Environment

All the latest from Environment

San Francisco's 'Wiggle' Follows Path Of 1 Of City's Underground CreeksWell over a hundred years after San Francisco paved over Mission Creek, the city’s buried marshland is still pumping out problems, but the low-lying mission isn’t the only neighborhood swimming in the city’s original waterways.
Speeding Up Demolition Of Old Bay Bridge Piers Could Save Millions Of Dollars, Transportation Officials SaySome transportation officials are hoping the removal of the old Bay Bridge can be sped-up in order to save millions of dollars, but some Bay Bridge staff are skeptical of moving up the timeline.
Lawsuit Over California High-Speed Rail Back In CourtCalifornia's $68 billion high-speed rail project is back in court Thursday as state officials defend their plans.
Despite Public Outcry, California's Coastal Commission Votes To Oust Chief ExecutiveThe powerful agency that manages development on California's fabled coastline has voted to oust its top executive.
Man Dies After Wave Knocks Him Into The Waters Off PacificaThe U.S. Coast Guard staged a water rescue near the Pacifica Pier after an elderly couple fell off the pier into the ocean Tuesday afternoon.
Record Number Of Shark Attacks In 2015; More Bites Off California Coast ExpectedIn 2015, there were 98 attacks in all, the most in a single year, and six of them were fatal.
Supreme Court Puts Obama’s Plan To Address Climate Change On HoldA divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change.
Man Who Forages In San Francisco Bay Carries Lemon Wedge To Snack On Raw ShellfishKirk Lombard walks the walk. The guy who says we should be eating more of the small fishes that live in San Francisco Bay carries a lemon in his pocket when he goes fishing, just so he can snack on raw shellfish.
California Farmers Reaping Record Sales In Spite Of DroughtA new state report shows California farmers reaping record sales despite the drought.
Where Is El Niño? SJSU Climate Professor Says Rain To Return SoonWhile a strong start to the rainy season has given way to an extended dry spell and record warmth, a climate professor said the wet conditions typical of an El Nino winter will return.
Avalanche Rescuers Train For The Worst As El Niño Storms Dump Snow On SierraAs El Nino storms dump fresh snow on the sierra this year, the Tahoe Fire Protection District is training for the possibility of an avalanche rescue.
2015 Sets New Record With 98 Shark Attacks WorldwideExperts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida alone.

More From CBS San Francisco

Music's Biggest Night
Your Bay Area Guide To Valentine's Day

Listen Live