'Culture Change' May Come For Mill Valley Residents As City's Fire Plan Bans LandscapingThe city of Mill Valley is considering an aggressive wildfire prevention plan that would ban a lot of residential landscaping. Pushback from the community is causing the city council to look for ways to soften the blow.
Residents Of Marin County Mobile Home Park Panicking Over Rent IncreasesTenants of a mobile home park in Marin County are panicking over rent increases that may cause some to lose their homes. It is a group of people who are especially vulnerable to the housing crisis.
Marin County Officials Say Man's Quirky Property Is A 'Junkyard,' But He Calls It ArtA Marin County man says he’s under attack from local officials for the quirky, offbeat art pieces on his property, which officials say threaten code violations.
'Quentin Cooks' Program Teaches San Quentin Inmates Fine Culinary SkillsThe unique culinary program Quentin Cooks at San Quentin State Prison recruits professional chefs who volunteer to teach inmates cooking skills required to work in a commercial restaurant.
Off-Leash Dog Kills Endangered Seal Pup At Pt. Reyes SeashoreAn off-leash dog attacked and killed a seal pup last week at Point Reyes National Seashore, according to National Park Service investigators.
Elderly Woman, Dog Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver In San AnselmoA woman walking her two dogs was killed by a suspected drunk driver as she was crossing Butterfield Rd. in San Anselmo on Saturday evening.
Orphaned Seal Pups Fill Animal Center After Human Contact Scares Off MothersMarine wildlife rescuers say they are being inundated with orphaned seal pups, many of them abandoned by their mothers because of the actions of people on the beach.
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge To Undergo Battery Of TestsThe Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is undergoing critical tests this week to see how much longer the 63-year-old bridge will last.
Dixie School District Votes To Change Name Amid Link To Slavery, ConfederacyAfter a heated debate, the Dixie School District in Marin County is changing its name after critics said it's linked to the Confederacy and slavery.
Man Who Drowned While Clamming In Tomales Bay IdentifiedThe Marin County coroner's office has identified a man who died Tuesday while clamming in Tomales Bay as Hai Li Zhou 29, of Sacramento.