CHP Searching for Culprits in Big Sur Anti-Tourism VandalismAuthorities searched Thursday for whoever painted Highway 1 with giant-size graffiti attacking the impact of tourism on Big Sur. The CHP said its removal will cost taxpayers around $1,700 and that those responsible will face felony charges.
East Bay Regional Parks To Stop Using GlyphosateGlyphosate is being banned immediately in picnic areas in the East Bay Regional Park District, district officials said Wednesday.
BART Adding Bike Straps On Trains To Aid CyclistsBART passengers who bring their bicycles along for the ride will be getting some help to steady their bikes from new straps on train cars.
Vandals Spray 'Overtourism Is Killing Big Sur' After Sign Posted On Bixby BridgeAuthorities are searching for vandals who spray painted the message "Overtourism Is Killing Big Sur" nearly two weeks after a similar message was posted on the famed Bixby Bridge.
Bay Area To See More 'Killer' Heat Waves Without Climate Action, Report WarnsThe life and health of Bay Area residents is at risk if no action is taken globally on climate change this century, according to a report released Tuesday by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Navy Turns Over Concord Weapons Station Land for New Regional ParkMore than 2,200 acres of former Concord Naval Weapons Station land in eastern Concord is now in the hands of the East Bay Regional Park District, which plans to make this land the center of a new park.
Chevron Spills 800,000 Gallons Of Oil, Water In Kern CountyCalifornia authorities are preparing to start cleaning up an oil spill that dumped nearly 800,000 gallons of oil and water into a Kern County canyon.
State Lawmakers Seek to Slow Desert Water ProjectA project to pump water from under the Mojave Desert and sell it to people in Southern California could be slowed by a bill approved on Thursday by the Democratic-controlled legislature.
Palo Alto Officials Make Moves To Reduce Construction Waste In LandfillsThe Palo Alto City Council on Wednesday enacted sweeping changes to how homes are demolished and built within the city, hoping to reduce the amount construction waste that ends up in landfills.
'Overtourism Is Killing Big Sur' Banner Posted On Popular Central Coast BridgeFrustration over too many visitors and traffic congestion in Big Sur has reached a boiling point.