Mare Island Preservationist Warns Visitors After City Sprayed Trails With Potentially Toxic Weed KillerVallejo city leaders were scrambling to find out if and why a potentially toxic weed killer was used on the Mare Island Preserve after a preservationist sounded an alarm, warning people to stay away.
Mosquito Concerns Grow After Wet Bay Area WinterThe rain this year may have gotten us out of our drought but biologists are concerned about mosquitoes breeding in standing water in grassy swamps.
Santa Clara VTA Confirms 4 Cases Of Scabies Among DriversThe Valley Transportation Authority is grappling with an outbreak of scabies, a parasitic skin infection that’s sickened four bus drivers and forced the transit agency to pull a dozen buses out of service.
California Bill Would Make Cannabis More Accessible Throughout StateNew state legislation authored by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, could make cannabis more accessible throughout the state, Ting’s office announced Thursday.
Sonoma State Issues Advisory Not To Use Campus Tap Water Unless BoiledStudents and faculty at Sonoma State University have been advised to drink and cook with bottled water or boiled tap water after a drop in pressure occurred in the university’s well water pumping system.
Senators Demand Answers About Juul's Tactics Targeting Youth, Ties To Big TobaccoThey are requesting data, plans and other information from Juul related to its popularity among youth and its relationship with tobacco giant Altria, which invested nearly $13 billion in the company late last year.
UC Davis Medical Center Warns 200 People Of Potential Measles ExposureThe University of California, Davis Medical Center in Sacramento has warned 200 people that they may have been exposed to measles last month.
Climate Change Linked To More Seasonal Allergies In The U.S., Study SaysClimate change may be the cause of more spring allergies reported across the U.S., a new study shows.
Judge Rules Against Jerome Kunkel, Student Who Refused Chickenpox VaccineA Kentucky judge has ruled against a high school student who sued after he was barred from playing basketball because he wasn't vaccinated against chickenpox.