The hope is that water will be flowing at the waterfall at the Grove by World AIDS Day on December 1.
Some of San Francisco’s busiest corridors are getting a clean up and restoration through a Department of Public Works program.
The fences around part of the lagoon were scheduled to come down shortly, and the swans have already returned.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is providing funding for environmental education and habitat restoration in three low-income Bay Area communities.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) _ Come September, San Francisco Muni riders could see more buses and trains after city officials unveiled a plan on Tuesday to restore 61 percent of the cuts made because of the […]
PLEASANTON, Calif. (KCBS)- The Sunol Grade flag mural that went up after 9/11 and was painted over by Caltrans crews last week has been restored when two men decided to take matters into their own […]