Beehive Heists Lead To Felony ChargesTwo California men have been charged with a string of felony counts stemming from a criminal case that created a buzz among beekeepers across the country.
Group Pushes To Preserve South Bay's Coyote ValleyA huge open space in the South Bay between south San Jose and Morgan Hill is the focus a new $80 million plan to preserve the area.
Deleted EPA Climate Data Published On San Francisco's WebsiteSF mayor Ed Lee joined mayors from 12 other U.S. cities who had the saved information published to their city's website.
President Trump Withdraws U.S. From Paris Climate AgreementPresident Donald Trump announced Thursday was abandoning U.S. pledges to the Paris Accord to reduce carbon emissions that contribute to global warming, but that step seems unlikely to stall the push to adopt cleaner forms of energy.
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."
Santa Cruz Needs A Plan To Deal With Seawall ErosionState officials are losing patience over erosion on a stretch of Santa Cruz coastline.
Nevada, Kentucky Senators' Bill Would Rewrite U.S. Endangered Species ActCritics say the proposal would dismantle landmark legislation Pres. Nixon signed into law and put hundreds of species on a path to extinction.
KPIX Sky Drone 5: The Wildflowers Of The Carrizo PlainThe winter storms have given birth to an explosion of color as the wildflowers have bloomed on the Carrizo Plain in San Luis Obispo County.
Bay Area Refinery To Pay $340,000 To Settle Air Quality LawsuitValero agreed to pay the $340,000 to settle 28 alleged violations, most of which occurred in 2014.
Threatened California Frog Found In Santa Monica MountainsRed-legged frogs hadn't been seen in the mountains since the 1970s.
State Officials Propose $400 Million To Slow Salton Sea ShrinkageThe state has so far committed $80 million. That leaves a shortfall of more than $300 million.
Battle Over Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire DebrisMonths after the deadly Ghost Ship Warehouse fire claimed 36 lives, the mounds of charred furniture, musical instruments, bicycles and building material deposited in San Leandro along the San Francisco Bay has become a source for concern.

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