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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
Daytona pilot sets record flying around the world

The trip would test her and when it was over, Shaesta Waiz's 145-day, nearly 29,000-mile flight would set a new world record, place her with a sitting president, and leave the Daytona Beach pilot a changed woman. The journey spanned five continents, 22 countries and numerous cities.

Council approves dual-track approach to North Richmond annexation

The City Council this week gave the go-ahead to launch the process of annexing North Richmond, and simultaneously conduct public outreach to gauge the unincorporated enclave's support for such a move. There has been broad consensus among officials that North Richmond becoming part of Richmond could remedy a shameful piece of history.

FBI increases role in cold cases in Oakland, Richmond murders

In an increased effort to get closure in the cases, the FBI is committing people and cash to help solve five cold case homicides in Richmond and Oakland between 2005 and 2011 - raising the possibility of previously undisclosed connections among the little-reported crimes. Authorities are trying to determine if the cases might be related and are looking for new leads to help solve them.

The Adventures of Rosko takes readers inside the popular dog park in Richmond.

Do you have a faithful canine companion? Do you like to go on adventures with your pup? We're taking a look at some fun dog-friendly places and things to do around the Bay, and showing you what they look like from a dog's point of view. We start with a trip to Point Isabel dog park in Richmond, but in future videos we hope to check out dog-friendly pubs and cafes, doggy daycares, parks and hiking areas where you can walk your dog off-leash, and other fun places to take your best friend.

Ross Valley corridor study forecasts impact of boulevard project

A major overhaul of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard would be disruptive during construction, but would improve traffic in the long term, according to a draft environmental impact report. The environmental consulting company LSA of Richmond produced the report, which identifies potential problems that could be caused from repaving the 2.5-mile stretch of boulevard.

Eight months after alleged DUI crash, driver charged with killing East Bay woman

Contra Costa prosecutors have filed manslaughter and DUI charges against a woman who allegedly crashed her car while driving drunk, killing a passenger who wasn't wearing a seatbelt. Lexus Taylor, 22, was charged last week with vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence, and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

DA asks for life sentence in Richmond pot grow robbery

An Antioch man convicted in a brutal marijuana-related robbery of a Richmond home will be sentenced next week, and prosecutors are asking for life. Robert Earl Jones Jr., convicted last year of robbery, burglary and several enhancements, was the only one of three suspects who police were able to identify in a 2015 robbery of a marijuana grow house.

Vallejo police ID officers who fatally shot Benicia man in Richmond

RICHMOND >> Police have released the names of five Vallejo officers who fatally shot a robbery suspect as he walked toward them carrying a machete. They include an officer who shot and killed a young man in January, the city's only other fatal officer-involved shooting this year, which has led to a federal lawsuit.

Health advisory and Spare the Air alerts in effect for Bay Area

Due the smoke , ash, and particulate matter in the air, heath advisory and Spare the Air alerts are now in effect for the entire Bay Area. Advisories are due to the North Bay wildfires still burning in Northern California.

Future Impacts of Valero's Decision to Abandon Martinez Terminal

Valero Petroleum company announced on Sept. 18, 2017 that it would abandon its plans to acquire the Plains All American Pipeline terminal facilities in Martinez and Richmond, California.

Woman identified in deadly duplex fire in Richmond

The Contra Costa County Coroner's Office has identified a woman who died in a deadly duplex fire early Tuesday morning. Christy Allen-Lee, 45,of Richmond, was killed in the one-alarm blaze on the 300 block of S. 35th Street in a converted duplex.

City of Richmond competing for $2 million for main drag renovation

The city of Richmond is vying with 24 other cities-ranging from Los Angeles to Washington DC and Seattle to San Diego-to receive up to $2 million in grant money. It's all part of a project to renovate Main Streets across America.

Sarah Kobrinsky, the Poet Laureate of Emeryville, was pushed out of...

Poet Sarah Kobrinsky writes Emeryville. She's got poems about the shellmound, about the Ikea.

Person dead in one-alarm Richmond fire

Fire crews put out the blaze at the home in the 300 block of S. 35th Street after being called there around 2:10 a.m., and they found a person dead amid the rubble when they searched the building, Battalion Chief Manly Moulton of the Richmond Fire Department said.

Richmond-San Rafael Bridge crash slows WB traffic

A crash at the Richmond toll plaza on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is causing traffic to back up on westbound 580 on Tuesday morning. At 7 a.m., KCBS Radio reported lanes one blocked remained closed and a major backup was beginning to move.

Overturned van slows traffic on WB 580 at Richmond-San Rafael

"#RichmondSanRafeal Bridge WB 580 at Tolls Injury accident reported in the two left lanes, slow from western drive onramp." - @RobinWinstonTV A crash at the Richmond toll plaza on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is causing traffic to back up on westbound 580 on Tuesday morning.

Net-zero prefab home stacks together and expands like childrens blocks

Wish you could expand the size of your home without breaking the bank? A group of architecture students from the University of California, Berkeley and University of Denver created RISE, an affordable and sustainable housing solution that lets you do just that. Conceived for urban infill lots, the adaptable and scalable solar-powered home stacks together like children's blocks and can expand up to three stories with up to five units of multifamily living.

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