UC Davis Scientists Work to Fatten Up California's Salmon PopulationA group of UC biologists aims to get bugs from flooded rice fields into hungry salmon. Angela Musallam reports from Knights Landing. (3-8-18)
Hayward Parts Ways with PG&E, Switches to 100 Percent Renewable EnergyThe city of Hayward is parting ways with PG&E and moving to more environmentally-friendly ways to produce electricity. John Ramos reports. (3-8-18)
Sea Levels Are Rising And Parts Of Bay Area Are Sinking, New Study FindsSFO, Treasure Island and Foster City are among the top Bay Area places more vulnerable flooding due to sinking and sea level rise, a new study finds. Betty Yu reports. (3/7/18)

Small Business

California Could Cut Marijuana Taxes to Help Cannabis IndustryIn Sacramento, Republican Assemblyman Tom Lackey and Democratic Assemblyman Rob Bonta proposed a plan Thursday to dial back the state tax rates on marijuana to encourage buyers to patronize legal shops. Wilson Walker reports. (3-15-18)
Sausalito Fears Ferry Stop at Fort Baker Would Bring Traffic WoesSausalito is already a top tourist destination -- now the city is worried that a new ferry stop could make traffic even worse. Emily Turner reports. (3-8-18)
San Francisco North Beach Losing Longtime Local BusinessesThere are now four empty storefronts in a row on Columbus Ave in San Francisco's famed North Beach and locals fear it may be because the neighborhood is falling out of favor with the city's changing demographics. Joe Vazquez reports. (3-2-18)

Local News

Authorities Investigate Cause of S.F. North Beach BlazeSeveral San Francisco residents remained displaced Sunday as fire authorities continued investigating the cause of a massive building blaze that broke out in a historic neighborhood during the thick of St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-18-18)
Heated Showdown Outside Oakland Cafe That Refuses to Serve CopsAn Oakland business that says it's trying to keep the peace by keeping out police was anything but peaceful for a time on Sunday. Kiet Do reports. (3-18-18)
Sinkhole Creates Traffic Woes For Alameda Posey Tube DriversA sinkhole that opened up near the Posey Tube between Oakland and Alameda will cause significant delays this week. Betty Yu reports. (3-18-18)

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