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Fuel Spill To Close Highway 1 At Salt Point Until FridayState Highway 1 will remain closed until Friday in both directions at Salt Point State Park in Sonoma County because of a tanker-truck that rolled over.
Google, UC Berkeley Team Up With Eclipse Photographers For 'Megamovie'The University of California, Berkeley, working with Google, has amassed an army of a thousand volunteer citizen photographers to capture an historic solar eclipse.
Dumbarton Rail Bridge Proposal Gains Steam After Facebook Funds StudyA proposal to rebuild a century-old bridge next to the Dumbarton Bridge for commuter trains is picking up steam.
Wildfire Nears Small Community In Yosemite National ParkRangers at Yosemite National Park have alerted a small community to a wildfire that crews are struggling to contain from the air and ground.
2 East Bay Lakes, Closed By Toxic Algae, ReopenedLake Temescal in Oakland has been closed to swimmers since June 26 and Quarry Lakes has been closed since Feb. 8.
Video Game Company Accused Of Selling Pirated 'Pac-Man' ConsolesSix people associated with a Santa Clara classic arcade machine company have been charged with making and selling counterfeit versions of “Pac-Man” and other video games.
Dozens Of Sea Lions Sickened With Domoic Acid Poisoning Something in the water has made dozens of sea lions sick, leaving experts at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito scrambling to help them.
Gas Prices Rising Again, Bay Area Average Above $3 Per Gallon Gas prices in cities across the Bay Area and California are on the rise, according to a AAA spokesman.
Competing Bike Share Companies Launch Services In South San FranciscoTwo bike share companies that feature dockless parking both launched their services in South San Francisco Tuesday, as the bike share industry continues to roll out new options.
Draft U.S. Report: Extreme Storms Driven By Climate ChangeDirectly contradicting President Donald Trump, a draft report produced by 13 federal agencies concludes that the United States is already feeling the negative impacts of climate change.
Video Shows Climate Change Over Last Century In Just Thirty-Five SecondsA new video from a Finnish weather researcher illustrates the drastic changes in temperature in 191 countries, in just 35 seconds.
Best Ways To Celebrate World Humanitarian Day In San FranciscoSaturday August 19, 2017 is World Humanitarian Day, a day the United Nations General Assembly designates to commemorate and reflect on the many men and women around the world who selflessly put their lives at risk working in humanitarian causes around the globe. Locally, you can get involved to make a difference by helping your neighbors in need. They are all around you, and could use your support.

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