Oakland A's new stadium plans for Fremont apparently not happening, former East Bay couple blamed for helping to cause the recession, and cops worry about a sex predator stalking Cal co-eds, and the rise of rural Livermore pot cartels.
Cheesecake lovers rejoice over new Walnut Creek restaurant opening, man sentenced in elderly Lafayette woman's murder, David Duffield downsizes, and dog art gets interesting in Berkeley.
Sully-mania continues with a network ratings war Monday morning, the Brad Pitt-Billy Beane connection, ex-BART officer makes bail, Jason Giambi might testify in the Barry Bonds case, Oakland's Fox Theater re-opens, and a quirky East Bay landmark gets its tear-down notice.
Slipping Behind, a film by an Orinda filmmaker and mom, raises questions about whether we're pushing kids in our achievement-oriented communities to do too much.
From Sully-mania in Danville, to local Yardbirds and West Berkeley’s Scharffen Berger chocolate factory closing, to Rossmoor woodpeckers being put on a hit list, here are the top news stories in Diabloland this past week.