Susan Leigh Taylor
This week has gotten off to a rainy start with some areas receiving more than an inch—a nice addition to last week’s heavy rain. Despite that, it may not be delivering exactly what California needs to get out of this drought.
At the American River Hatchery near Sacramento, water chillers are being installed at the cost of nearly $1 million with the goal of making sure that the water stays cool enough for salmon that are hatched and raised there.
KCBS Interview: State Senate Leader Darrell Steinberg Says Investment In Central America Would Stem Border Crisis
KCBS’ Susan Leigh Taylor And Stan Bunger Interview California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg about the situation in situation in Central America and the influx of children that are headed for the border.
As the technology improves and costs come down, 3D printers are getting closer to becoming mainstream. Consumers can expect more user-friendly models to be introduced for homes, the workplace and in classrooms.
They hope is that all wineries and vineyards will gain certification in the next five years.
Since New Year’s Eve at least a half dozen pedestrians have been hit and killed by vehicles in the greater Bay Area. One university professor has studied how the Dutch have successfully dealt with this same issue.
A new health campaign launched in California has the goal of curbing smoking. While that goal may be nothing new, the target audience is.
Spring doesn’t officially begin until Wednesday, but people throughout the Bay Area with allergies are already suffering.
Even with fundraising efforts saving dozens of state parks, several are still slated for closure come July 1.
The last Tower Records closed its doors in 2006, but the store’s founder is hoping to keep the legacy of the iconic music retailer alive.