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A suburb of the San Francisco Bay region Dublin is named after Dublin Ireland. The city is currently home to Sybase Inc and Washington Mutual Bank. Local landmarks include the Murray schoolhouse, Green's Store, and Old St. Raymond's Church, built in 1859. The show Mythbusters, from the Discover Channel, has filmed more than twenty five episodes in the Dublin area. The city also hosts an annual Saint Patrick's Day parade, bringing in visitors from the surrounding area.

Population: 50000
Local Newspapers: The Tri-Valley Herald
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Raiders and A's Sacramento Kings
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Zip Codes associated with dublin, california: 94568
Towns/Cities near dublin, california : Dougherty Pleasanton Radum Livermore

Dublin News
Dublin Residents Urged to Close Windows Amid Sewer Repairs

Dublin residents are asked to keep their windows closed on Thursday to block out a plastic smell that is expected during sewer repair work along Village Parkway. Pete Suratos reports.

EBMUD says flushing out pipes and a natural decline in organics helped improve the drinking water.

Pardee Reservoir in the Sierra foothills is the East Bay Municipal Utility District's main source of water for its 1.4 million customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Cancer causing compounds in drinking water for 1.4 million East Bay residents declined in the past three months due to treatment changes and a break from Mother Nature, the East Bay Municipal District said.

The Latest: Northwester professor faces multiple charges

A New Mexico law enforcement officer admits he looked at pictures of naked women on the internet while on duty, but says he was doing so as part of his job. A New Mexico law enforcement officer admits he looked at pictures of naked women on the internet while on duty, but says he was doing so as part of his job.

Chicago professor to appear in California court on murder charge

A university professor charged with stabbing a Chicago man to death in July will be arraigned in a California court on Monday, three days after he surrendered to authorities, ending a weeklong manhunt. The murder, whose motive has not been disclosed, attracted international attention as police searched for the main suspect, who they said apologized in a video and may have made a mysterious donation to a library in the victim's name.

Chicago Professor to Appear in California Court on Murder Charge

A university professor charged with stabbing a Chicago man to death in July will be arraigned in a California court on Monday, three days after he surrendered to authorities, ending a weeklong manhunt. The murder, whose motive has not been disclosed, attracted international attention as police searched for the main suspect, who they said apologized in a video and may have made a mysterious donation to a library in the victim's name.

Suspects in brutal Chicago slaying arrested in Bay Area after manhunt

A Northwestern University professor and a University of Oxford employee wanted in the brutal stabbing death of a Chicago man were arrested in the Bay Area on Friday night and will be returned to Chicago for interrogation, federal and local authorities said. Suspects Wyndham Lathem, 42, and Andrew Warren, 56, were arrested without incident, the U.S. Marshals Service, which coordinated the investigation, said in a statement.

KRON4's Catherine Heenan interviews Congressman Eric Swalwell

East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell talked with KRON4's Catherine Heenan Friday about his priorities for his third term, President Trump, Russia and what's next for Democrats. The Representative of California's 15th district, which encompasses eastern Alameda County, likes to try doing things a little differently.

Ghost Ship defendant's bid to be released from jail denied

This Monday, June 5, 2017, file photo released by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office shows Derick Almena. A California judge reduced bail Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, for Almena, charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with an Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people, but declined to release him on his own recognizance.

Bracken Auto Services closes garage doors

The steel workbench in the back of Bracken Auto Services is splattered in dark grease stains from past automotive projects, but on Tuesday a new oily substance joined the mix: juices from rock cod and beef kabobs. Over a dozen friends and close customers gathered for a barbecue to celebrate Sean Bracken, owner of the auto repair shop, on the eve of his departure to a new automotive career in the East Bay.

Congressman holding town halls Saturday

Local Congressman Eric Swalwell is hosting two public town hall meetings in his district this Saturday, including one in the Tri-Valley. The first town hall is scheduled for 10-11:30 a.m. in the gymnasium at Granada High School, 400 Wall St. in Livermore.

Cooling centers to stay open during hot spell in Tri-Valley

The Pleasanton Senior Center doubled as a "cooling center" on Sept. 8, 2015. It will be open again as a cooling center from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday during a heat wave.

Dublin schools announce meetings on mapping districts for board elections

A series of 10 public meetings on mapping out new political boundaries to elect Dublin school board members has been announced - starting with one Aug. 8. The Dublin Unified School District board has until Oct 22 to draw up new political divisions from which to elect school board members following the board's July 24 decision to abandon at-large elections. The change takes effect with the election in November 2018.

Bay Area could see thunderstorms as heat wave persists

Kids play in the splash zone at The Wave water park in Dublin. To help people beat the heat this week, Dublin will waive admission fees to the Splash Zone from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.

Ghost Ship fire suspect Max Harris to appear in Oakland court

Max Harris, the Ghost Ship creative director facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, is set to appear in court Friday morning for a bail motion hearing. His attorney has indicated he will ask an Alameda County Superior Court judge that Harris be released from custody on a lower bail amount, as he's on a current $1.08 million bail bond, which he can't afford.

Police sex scandal: Woman testifies she was 'friends with...

The woman the center of a police sex exploitation scandal testified Thursday that she and one of the former law enforcement officers charged were "friends with benefits" and he didn't seem to mind that she was having sex with other police officers. Former Contra Costa County sheriff's Deputy Ricardo Perez, 28, is charged with felony oral copulation with a minor on suspicion of alleged sexual contact with a 19-year-old Richmond woman at the center of the scandal, which has affected departments across the East Bay.

Court is in session: New Dublin courthouse aims to improve efficiency, reduce costs

Officials hope the courthouse's close proximity to the Santa Rita Jail will make arraignments and trials more efficient as well. The new courthouse houses 13 courtrooms, estimated to see about 3,000 criminal and 54,000 traffic cases per year.

A $1.2 million California Lottery Scratchers game ticket was sold in Dublin.

A man's longtime routine paid off big when won $1.2 million in a state lottery scratcher's game on a ticket he purchased at Dublin Bowl, officials said Thursday. Albert Tirnetta told lottery officials "I'm just glad to get it" when they asked him how it felt to win such a big prize .

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