National Park Service Releases Point Reyes Plan; Limit To Size Of Tule Elk Herd; Allow Cattle RanchingThe National Park Service has released the final version of a report detailing how it wants to manage private ranching and tule elk herds in Point Reyes National Seashore and the north district of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Nearly 200 Golden Gate Bus, Ferry Operators Warned Of Possible Layoffs Amid Low COVID-19 RidershipMany workers who help run Golden Gate Transit buses and ferries between the North Bay and San Francisco could soon be out of a job.
Marin County Moves to Tier 2 of COVID Response, More Businesses to ReopenMarin County announced Tuesday that it had successfully appealed to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to move into Tier 2 of the state’s COVID-19 response framework, allowing it to reopen more businesses.
Marin County Sheriff To Lift Remaining Woodward Fire Evacuation WarningsThe Marin County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday announced that the remaining evacuation warnings in West Marin due to the Woodward Fire would be lifted at 4 p.m.
More Than A Dozen Marin Schools Welcome Back Students For In-Person Learning Marin County approved waivers to allow more than a dozen schools to reopen Tuesday for in-person classroom learning. For many, it was a small step, but a welcome one.
Reopenings: Marin County Remains On State's COVID-19 Tier One; Business Reopenings DelayedMarin health officials announced Tuesday the county's hopeful move to Tier 2 COVID-19 status by state officials will not happen at least until the end of the week.
COVID-19 Won't Stop Volunteers from Helping San Quentin InmatesVolunteers Diana Kronstadt and Helaine Melnitzer were immersed in a San Quentin rehabilitation program when COVID-19 blocked them from entering the prison.
COVID-19 Reopenings: Marin County Approves COVID Waivers for 15 SchoolsMarin County officials announced Thursday that it’s allowing 15 schools to reopen as COVID-19 data improves in the area.
Woodward Fire: Most Evacuations Lifted; Visitors Told To Avoid Pt. Reyes Labor Day WeekendThe Marin County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday evening that evacuation orders and warnings have lifted near the Woodward Fire in the Pt. Reyes National Seashore, but it still threatens one neighborhood.
Woodward Firefighters Encounter Fire Whirl While Battling Marin County WildfireFirefighters working to control the 3,072-acre Woodward Fire witnessed one of Mother Nature's most frightening weather phenomena Saturday -- a whirling column of flame known as a fire whirl or firenado.
2 Firefighters Suffer Minor Injuries From Falling Debris Battling Woodward FireTwo firefighters battling the Woodward Fire in Marin County sustained minor injuries from falling debris while working the fire Thursday morning, authorities said.
Kerith The Golden Retriever Comforts Firefighters Battling Woodward Fire In Marin CountyFor firefighters in the North Bay, a crucial morale boost is being provided by a four-legged visitor to the fire lines.
Sonoma County Rescue Helicopter That Saved Marin County Firefighters Could Be Victim Of Budget CutsThe Sonoma County Sheriff's helicopter rescue unit that just saved two Marin County firefighters trapped in the midst of the Woodward Fire last Friday night is at risk of being eliminated due to budget shortfalls.
Woodward Fire: 90 Homes Evacuated Near Inverness; Firefighters 'Not Seeing Progress We Would Like'As the marine layer began to burn off Tuesday morning, local and federal 'hot shot' firefighters prepared for another day of battle with the Woodward Fire, burning in rugged coastal terrain in western Marin County and fueled by tinder-dry trees and brush in an area never before touched by a wildfire.
Woodward Fire: New Evacuations Ordered Near Point Reyes StationAdvancing flames from the Woodward Fire in Marin County prompted additional evacuations near Point Reyes Station, Monday evening.