Alamo Square Park, SF Selfies Magnet, Set To Reopen WednesdayThe park has been under renovation for the past year -- a $5.3 million makeover.
CoCo County Sheriff's Chopper Rescues Hurt Hiker From Mount DiabloFirefighters opted to fly the victim to safety because the trail was steep and the terrain was unstable.
Protections For 27 Nat'l Monuments At Risk In Trump Administration ReviewA list released Friday includes 22 monuments on federal land in 11, mostly-Western states, including Bears Ears in Utah and 6 monument lands in California.
New Pedestrian, Bicycle Pathway Opens in San Francisco's McLaren ParkThe project was a partnership including the parks department, San Francisco Public Works, Walk SF and the Bicycle Coalition.
Tax Records Show Business Is Booming At Burning ManThe San Francisco-based arts nonprofit that holds the Burning Man festival in northern Nevada's Black Rock Desert is making more and spending more.
Lake Tahoe Underwater Researchers Unveil FindingsMembers of the Undersea Voyager Project have made 58 submersible dives and 33 scuba dives in Lake Tahoe and Fallen Leaf Lake to train for an upcoming circling of the world's oceans.
Tire Track Vandalism Mars Racetrack Playa In Death Valley National ParkTire tracks left by an illegal motorist at Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park are the worst a park official has seen.
Survey: Half Of All U.S. Guns Owned By Just 3% Of AmericansWhen it comes to gun ownership, it is the era of the <em>super-owner</em> in America.
Palo Alto To Rebuild Broken Nature Boardwalk, Carefully And Very SlowlyThe City of Palo Alto is all but certain to approve a $1.5 million renovation of a popular bay nature walk next week. But that doesn't mean it will be finished anytime soon.
Coast Guard Issues Water Safety Warning After Labor Day Weekend RescuesAcross the Bay Area, as more people flock to the water for Labor Day, Coast Guard officials are reminding folks about water safety.
Sierra Prospector Finds Giant Gold Nugget That Could Fetch $70KA prospector in the Sierra found an 18-ounce gold nugget the size of a t-bone steak.
UC Researcher Warns Campaign To 'Make Tahoe Blue' Again May Be Too LateA UC Davis researcher says despite efforts to make it blue again, no bumper sticker campaign can curb the impact of climate change on Lake Tahoe.

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