San Francisco Bay
The return of the America’s Cup to the San Francisco Bay appears to be experiencing some choppy waters with the organizers threatening to pull out and relocate to another city.
A state agency says Google must move its mystery barge from a construction site on Treasure Island because the permits are not in order.
The chance to win a third straight America’s Cup with Oracle Team USA was a bigger allure to skipper Jimmy Spithill than taking a big-money offer from a foreign challenger.
Google workers who live in the East Bay can now make the commute to the company’s Silicon Valley campus by sea.
Could San Francisco’s chance to host the next America’s Cup be sailing away? That’s what one of the race organizers recently said, indicating that they were looking at other venues like Hawaii and San Diego.
In a strong sign that the America’s Cup could return to San Francisco in 2017, Mayor Ed Lee has proposed to organizers that the main venue and team bases be centralized on the Embarcadero and that the schedule be more consistent and condensed.
A Mill Valley man who fell into the Bay on Friday was allegedly trying to throw his wife off of the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge during an argument, San Mateo County’s district attorney said Tuesday.
Most of the sightings have been in an area where the species was nearly wiped out after decades of hunting and development.
The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued the person who went into the water from the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge after a disagreement that occurred following a vehicle accident on the bridge Friday afternoon.
U.S. Coast Guard and Alameda County fire officials were called out on a wild boat chase Friday morning near Emeryville after a man fell overboard.