California’s State Senate Appropriations Committee has shelved a bill to give certain foster children critical help in making the transition to adulthood.
Many of the Bay Area’s Tri-Valley residents can’t get enough of treated sewer water used for plants, trees and lawns. It’s so much that the Dublin-San Ramon Services District is having a tough time keeping up with demand.
San Jose residents face mandatory water rationing with monthly allotments and the possibility of penalties if they go over their allowed amount as soon as mid-June.
San Jose is the latest big city in the state to ban filling outdoor swimming pools, and business at hot tub stores in the city has gone cold.
A Redwood City car wash is taking water conservation during California’s drought, cleaning cars with just one cup of water.
An owl rescued by California Highway Patrol officers in Santa Rosa is recovering Monday morning.
KCBS and KPIX Meteorologist Roberta Gonzales’ forecast includes a slight chance of rain in the Bay Area forecast towards the end of the week.
If you drive a car through the Bay Area, chances are good that police have photos of your license plate, and data on where you’ve been, and that information may be available to anyone who asks for it.
California is adopting unprecedented restrictions on water use, but residents are getting mixed messages from state and local officials.
The grass is gone, plants are not getting watered and the pool water is recycled. Waterworld has gone on a water diet.