Week in Review: Sexual Assault Suspect on the Loose, Neil Armstrong Dies and Food Recalls

Some of the stories that made news this past week in Pleasanton.

Neil Armstrong dies: The first man to walk on the moon died on Saturday. Where were you on that historic moment in 1969? Tell us in the comments section below.

Looking for a sexual assault and robbery suspect: A man who attacked at woman at Kottinger Park in Pleasanton on August 19 is still unidentified. The man robbed her after sexually assaulting her. Police have released a sketch of the suspect and want your help identifying him. Do you know this man? If so, call Pleasanton Police.

Lettuce and licorice recalls: Romaine lettuce from the Tanimura & Antle Field Fresh sold between August 2 through August 19 was voluntarily recalled due to E. Coli contamination. Click here to see the lot numbers. Red Vines Black Licorice Twists made by the Union City-based candy maker American Licorice was recalled last week when the candy was found to have twice the recommended childhood daily limit of the toxic metal, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

High school exit exam results released: Over 97 percent of high school sophomores passed the exam needed for graduation in the Pleasanton Unified School District.

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