A man who has brightened a Concord neighborhood with his holiday lights display got a special tribute from neighbors Monday.
Numerous power outages were reported along San Francisco’s Embarcadero Friday morning.
San Francisco’s streets are getting a makeover with new LED street lights.
An environmental group has issued a warning about kids’ Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat bags found with what the group claims are elevated levels of toxic chemicals.
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener has been beating the drums for better street lighting for years and now he’s pushing some legislative changes.
The dim, yellow bulbs that have lit up the city’s streets for years are being replaced with cheaper, brighter LED lights. Astronomers say that change is making their work harder.
A viewer told CBS 5 about some surprising video captured early Sunday morning in San Francisco’s Mission District. In the video, a series of lights fly in formation above the city before appearing to take a diamond shape and eventually disappearing.
For many Bay Area residents, it doesn’t feel like the holidays until they see the massive light display in front of “Deacon Dave’s’ Livermore home.
Bay Area storm-related power outages affected nearly 16,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers overnight and into Friday morning, according to the utility.
By next March, the installation will create the appearance of dancing lights on the bridge’s Eastern Span, and organizers say it will likely bring nearly $100 million a year in tourist dollars to the region.