Body Found Decomposing in Mud Near Dumbarton BridgeA decomposing body was found Friday in the marshlands in Fremont, police said.
Death Of Gray Whale In San Francisco Bay Likely Caused By Ship StrikeA female gray whale found dead in the San Francisco Bay suffered blunt force trauma that was likely caused by ship strike.
San Francisco Bay Ferries Are Reaching CapacityThe rush to catch a Bay Area ferry is getting more crowded by the day.
Winter Storms Pollute San Francisco Bay Waters With TrashIt's no secret the Bay Area has a trash problem, but when it rains the trash pours into our waterways.
Caltrans: Rising Waters From Climate Change Will Endanger Bay Area Freeways A new Caltrans study released Wednesday revealed the havoc rising water levels in the San Francisco Bay caused by climate change could create on Bay Area roadways.
2nd Swimmer In 24 Hours Attacked By Sea Lion Off San Francisco Aquatic ParkFor the second time in less than 24 hours, a swimmer in San Francisco Bay off Aquatic Park in San Francisco has been attacked by a sea lion.
Sea Lion Bites Bay Swimmer Near San Francisco Aquatic ParkAttacks by sea lions or seals like the one that left a swimmer near San Francisco's Aquatic Park with serious injuries Thursday are fairly rare, an expert said.
Critically Injured Worker Rescued From Barge In San Francisco BayRescuers are transporting and treating a critically injured worker Friday afternoon from a barge in San Francisco Bay to a hospital, San Francisco fire officials said on Twitter.
As Traffic Worsens, Feinstein Seeks New Bridge Across BayFederal lawmakers are pushing the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to build a new bridge across the San Francisco Bay.
Cargo Containers Tumble Into Water At Port Of OaklandDivers and salvage crews probed the 50-foot depth of the Port of Oakland Friday for 10 massive empty cargo containers that tumbled off a freighter into the water.
Tour Boat Captain Talks About Dramatic San Francisco Bay RescueThe captain of a tour boat that operates on San Francisco Bay is being called a hero after rescuing a group of tourists that could have been sunk after their small craft hit a rock.
Researchers Hope Whale Tagging Can Reduce Ship Strikes In SF BayWhales have showing up in Bay Area waters in record numbers this summer and marine researchers are hoping new technology might help the sea mammals from being hurt or killed by ship strikes.

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