Mountain Lion sighting: Pleasanton police say they received a call of a mountain lion sighting in the area of Moller Ranch and Foothill Road- less than two miles from the Dublin border- on Monday evening. A Patch reader emailed and said they saw the large cat in the brush around 6 p.m. Pleasanton Police were not able to confirm the sighting but offered tips and information about mountain lions. Read the full story here.
DHS AP honors: Dublin High School students were honored by the College Board. Check out the full list to see if you recognize any of the names on this prestigious list. Click here to see the most recent API scores for Dublin Unified School District.
Drones proposed for Alameda County: Sheriff Gregory Ahern is seeking a grant for a four-pound drone to be used as a "mission-specific" tool for incidents such as search and rescue or for explosive ordinances teams. If the grant is received and drone is acquired, Alameda County could be the first jurisdiction in California to deploy drones and among the first nationwide.
Pet owner's plea: A fifteen-year-old's pug named Holly was taken during a residential burglary this week. The pet owner contacted Patch asking for help to find her dog and bring her home safely. Look closely at Holly to help find her.
Baseball mania: A's! Giants! What a week! Share your photos with us. Green and gold or orange and black? Or both?
Other news you need to know:
- Local Kid Golfers Win First-Ever Junior PGA For 13 & Under
- "The Onion" Tackles John Madden
- Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Now Using 'AlertID'
- Think Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
- Halloween Guide: October is here and we have all the scoop you need on things spooky to do along with costume talk. Check out our topic page- if you dare!
Blog of the week: How To Get Your Dog To Wear A Halloween Costume
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