It has been almost a year since this neighborhood was reduced to a crater. In this Good Question: Has anyone started rebuilding near the San Bruno explosion site?
In early 2010, these homes looked like they were doomed. Jimmy in South San Francisco asked this Good Question: What is the latest on those apartments falling into the ocean in Pacifica?
It’s something many of us have dealt with getting ready in the morning. Nancy McNabb asked this Good Question: Why does the shower curtain get sucked inward when the shower turns on?
Some of the state’s inmates get to do time in the great outdoors, but it’s not without risk. Danny Richards asked this Good Question: Are inmates still used to fight fires in California?
Most of us can’t tell what tomorrow will bring, but the trained surfer can. Sammy in Redwood City asked this Good Question: Do ocean waves really come in sets?
These things may add to the look of your home, but they could save your home in a wildfire. In this Good Question: Can you plant landscaping that will protect your home from fires?
These creatures have taken up residence in San Francisco’s largest expanse of open space. Mary Manzer asked this Good Question: What’s being done about all the gophers popping up in Golden Gate Park?
Before you dip your toes into San Francisco Bay, it’s good to know what might be in there with them. Lisa Romero asked this Good Question: Are there any octopuses in San Francisco Bay?
These vessels are ready at the drop of a dime for any emergency. Ron Longinotti asked this Good Question: What are those strange looking ships docked at Pier 50?
They may appear as a fashion statement on your favorite ball player, but they do serve a purpose. Marlene asked this Good Question: What are those elastic bands that athletes wear on their arms and legs?