While spring is the time of year when many property owners around the Bay Area begin tree trimming, wildlife advocates want them to take caution because it’s also nesting season for animals that are fast becoming orphaned.
After mysteriously disappearing on New Year’s Day, an oft-decorated moosehead-shape deformity which was sawed off an old eucalyptus tree in Napa, was recovered.
UCSF Mission Bay hospital staff are polishing their skills on the newest and most attractive magnetic resonance imaging machines (MRI) in the country in an effort to make it easier for young patients to stay still during an intimidating procedure.
Napa has lost a small-scale local landmark, an odd moosehead-shape growth on the trunk of a eucalyptus tree that generations of locals remember fondly.
The San Francisco court system has a new, specially-trained assistant to help vulnerable witnesses cope with their situation, and can do it on all fours.
A San Francisco company has produced a high-tech motorcyle helmet featuring rear-view camera and GPS with a heads-up display.
A rare seabird has been spotted for just the second time in North America, this time off the California coast.
A Brentwood ranch which specializes in miniature horses recently traveled to North Dakota pick up 15 miniature horses from an owner with health and financial problems and brought them back down to the Bay Area to get them ready for adoption.
A wildlife conservation group in Marin County that cares for hundreds of orphaned baby birds has enlisted an army of knitters to make nests for the rehabilitating chicks.
A North Bay high school is close to putting the finishing touches on a multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art swimming pool, with one exception – there is no water available to fill it because of the drought. But now, a former student is stepping up to provide a solution.