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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
Bay Area averages a car-to-car shooting on its freeways every week, CHP data show

Emergency personnel investigate the scene of a shooting May 11, 2016, on State Route 4 in Pittsburg, Calif. For almost two years now, the San Francisco Bay Area's freeways have averaged at least one car-to-car shooting a week.

Congressman DeSaulnier to host Town Hall Meeting in Pittsburg on Monday

Since assuming office in 2015, Mark has hosted 47 town halls and mobile district office hours throughout Contra Costa County. The congressman invites residents to attend the town hall to listen to a presentation and legislative update.

Supervisors back state funding of Los Vaqueros Reservoir expansion

The first shovel may not plunge into the ground for the expansion of the Los Vaqueros Reservoir until 2022, but the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors have signed on to back state financing of the Contra Costa Water District's reservoir project. With District 2 Supervisor Candace Andersen and District 1 Supervisor John Gioia absent Tuesday, supervisors voted 3-0 as a consent item to send a letter of support for the reservoir to the California Water Commission to tap into 2014 voter approved $2.7 billion of state Proposition 1 funds so that the Contra Costa Water District can enlarge the reservoir's capacity from 160,000-acre feet to 270,000-acre feet.

Opera singer says she was born to sing and teach

Not because this 25-year-old is brave, but because she's an opera singer and must protect her vocal cords. "When I go on rides, I never scream, but I've gotten used to it," says Sarah of Pittsburg.

San Pablo hires Pittsburg police captain as new chief

The city has hired Rathnesh "Ron" Raman, a Pittsburg police captain and part-time Los Medanos Community College instructor, as its new police chief. The 21-year veteran of the Pittsburg Police Department, selected from a field of 32 applicants, will replace San Pablo's interim chief, Walt Schuld, on Aug. 14, City Manager Matt Rodriguez announced.

Sheriff-Coroner to Hold Inquest into Death of 24-year-old Woman Who...

In accordance with the Contra Costa County Chiefs' of Police Association Officer Involved Fatal Incident Protocol, Sheriff-Coroner David Livingston will hold an inquest into the death of 24-year-old Maria Gaglione of Pittsburg. On May 13, 2017, the Clayton Police Department was dispatched to the Clayton Station shopping center for a suspicious vehicle call.

CHP educating officers about Highway 4 cameras

The Contra Costa Office of the California Highway Patrol is taking new steps to educate their officers about an investigative tool that has, up until now, has been underutilized. KRON4's Maureen Kelly brought the issue to light after looking into the complaint of a viewer who felt that the investigation into her report about a road rage incident wasn't thorough enough.

Pedestrian fatally hit by car in Pittsburg identified

Kyna Scott, 35, of Antioch, died after being hit on Atlantic Avenue near the Railroad Avenue intersection, police said. The crash happened around 4:50 a.m. on Monday morning.

Delta Datelines: Swim team sign-ups, comedy night planned in Brentwood

Metin Emek, of Rocklin, hands a gyro to a customer at the Gyro Stop food truck during the Food Truck Thursdays in the parking lot of the Antioch Water Park on Lone tree Way in Antioch, Calif., on Thursday, June 15, 2017. The event, that features a variety of food trucks will be held every Thursday night from 5-to-9pm.

Antioch woman fatally hit by car in Pittsburg

Authorities did not immediately identify the woman, who died at the scene, police said. The crash happened on Atlantic Avenue, just east of Railroad Avenue around 4:50 a.m. Police said the woman was a pedestrian but did not have other details of the collision.

Woman says she was attacked in Highway 4 road rage incident

A woman who says she was the victim of road rage on Highway 4 in Pittsburg Friday is speaking out. KRON4 talked with the Antioch resident who says she's angry at her alleged attacker and frustrated with the lack of response from law enforcement.

Man allegedly masturbating on BART placed under citizen's

A man allegedly masturbating on a BART train was placed under citizen's arrest in Oakland early Thursday by a fed-up woman who caught him in the act and contacted police, officials said. The 53-year-old Pittsburg man was allegedly masturbating on a Pittsburg-Bay Point train about 4:40 a.m. when a fellow passenger put him under citizens arrest at the 19th Street Station in Oakland, according to BART police.

Drones, Artificial Intelligence Creep Into Road Construction

High above the Balfour interchange on State Route 4 in Brentwood, Calif., a drone buzzes, its sensors keeping a close watch on the volumes of earth being moved to make way for a new highway bypass. In Pittsburg, Calif., a camera perched on the dash of car driving through city streets periodically snaps pictures of potholes and cracks in the pavement.

Family of Pittsburg man who died in scuffle with cops sues

The family of a 32-year-old East Bay man who died in a scuffle with officers last year is suing the city of Pittsburg and its police department for wrongful death. Humberto Martinez died on July 26, 2016 after police chased him into a Pittsburg home and shocked him with an electric stun gun as he resisted arrest, officials said.

Saturday youth development workshop series continues July 29 in Pittsburg

A summer Saturday Youth/Teen Empowerment Leadership Academy workshop series at the Pittsburg Youth Development Center continues the next three Saturdays, starting July 29 with a session with "LeadersUp," a nonprofit group working to help curb youth unemployment by helping develop ready-to-work young adults. This session runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the center, 1001 Stoneman Ave., the former Boys and Girls Club.

Antioch, Pittsburg residents earn MBA degrees from WGU

The following local residents have received their degree from Western Governors University . The university held its 33rd semi-annual commencement ceremony at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on July 15 and celebrated the graduation of more than 10,000 graduates.

Victim in deadly Pittsburg Baskin-Robbins shooting identified

A man who died after being shot outside of a Baskin-Robbins ice cream store in Pittsburg last week has been identified by the Contra Costa County coroner's office as 43-year-old Bethel Island resident Robert Hopkins Jr. The shooting happened at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the ice cream store at 4493 Century Blvd., according to Pittsburg police. Officers arrived and found Hopkins suffering from several gunshot wounds.

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