Large Brass Menorah Stolen From Washington Square Park In San FranciscoThe menorah is described as 6 feet tall, 3 feet wide and weighing about 100 pounds.
Tree Falls On Wedding Party At SoCal Park, 1 DeadA wedding turned tragic at a Southern California park after a large tree fell onto a group taking pictures.
San Francisco's Noe Valley Gets A New Park, Farmer's MarketCity officials cut the ribbon on a new park in Noe Valley that will provide a home for a weekly farmers' market and other community events.
17-Year-Old Boy Shot At San Jose Park Dies At HospitalA teen shot at a San Jose park and pronounced dead at a hospital Wednesday night has been identified.
Bear Family Caught On Camera Roaming Sonoma County ParkThe family of three were captured on a remote-control video camera by state park biologists.
Yosemite Adding 400 Acres Of Meadows, Forest; Largest Expansion In DecadesOfficials say Yosemite National Park will add 400 acres of meadows, forest in the park's largest expansion in decades.
Park Officials Warn Pokémon Go Players Of Rattlesnake DangerThe wilderness regions of the Bay Area are home to mountain lions, rattlesnakes and other dangers. So concern is growing among East Bay Park officials that the current Pokémon craze may be endangering park visitors.
Oakland's Latham Square Reopens After 3-Year MakeoverPeople in Oakland got their first look at a transformed neighborhood centerpiece Thursday.
1,000+ Acre Humboldt County Forest Opening To PublicMore than a thousand acres of timber land acquired in 2014 by Humboldt County for a community forest will finally open to the public next year.
SF Alamo Square Park Closure Disappoints Tourists, But Neighbors Takes AdvantageAlamo Square Park in San Francisco is closed through the end of the year, disappointing tourists—but giving locals an opportunity to re-forest the hill where they and their children and dogs play.
Hills Above Fremont Ranch To Be Newest East Bay Regional Park1,249 acres that once were home to a cattle ranch in the hills above Fremont now make up the newest East Bay Regional Park.
Online Apps Making It Easier To Post Illegal Trails In Bay Area ParksThe agency that oversees a large portion of land on Mount Tamalpais says it is encountering a new problem of people posting illegal trail locations online.