Opponents Of Livermore Solar Power Project Threaten LawsuitOpponents of a solar project in the North Livermore Valley are ready to sue if the county approves the project Thursday morning.
Bay Area Gas Prices, Traffic Race Towards Pre-Pandemic LevelsGas prices in the Bay Area are racing towards pre-pandemic levels as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues and more cars and drivers hit the road.
Stinson Beach Project Receives State Grant For Adapting To Rising SeaCalifornia is helping Marin County in its efforts to protect Stinson Beach from rising ocean levels, which county officials said could rise up to 10 feet by 2100.
Historic Petaluma Creamery Delivers $844K Payment Toward Delinquent Wastewater Fines, FeesThe city has threatened to evoke Petaluma Creamery’s wastewater discharge permit and gave the company two weeks before the city shuts off access to the sewer system due to outstanding fines and fees.
Caltrans: Highway 1 Storm Repair Work At Big Sur To Cost $11 Million; Reopening Expected In SummerWork to replace a section of Highway 1 along Big Sur that was damaged during a recent winter storm is scheduled to begin next week and is expected to continue until summer, Caltrans said.
EPA Drops Trump-Era Challenge Of Redwood City Salt Ponds ProtectionThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday backed down from its stance that the Redwood City salt ponds are not protected by the Clean Water Act, signaling a change in the Biden administration's direction on environmental issues.
Richmond City Leaders, Community Groups Excoriate Chevron Over Oil Spill; Want Discussion Over Refinery's FutureRichmond residents deserve more answers from Chevron and public agencies about an oil spill earlier this month and the community needs to discuss a future without the oil giant's refinery operating there, city officials and local advocates said Tuesday.
Conservationists, San Francisco Family Reach Deal to Preserve Redwood Forest in Mendocino CountySave the Redwoods League paid $24.7 million to buy a conservation easement over the sweeping Mailliard Ranch, located about 80 miles north of San Francisco in Mendocino County.
Bay Area Scientists Cheer Successful Start of Mars Perserverance MissionNASA made history Thursday when its most advanced Mars rover landed successfully on the red planet to begin a mission to find signs of ancient life.
San Francisco Assemblyman's Bill Boosts Building Wind Farms Off California CoastCalifornia assemblyman David Chiu (D-S.F.) introduced a bill to the legislature on Thursday intending to shift the state's energy sources to rely more on offshore wind power, producing 10 gigawatts of energy by 2040.
Woman Arrested For Anti-Asian Attacks In Mountain ViewA woman has been arrested Friday in connection with two crimes targeting Asians in Mountain View last month, amid an ongoing rise in anti-Asian attacks in the Bay Area and across the country.
Social Housing May Be A Fix For San Francisco's Housing Affordability CrisisDemocrats across the country say there’s one solution that can help solve the housing affordability crisis, it’s what’s known as Social Housing.
UPDATE: Police Arrest Suspect After Knife-Wielding Man Flees 2-Alarm Apartment Fire In San Francisco's CastroSan Francisco police on Friday apprehended a man sought in connection with a two-alarm house fire in the Castro that displaced six residents.
COVID: California Allows For Some Fans At Ballparks, Limited Capacity At Amusement Parks April 1California public health officials announced Friday that fan attendance at outdoor sporting events and live performances would be allowed to take place with capacity restrictions starting in April, along with the opening of amusement parks.
Lost San Lorenzo French Bulldog Returned After Being Found in MexicoA lucky French Bulldog that went missing from his San Lorenzo home early last month is now back with his East Bay family after being found 600 miles away in Mexico.