Shots were fired yesterday evening in the Target parking lot on Macdonald Ave., injuring two victims. One, a 17-year-old boy, was critically wounded, according to Richmond police. Both were admitted to Doctors Medical Center in...
A woman was shot and killed Thursday night in the Santa Fe neighborhood of Richmond, in the first homicide within the city’s boundaries this year.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney filed felony charges against Mira Vista Elementary School teacher Ron Guinto, raising his bail to $17 million, police spokesperson Lt. Andre Hill confirmed last Friday. If convicted, Guinto faces...
Currently there are hundreds of young people in Richmond who need to be provided with effective youth development opportunities and purposeful engagement with healthy adults on a consistent basis.
To help individuals coming out of incarceration reintegrate into the community, the Reentry Solutions Group this week unveiled plans to open a one-stop center in West Contra Costa County.
The Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing 71-year-old Latina believed to be in the Sherwood Forest area of El Sobrante.
With a new year approaching, it’s time to reflect on the past year and prepare for the next one. For Richmond, 2013 was one for the history books.
While the city is set to finish 2013 with its lowest homicide total in years, far fewer of the killings have been solved, according to police statistics.
Chris Solis spends every Christmas at his grandma’s house in Richmond, eating Mexican breads and exchanging gifts. But this year won’t be the same. Solis will spend the holidays in the sterile confines of John...
Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin memorialized the 16 people killed in the city this year during a ceremony Friday night.
Today, Youth Services Detectives from the Richmond Police Department are searching for two sisters, Xiomara Zelaya, 13, and Heidi Moreno, 9, who ran away from home their home on Maine Avenue yesterday evening.
After 35 years of service to the community, Richmond police sergeant Tod Opdyke retired after he was unable to recover from an injury.
A new group hopes to help Richmond youth gain their own voice and make Richmond a better city for the future. They call themselves the Freedom Fighters.