Study Finds More Whales Dying From Ship CollisionsFar more whales die from ship collisions than wash up on beaches, according to a new study from a Petaluma-based nonprofit that works to protect the ecosystem and wildlife.
BART Allows Thousands Of Police Officers To Ride Trains For FreeBay Area Rapid Transit has been giving free rides to police officers for decades.
UCSF Study: Primary Care Doctor Shortage Looms In CaliforniaCalifornia could soon be dealing with a severe shortage of primary care doctors, according to a new report from UCSF.
Social Worker Hired To Help Berkeley People's Park HomelessThe University of California, Berkeley has hired a social worker to help the homeless in People's Park.
California Districts Deal With Teacher Shortage As School Year BeginsWith the new school year just around the corner, and in some districts, already underway, California is suffering from an acute shortage of qualified teachers. It's likely to get worse.
California Bunker Business Sees Spike As Tensions Rise With North KoreaThe owner of a California-based bunker business said his phone is ringing off the hook, amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea.
Neglected Mare Island Naval Cemetery Declared 'National Disgrace'The Mare Island Naval Cemetery in Vallejo has fallen into such disrepair, one retired Navy captain called it "a national disgrace."
Ex-Cal Chancellor Dirks Goes On Break, Will Earn $434,000Former University of California, Berkeley chancellor Nicholas Dirks will continue to collect his executive level pay, even though he's not returning to the classroom right away as originally planned.
Wealthy San Francisco Residents Upset After Street Sold At AuctionResidents of an exclusive San Francisco neighborhood are unhappy about a real estate deal that could lead to them having to pay to park on their own street.
Stanford Professor: Many Questions Remain After Gene-Editing BreakthroughDon't look for gene-editing of embryos for human pregnancy anytime soon.
Fewer California High School Football Players For 2nd Straight YearMore teens than ever are playing high school sports in California, but they aren't necessarily playing football.
Air District Backs Paris Climate Agreement Despite Trump's RejectionThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District isn't backing down in the fight against climate change.

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