open in Fremont

Mega Mart, a Seoul-based grocer, is set to open what would become its third U.S. store, in central Fremont at 3900 Mowry Ave., company officials said. → Read More

Dublin school board members called on to resign after text messages stir controversy

Some critics say their faith in the three board members is lost. → Read More

Alameda County’s Measure C for child care funding scores a legal win — but money can’t flow yet

Opponents of the Alameda County measure say they intend to appeal the decision. → Read More

Jury awards whopping $21 million to family of pregnant teen killed by Fremont police

In a landmark verdict, a federal jury awarded $21 million in damages to the family of Elena Mondragon, a 16-year-old who was fatally shot by Fremont police over five years ago. → Read More

Fatal Fremont police shooting trial awaiting jury verdict

“Two officers fired their guns when they should not have,” said Adante Pointer, an attorney for Elena Mondragon’s family. → Read More

Fremont officer says his life was in danger when he shot pregnant teen

“I thought Rico Tiger was trying to run me over and kill me,” Sgt. Jeremy Miskella said Thursday in federal court. → Read More

Five years after fatal Fremont police shooting of teenage girl, family’s civil rights trial begins

“They failed to properly plan, they failed to properly prepare, and they failed to properly perform,” Adante Pointer, an attorney for Elena Mondragon’s family said Wednesday. → Read More

Livermore puts $2.4 million toward drug addiction treatment facility for homeless, low-income people

LIVERMORE — The city will loan $2.4 million to a nonprofit to buy a former Livermore church, with the goal of turning it into the Tri-Valley’s first inpatient drug addiction treatment a… → Read More

Fremont’s Lily Mei leading Hayward’s Aisha Wahab in state Senate 10; Alex Lee defending Assembly District 24

Preliminary election results were pouring in Tuesday night for competitive state legislative races around the Bay Area, including some contests in the East Bay and South Bay in which millions have been spent supporting or opposing candidates. → Read More

Trailblazing brewpub Buffalo Bill’s closes in Hayward after nearly four decades

After nearly four decades in business on B Street, iconic Hayward establishment Buffalo Bill’s Brewery -- one of the first brewpubs in the country and an early contributor to craft beer innovation -- has closed its doors for good, the owner announced this week. → Read More

Trailblazing brewpub Buffalo Bill’s closes in Hayward after nearly four decades

“It’s a tragedy, and we’re losing a symbol of Hayward,” said Kim Huggett, president and CEO of the Hayward Chamber of Commerce. → Read More

John A. Dutra, former Fremont council member and state Assemblymember, dies at 86

“He led with his heart all the time,” Gus Morrison, a former mayor of Fremont said of John A. Dutra. → Read More

Livermore council pushes downtown affordable housing project forward

“There’s a desperate need for this kind of housing yesterday, if not sooner,” Councilmember Trish Munro said. → Read More