West Portal Neighbors Blame Old Storm Drains After Heavy Rains Flooded Their HomesDuring this weekend's storm, water backed up into West Portal homes, and flooding was more than a foot deep for almost an entire block. Residents say the storm drains were the problem.
City Worker Dies In Diamond Heights Tow-Truck AccidentPolice in San Francisco confirmed Wednesday afternoon that a city worker died in a freak accident in the Diamond Heights neighborhood.
Calaveras Dam Project Fossils Providing Glimpse Of Prehistoric Bay AreaThe massive Calaveras Dam Project has uncovered a treasure trove of fossils that are giving UC researchers a glimpse of what life was like in the prehistoric Bay Area.
Calaveras Dam Project Fossils Providing Glimpse Of Prehistoric Bay AreaThe massive Calaveras Dam Project has uncovered a treasure trove of fossils that are giving UC researchers a glimpse of what life was like in the prehistoric Bay Area.
Conflict Between PG&E, SF Public Utilities Commission Bogs Down More ProjectsThere are new developments in a bitter fight between the city of San Francisco and PG&E that could cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.
Conflict Between PG&E, SF Public Utilities Commission Bogs Down More ProjectsNew developments Wednesday in a bitter fight between the city of San Francisco and PG&E that could cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.
SFPUC Determines Different Cause Behind Smelly Tap WaterNew information surfaced Thursday about what has been causing stinky water to come out of some Bay Area taps since last week.
Water Main Break Cuts Service To Dozens Of Homes In SF Visitacion ValleyRoughly 25 homes were without water Friday evening as crews worked to repair a broken water main in Visitacion Valley.
Massive Sinkhole Opens In Pacific Heights StreetWork crews inspected a massive sinkhole early Friday that has created a gaping hole in a street in San Francisco's posh Pacific Heights neighborhood.
Sultry San Francisco Ads To Encourage Water Saving Could Make You BlushIn clever San Francisco fashion, the city is using a certain kind of appeal to make water conservation more, well, "sexy."
Despite Record Drought, Hetch Hetchy Reservoir Levels At 92 PercentThe San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which supplies drinking water to 2.6 million Bay Area customers, says the supply looks good heading into summer, but conservation remains a top priority.