Water Levels, Safety Concerns High At Russian River Memorial Day WeekendBusinesses are looking forward Memorial Day weekend on Russian River after years of drought. But folks returning here, might find it is a different river.
Caltrain Electrification May Also Benefit Commuters On 101, 280 After the Trump administration approved over $600 million in federal funding for the electrification of Caltrain, supporters say drivers will also benefit from the rail upgrade.
Feds Claim Fiat-Chrysler Put Emissions Cheating Software On Pickups, JeepsA federal lawsuit alleges that nearly 104,000 Ram pickups and Jeep Grand Cherokees have emissions cheating software.
Trump Administration Approves $650 Million For Caltrain ElectrificationThe Trump administration has agreed to fully fund a $650 million federal grant for electrification of the Caltrain system.
Google, Environmental Groups Partner To Track Illegal, Unregulated FishingTechnology developed in the Bay Area could lead to the end of illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing around the world.
Central Valley Man Accused Of Stealing Nearly $1 Million In BeesAuthorities in Fresno County have arrested a Sacramento-area man accused of stealing bees and beehives worth nearly $1 million.
Warming To Cut Wheat, Barley Yields For Cereals, UC Davis Study FindsThe effects of climate change will seriously affect your morning bowl of cereal, as wheat and barley are expected to become more difficult to grow.
Small Turbines From Silicon Valley Firm May Shift Wind Energy MarketA Silicon Valley startup is aiming to change the direction of the alternative energy market with small, animal-friendly wind turbines.
Group To Clean Up Pacific Garbage Patch 2 Years Earlier Than PlannedA Dutch foundation says it will start cleaning up the huge area of floating junk known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch within the next 12 months
Senate Blocks Move To Overturn Obama-Era Rule On DrillingThe Senate on Wednesday failed in a bid to reverse an Obama-era regulation restricting harmful methane emissions that escape from oil and gas wells on federal land.
California, 3 Other States Sue Trump Administration Over Coal Lease ProgramFour states are suing over the Trump administration's decision to restart the sale of coal leases on federal lands.
Berkeley Closes Popular Neighborhood Park To Protect Nesting BirdsJames Kenney Park won't be open any time soon because "federally and state protected wildlife is nesting in the area."