A cow-calf pair of gray whales have made their way into the San Francisco Bay. Whales wander into the bay every spring, but experts are worried that people might come too close to this current wandering pair and scare the mother away from her baby.
Environmentalists and San Francisco neighborhood groups said they will ask for more time to review how the city plans to minimize the effects boats and crowds will bring when spectators come to watch the America’s Cup yacht race.
Around a half of a million people could crowd onto the San Francisco and Marin shores to watch the America’s Cup yacht race in the summer of 2013.
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco Board of Supervisors went on record Tuesday opposing a federal proposal to restrict parts of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area where dogs can go without a […]
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors delayed a vote Tuesday that would have put them on record opposing a federal proposal to restrict parts of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area where dogs can go without a leash.
More than 100 people came out to speak on a federal proposal to restrict parts of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area where dogs can go without a leash.
Campers at Yosemite National Park would be escorted out of the park and the gates to several popular Bay Area attractions would be locked if Congress does not reach an agreement to prevent a federal government shutdown.
The National Park Service was set to hold the first of four open house meetings Wednesday to allow the public to discuss a proposal to drastically reduce off-leash dog areas in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.