King Tides Return -- When & Where There's Risk For FloodingKing Tides are a natural occurrence, not generated by any strong storm, so these high tides are predictable.
Rising Sea Temperatures Leaves Fairfield Bird Rescue Center Flooded With PatientsHundreds of hungry and exhausted seabirds are continuing to flood a Fairfield bird rescue center because of rising sea temperatures, leaving the center strapped for resources and volunteers.
No Sign Of Blue Whale Tangled In Fishing Line Off SoCal CoastThere is no sign of a blue whale that was entangled in fishing line off the Southern California coast.
Surge In Bay Swimmers Credited To Above Average Water TempsThere has been a surge in swimmers taking to San Francisco Bay, thanks to warmer water in the Pacific Ocean.
Coast Guard Warns Of Rip Currents At Bay Area BeachesThe U.S. Coast Guard is asking beachgoers in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas to be cautious in and near the ocean Sunday, Coast Guard officials said.
Dead Whale Found Lodged In Alameda DockA dead whale became lodged in a dock in Alameda Wednesday morning, but it was unclear how the whale died.
Investigation Into Deaths Of 30 Whales Along Alaska's Shores IntensifiesA federal agency announced plans Thursday for a more intense investigation into what caused the deaths of 30 large whales in the western Gulf of Alaska since May.
Dead Anchovies Found In Monterey Marina Hours After Aeration System Turned On, But Cause Remains UnclearSome anchovies died off at the Monterey Marina Thursday and city officials are looking for a cause.
Dead Humpback Whale Washes Onto Pacifica BeachA dead Humpback whale washed onto the shore on a beach in Pacifica Sunday, according to dispatchers.
2-Mile-Wide Oil Slick Mysteriously Appears Off Southern California CoastThe Coast Guard says a 2-mile-wide oil slick that mysteriously materialized off the Southern California coast is expected to dissipate on its own in the days ahead.
Muni To Shut Down Subway Service Every Night To Upgrade Equipment DowntownDowntown subway service on all light-rail lines will shut down early every night from Friday July 31 until January 2016 to allow for upgrades to radio and emergency communications systems, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Climate Expert Says 2014 Ocean Temperatures 'Were Just Ridiculous'In their annual, detailed physical of Earth's climate, scientists say the world is in increasingly hot and rising water.