California’s prolonged drought has created opportunities for prospectors and miners panning, sluicing, chiseling and diving for gold.
Jewelers are undercutting Apple’s pricey $10,000 gold model watch by gold-plating cheaper models.
There may not be much gold and diamonds left for miners, with other metals also running out.
What goes down the drain might be more valuable than people think. Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey are looking at the possibility of recovering gold, along with rare elements from feces and sewage.
If the mere idea of a smart watch seems like a waste of money, get ready to be flabbergasted because a luxury watch maker is selling a $75,000 diamond-encrusted version of Apple’s newest gadget.
Three people wearing ski masks robbed San Francisco’s Wells Fargo History Museum early Tuesday morning, police said.
Street robberies in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale have been targeting people of Indian descent wearing gold jewelry, the Santa Clara Police Department announced Wednesday.
Clayton is a city remains true to its western roots. In this town, water has become as precious as gold, and thieves are resorting to stealing it.
One of the biggest gold nuggets found in modern times in Northern California’s historic Gold Country is going up for sale.
Santa Clara police were investigating a series of street robberies this month apparently targeting people of Indian descent, police said Tuesday.