Cal Fire officials say the rapid spread of the King Fire near Pollock Pines is exactly what they had worried about as California had become ground zero for the worst fires in the country and the drought rolls into its third year.
One of the sailors who survived the crash of a racing yacht earlier this month on the Farallon Islands is talking publicly about what happened aboard the Low Speed Chase.
Once this summer hits, California single family homes will be required to have carbon monoxide detectors.
A rare copy of the historic Magna Carta will be on display for the next month in San Francisco.
Cleanup efforts are underway on the Petaluma River, as it has been a dumping ground fro abandoned vessels and other debris for years.
An environmental advocacy group has thrown its support behind PG&E’s SmartMeter program.
Researchers are warning of a “super-storm” hitting California in the next 100-200 years.
Environmental officials are using new green technology to speed up the process of cleaning Superfund sites in the U.S.
An open space district in the North Bay is continuing its nearly two decades of protecting land for future generations.
Yosemite’s famed Awahnee Hotel will be shutting its doors for three weeks starting in late February to complete an ongoing renovation project.