Fish in some Bay Area counties will be getting a shot in the arm, or rather, the fin, from the state’s Wildlife Conservation Board.
The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office confirmed this morning that a body found Thursday evening along Alameda Creek is a woman who had been missing for a month.
A female body found along Alameda Creek this evening may be that of 18-year-old Jayda Jenkins, who went missing after her vehicle crashed into the water off of Niles Canyon Road.
Recovery teams Tuesday were unable to locate a woman thought to have died when her car ran off Niles Canyon Road and ended up submerged in Alameda Creek.
Niles Canyon Road is closed Monday from Fremont to Sunol so emergency crews can search for a car that went off the road and into Alameda Creek on Saturday morning.
An 18-year-old Tracy woman is considered missing after her car plunged Saturday morning into Alameda Creek off Niles Canyon Road.
State Department of Fish and Wildlife officers shot and killed a four-foot long alligator near Alameda Creek.
Four men have been arrested for allegedly slashing an inflatable dam in Fremont earlier this year, letting 50 million gallons of water rush down Alameda Creek.
A 58-year-old man is missing this morning from Fremont, according to the Fremont Police Department.