California Joins Global Commitment to Zero-Emission VehiclesAlong with leading businesses, investors and international governments, California on Wednesday signed on to an international declaration to reach 100 percent zero-emission vehicles by 2035.
State Roadkill Report Identifies I-280 As State’s Deadliest Highway For AnimalsA new report detailing thousands of roadkill incidents on California highways over a decade found that Interstate 280 between San Bruno and Cupertino was California's deadliest highway for animals.
Large Electric Car Charging Station Opens At Valley Fair MallOne of the nation’s largest public fast-charging stations debuted at Valley Fair Mall in San Jose on Wednesday.
Recent Rains, New Fish Ladder Set To Aid Salmon Populations On Alameda Creek – 'It's Really A Miracle'Like so many places in Northern California, the recent rains have really transformed things here along Alameda Creek.
Early Storms Raise Some Marin County Reservoir Levels To Near CapacityThe latest round of rain has Marin County looking at a couple of reservoirs that are nearly full in just the second week of November.
Mountain Lion Hit by Police Car on State Route 92A police patrol vehicle hit a mountain lion that was bounding across lanes of State Route 92 in San Mateo late Saturday, authorities said.
Richmond Bans Natural Gas Hookups in New ConstructionThe Richmond city council approved a ban on natural gas hookups in new building developments earlier this week in an effort to cut down on pollution.
State Sen. Becker Pushes for California to Reach Zero Emissions by 2035At the United Nations Climate Conference Thursday, State Sen. Josh Becker, D-San Mateo, announced his new legislative initiatives for a cleaner California, one of which calls on state government operations directly to go carbon neutral.
PG&E Reaches $125M Settlement Over Massive 2019 Kincade FirePacific Gas & Electric has reached a $125 million settlement agreement with California regulators over the destructive Kincade fire, which was ignited in 2019 by the utility's equipment in a remote area of Sonoma County.
California Condor Tracked Flying Above Mount DiabloFor the first time in more than 100 years, a critically endangered California condor took flight above Mount Diablo.
Newson Suddenly Pulls Out of Trip to U.N. Climate Conference, Sends Lt. Gov. KounalakisUnspecified “family obligations” prompted California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday to suddenly cancel his trip to Scotland for the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference, a huge gathering of international leaders on a subject that is among his highest priorities.
Mountain Lion Spotted in Pinole; Latest In Series of Bay Area SightingsThe past two weeks have seen three mountain lion sightings in the Bay Area, two in the North Bay and the latest Thursday in the East Bay when a woman encountered a big cat on a trail at Pinole Shores Park.
Petaluma Receives $1M 'Cool Cities' Grant To Help Achieve Carbon NeutralityPetaluma has been selected to be a leader in the fight against climate change, and possibly provide a road map for the rest of the country.
Lake Tahoe Boat Inspectors Find Record Number Of Vessels With Invasive MusselsThe number of boats that inspectors stopped from launching at Lake Tahoe while carrying aquatic invasive species reached a record high this year, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency said.
Bay Area State Sen. Dave Cortese Calls For Banning Live Guns On Movie Shoots In CaliforniaA Bay Area lawmaker called for the ban of live guns and ammunition on movie shoots in California over the weekend, in the wake of last week's fatal shooting on a movie featuring Alec Baldwin.