State water officials say they may dam parts of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in an emergency measure to protect freshwater used by millions of Californians.
To the surprise of even health officials, it turns out that most deaths from drinking too much involve middle-aged adults—not teens or college kids.
If it’s only your head that’s ringing in the new year after indulging in a little too much New Year’s Eve fun Wednesday night, you might be in need of some help feeling better.
A San Mateo County Superior Court judge who was convicted of driving with a blood-alcohol level exceeding the legal limit was publicly admonished by a state watchdog agency in San Francisco Tuesday.
Police officers in Richmond discovered an apparently drunk man passed out in the trunk of a car pulled over during a DUI stop.
A Berkeley student from San Ramon was found dead on Piedmont Avenue last week, the second death in the last two months.
Your child’s next tweet or Facebook post could be hurting their chances of getting into college. No longer are grades, test scores and self essays the only measure of whether an applicant gets accepted or not.
State officials say three years of drought are taking a heavy toll on California’s groundwater supplies.
San Francisco’s PUC has begun digging in and around Golden Gate Park in search of water flows with plans to pump up to four million gallons a day to blend into the Hetch Hetchy tap water supply by 2016.
Berkeley police Monday identified a man found dead at a fraternity house near the University of California at Berkeley campus early Sunday morning as 20-year-old Vaibhev Loomba of Antioch.