West Nile Virus, Suspicious Fire and Charter Petition Denied Top Past Week's Coverage

Catch up on Livermore Patch's coverage from the past week.

Here is a list of top stories from our coverage this past week:

Monday, Oct. 15

  • Our Sprouts & Shutters column provided the latest restaurant and business news in the Tri-Valley. Check it out here.
  • City Councilmember Laureen Turner posted a blog discussing health benefits and other council topics.
  • Livermore school district's Academic Performance Index (API) continues to increase.
  • A solo crash that temporarily shut down Interstate 580 may have been intentional.
  • Officials announced traffic delays on Grant Line Road.
  • Charter school put on alert following report of armed person wearing clown mask.

Tuesday, Oct. 16

  • Police Log: .
  • October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month.
  • Police issue warning on dangers with replica firearms.
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  • Presidential Debate Poll: Who do you think won the second encounter?

Wednesday, Oct. 17

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  • Livermore resident tests positive for West Nile Virus.
  • 1989 Quake: Where were you 23 years ago today?

Thursday, Oct. 18

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  • Steven Carlson ordered to stand trial for the murder of Tina Faelz.
  • The Livermore school district denied the charter petition — again.

Friday, Oct. 19

Saturday, Oct. 20

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