Authorities say they’ve found 10,000 marijuana plants growing in a California state park.
Oakland police plan on searching a commercial building where firefighters responding to a blaze found at least 100 marijuana plants.
Officials at Candlestick Point State Recreation Area said vandals are responsible for destroying thousands of native plants and equipment at the state park, which is scheduled to be closed in July.
CEO Jed York said he sees it as a functionally green stadium.
The protesters are now building a garden where tents once stood near Oakland City Hall.
Foxtails are sprouting again. These plants are a real problem for pets during the spring and summer months. KCBS’ Jeff Bell talks to Dr. Jack Aldridge, Director of Veterinary Services at The San Francisco SPCA.
Boaters and swimmers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta are finally getting some help from the state in removing a non-native plant that is flourishing uncontrollably.
The first science experiment on the International Space Station designed by San Jose high school students is smaller than a shoe box, but could lead to answers about how astronauts will someday feed themselves on long space flights.
Contra Costa County, which has the highest concentration of petro-chemical plants in Northern California, has seen a significant decline in serious chemical accidents over the last few years.
Authorities say they seized about 15,000 marijuana plants worth $30 million from a cornfield in Contra Costa County.