The earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan moved these vessels into neighborhoods, roadways and buildings. In this Good Question: How are the Japanese moving large ships that got swept inland by the tsunami?
Joe Scheufler of Burlingame asked this Good Question: What kind of strange non-mail stuff has been put into a mailbox?
At a time when the state could use each cent it can get, revenue from DMV fees can really add up. In this Good Question: How much is California losing to residents who drive with out-of-state plates?
The Golden State has been going solar for more than 30 years. But in the past couple years, things have really heated up. Solomon asked this Good Question: What is the California Solar Initiative?
They lived in the Bay Area long before any of us were around. In this Good Question: Where were the Ohlone Villages in what is now San Francisco?
It has been five months since a powerful earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan, which also led to a crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. In this Good Question: What is the latest condition of Japanese nuclear facilities?
Container ships are loaded down with all sorts of goods when they arrive at the Port of Oakland. In this Good Question: Is there anything on those ships when they sail out?
It protects life on earth from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays. Peter DiAngelo of San Francisco asked this Good Question: Whatever happened to the hole in the earth’s ozone layer?
It used to take months to build a freeway, now Caltrans can get the job done overnight. In this Good Question: What is “road slab” technology, and how does it work?
They slither, hiss and in a worst case scenario, can be very dangerous. In this Good Question: Are there any poisonous snakes in the Bay Area?