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San Leandro is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a suburb of Oakland and nearby San Francisco. It was once the county seat of Alameda County in 1856, but when the country courthouse was destroyed in a devastating 1868 earthquake, the country seat was moved to the town of Brooklyn in 1872. Notable residents of San Leandro include drummer David Silveria (Korn) and professional golfer Tony Lema.

Population: 79452
Local Newspapers: San Leandro Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Carrington College

Zip Codes associated with san leandro, california: 94577 94578 94579
Towns/Cities near san leandro, california : South Stonehurst UpperBal Mulford Grass Valley Ashland

San Leandro News
Women say SF driving instructor groped them as teens

Several women say Nelson Graves was sexually inappropriate with them as teenagers when he taught them driving lessons. Graves says he might have been "over-friendly," but denies any inappropriate touching.

Hayward area happenings: Buffalo Bill's owner honored, workshops

Harries will be honored Jan. 27 at the 74th annual Hayward Chamber of Commerce awards celebration gala, along with the educator, firefighter and police officer of the year. Hayward High School Principal Dave Seymour was selected educator of the year.

San Leandro official faces misconduct probe after sexual

San Leandro's city manager admitted this week that he successfully pushed the City Council to award a $1.5 million loan to a community organization directed by a woman with whom he regularly met in her SUV and who now accuses him of sexual harassment. City Manager Chris Zapata said he is stepping away from his dealings with the nonprofit organization, the Davis Street Family Resource Center, and its leader, Rose Padilla Johnson.

Shooting in East Oakland leaves man wounded

A shooting in East Oakland Wednesday morning left a man who was in a vehicle wounded and the suspect being sought, police said. The shooting involved two vehicles but police were trying to determine if shots were fired from both vehicles.

Affordable housing complex near San Leandro BART approved

This design rendering by KTGY Architecture + Planning, of Oakland, shows what a proposed $33 million affordable housing project by Eden Housing, of Hayward, may look like at the corner of San Leandro Boulevard and Parrott Street in San Leandro. The five-story project, with 22 studio units, 22 one-bedroom units and 18 two-bedroom units, was approved by the San Leandro Board of Zoning Adjustments on Jan. 4. The apartments would be reserved for residents earning between 30 and 60 percent of the area median income, or $25,000 to $50,000 annually for a two person household.

Water Main Break Reported Near San Leandro

A water main break is affecting traffic this morning in a neighborhood in unincorporated Alameda County near San Leandro, according to California Highway Patrol officials.

Video shows the horrifying moment when a false ballistic missile...

Video shows the horrifying moment when a false ballistic missile threat alert interrupted a soccer game on TV in Hawaii In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Fire Controlman 2nd Class John Whitby, from San Leandro, CA, operates the radar system control in the combat information center during a ballistic missile defense drill February 16, 2008 aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie People in Hawaii woke up to a frightening emergency alert Saturday morning which warned of an impending missile targeting the state.

Heron Bay Homeowners Association v. City of San Leandro Halus Power Systems

HERON BAY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. CITY OF SAN LEANDRO, Respondent, Defendant, and Appellant; HALUS POWER SYSTEMS et al., Real Parties in Interest and Appellants.

Elderly Woman Fatally Struck By Vehicle Identified

A female pedestrian who was killed when she was hit by a vehicle near a bus stop in San Leandro this morning has been identified by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as 82-year-old Youjian Liang of San Leandro. Police said patrol officers responded to the intersection of East 14th Street and Fairmont Drive just before 7 a.m. today to a report of a traffic collision involving a pedestrian, according to police.

Alameda County reading program aims to help young offenders

Cyrus Armajani wants to ensure not only that young people jailed at Camp Sweeney not only how to read and write proficiently but also find their voice. Cyrus Armajani uses Tupac Shakur's book "The Rose That Grew from Concrete" in his Camp Sweeney classroom.

Photos: Harlem Globetrotters Julian a oeZeusa McClurkin visits Childrena s Hospital Oakland

Harlem Globetrotters' Julian "Zeus" McClurkin, left, shows patient Laith Ibrahim, 7, of San Leandro, how to spin a ball on his finger during a visit to the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2017. Zeus did basketball tricks, signed autographs and also made bedside visits at the hospital.

Long Beach, San Leandro mayors join others to challenge Trump administration on marijuana enforcement

The mayors of 10 cities including Seattle, Long Beach and San Leandro have signed a letter urging U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions to reconsider his decision to roll back a federal policy that gave low priority to prosecution of marijuana offenses in states that legalized the use of the drug.

Police arrest San Leandro license-plate theft suspect

Around 6 p.m. on Jan. 3, police responded to the 500 block of Begier Avenue after a report of a man stealing plates off parked vehicles. Arriving officers found Ronnie Cotton, 62, of Oakland riding his bicycle away from the area.

Albany has just over 4,000 rental units, with 974 of those in University Village.

ALBANY The first step to creating a review board that could make non-binding decisions on whether a rent increase is too high or not was taken Jan. 8 by the City Council, which approved drafting a rent review ordinance. The draft ordinance would be reviewed by a task force made up of two members of the city's Social and Economic Justice Commission, two members of the Albany Property Rights Advocates and two members of the city's Diverse Housing Working Group.

Energy Recovery (ERII) Downgraded by Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Based in San Leandro, California, ENERGY RECOVERY, INC. is a leading global developer and manufacturer of highly efficient energy recovery devices utilized in the water desalination industry.

CA: Transit Director Faces Big Fine Over Missing Campaign Finance Reports

Jan. 09--The state Fair Political Practices Commission is recommending that AC Transit Director Mark Williams be fined $60,000 for failing to file legally required campaign finance reports for five years. The commission, which enforces the state's campaign finance laws, will consider imposing the judgment at its Jan. 18 meeting.

Bosch is using cameras, streetlights, and sensors to make cities more livable

Living in a big city comes with a long list of advantages and an equally long catalog of disadvantages. Gridlock, pollution, and the never-ending search for a parking spot are all part of the second set.

Federal government finds flaws in Californiaa s plan to improve lowest-performing schools

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announces that California student test scores in English and math have risen in the second year of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress online tests during a news conference held at San Leandro on Aug. 24, 2016. The U.S. Department of Education has cited substantive flaws in California's plan detailing how it will improve low-performing schools and use billions of dollars of federal education aid under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.

VIDEO: Crews knock fire at metal recycling plant in San Leandro

Alameda County Fire reported that the blaze at ALCO Metals on Davis St. was knocked down at 5:53 a.m. San Leandro: Firefighters are at the scene of a 1-alarm fire on Davis St near Doolittle at ALCO Metals. No reports of injuries.

Magnitude 4.5 Quake Shakes Sleeping Bay Area

A preliminary magnitude 4.5 earthquake jolted Bay Area residents out of bed early Thursday, but it appears to have done little damage. The temblor, initially reported as magnitude 4.5, struck at 2:39 a.m. two miles east of Berkeley and had a depth of eight miles, according to the USGS.

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