New Life for Stalled Plan to Demolish 4 Dams on Northern California's Klamath RiverAn agreement announced Tuesday paves the way for the largest dam demolition in U.S. history, a project that promises to reopen hundreds of miles of waterway along the Oregon-California border to salmon that are critical to local tribes.
Rare Badger Spotted East Of Mount Diablo Near AntiochA rare badger sighting was recorded by members of an East Bay environmentalist group earlier this month as they were walking along a rural road between Antioch and Mt. Diablo.
Fremont Police Say Tesla Patrol Car Pilot Program A Success, Plans To Add To Energy Efficient FleetPolice in Fremont have released the results of a pilot program involving a Tesla added to its fleet, saying the electric vehicle can withstand the rigors of police use, while requiring less maintenance.
Supes Approve Plans To Close San Jose's Reid-Hillview Airport In 2031The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved plans to prepare for the closure of Reid-Hillview Airport when federal funds expire in a decade.
Bay Area Coal Country? Richmond Residents, Coal Companies Battle Over Use Of PortUnbeknown to most, the bay is home to one of only two deep sea ports on the entire West Coast that export coal to Asia.
Thousands Of Coho Salmon Released Into Pescadero Creek In Restoration ProjectThere really hasn’t been many salmon in Pescadero Creek north of Santa Cruz for years. On Tuesday, that changed.
Tesla Set To Join S&P 500 Index In DecemberBay Area electric car manufacturer Tesla will join the S&P 500 Index, effective December 21, according to a Monday announcement from S&P Global.
Community Groups Press For Closure Of Reid-Hillview Airport In San Jose Over Lead EmissionsCiting concerns over airborne lead emissions, community leaders in San Jose called on the County Board of Supervisors to shut down Reid-Hillview Airport, a major hub for flight training and recreational aviation in the South Bay.
New Tree Fungus May Be Killing Thousands Of Acacia Trees In Oakland HillsTens of thousands of Bay Area acacia trees are dead and dying from a deadly tree fungus scientists have identified as Pistachio Canker.