The city of Sausalito has given residents of a tent encampment at Dunphy Park until Tuesday to leave but the campers have vowed to stay. Da Lin reports. (6-27-21)

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Battle Over Sausalito Homeless Encampment Nears a ShowdownThe city of Sausalito has given residents of a tent encampment at Dunphy Park until Tuesday to leave but the campers have vowed to stay. Da Lin reports. (6-27-21)
East Bay Startup Tackles Housing Crunch With 3-D Printing TechnologyMighty Buildings of Oakland has created seven 3D-printed ADUs (accessory dwelling units) that are already out in the community. Susie Steimle reports. (6-24-21)
Real Estate Madness in Manteca as Home Prices Pass Million-Dollar MarkNew home buyers, many fleeing the Bay Area, are pouring into Manteca and they're ready to pay. Anna Giles reports. (6-24-21)
Tips to Avoid Power Outages During Impending Heat WaveSunday there are concerns that the state's power grid could become overloaded in the hotter days ahead. Devin Fehely reports on what experts are urging people to do to avoid outages. (6-13-21)
Drought Crisis: Healdsburg Bans Sprinklers; Limits Personal Water UseHealdsburg officials have unveiled tough new restrictions on water use, ordering sprinklers and drop irrigation system to be shut off immediately. John Ramos reports. (6-12-21)
With Eviction Moratorium About to Expire, Tenants Ask for ReliefThe statewide eviction moratorium is set to expire in 20 days, putting more than one million Californians at risk of losing their homes. Susie Steimle reports. (6-10-21)
CoCo County Supervisors Step Up Battle Against Illegal FireworksThe drought together with the rise in California wildfires has prompted Contra Costa County to crack down on illegal fireworks. Kenny Choi reports. (6-10-21)
Marin County Residents Fall Short of Water Conservation GoalThe Marin County water district is calling on customers to cut back water usage by 40 percent but, so far, efforts are falling short. Da Lin reports. (6-4-21)
Developer Sues Millbrae Over Proposed Housing at El Rancho InnA Peninsula city with a history of not meeting its affordable housing goals, Millbrae is now being sued for it. Susie Steimle reports. (6-3-21)
Too Green or Not Too Green: That's the Question for Drought-Stricken HomeownersEast Bay water customers have been asked to voluntarily reduce water usage by 10 percent and, while many are on board with the reduction, some are getting called out on social media for not conserving. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-3-21)
Brentwood Combats Drought With Free Recycled Water HandoutsBrentwood is offering an innovative water recycling program to residents to encourage conservation as the drought drags on. Wilson Walker reports. (5-27-21)
Dire Drought Conditions Prompt Marin County to Consider Ban on Home Water HookupsThe Marin Municipal Water District might temporarily ban new water hookups for the first time in nearly three decades. Brian Hackney reports. (5-20-21)
North Bay Homeowners Scramble to Prepare Properties for Early Fire SeasonThe North Bay is one of the hot spots dealing with extreme fire danger and residents are busy clearing space around their homes in preparation for a drought-driven wildfire season. Da Lin reports. (5-9-21)
East Bay Real Estate Prices Soar Into StratosphereIt's not just the weather. The red-hot real estate market is sizzling right now in the East Bay! Da Lin reports. (5-7-21)
Hayward Couple Told to Clean Up Trash Left at Homeless Camp by Their HomeAn East Bay couple is caught in a trash battle with the county. They say they are being punished for a mess that is not theirs. Juliette Goodrich reports from Hayward. (5-6-21)
Most of Bay Area Under Extreme Drought ConditionsTeam coverage from Juliette Goodrich and Wilson Walker in the East Bay. (4-29-21)
Rising Sea Level Threatens Stinson Beach NeighborhoodsThe U.S. Geological Survey predicts that by 2100 the ocean could rise as much as seven feet, putting some 600,000 homes at risk of flooding. Many of them are in Marin County. Kenny Choi reports. (4-22-21)
Utilities Push to Cut Subsidies for Home Solar Energy SystemsHomeowners with solar panels get paid by PG&E for energy they kick back into the grid but utility companies are pushing to cut credits for home solar installations. Kenny Choi reports. (4-22-21)
Marin County Considers Imposing Home Watering RestrictionsAlmost 200,000 Marin County residents may be under mandatory water conservation restrictions in a couple of weeks. Kenny Choi reports. (4-8-21)
'Flex Pool' Program Matches Homeless San Franciscans to Vacant ApartmentsThroughout the pandemic San Francisco has seen an increase in vacant apartments, now people experiencing homelessness are being placed into those empty units. Susie Steimle reports. (3-26-21)
Campaign To Transform CoCo County's Oldest Adobe 'Rancho' House Into MuseumA fundraising drive has nearly reached its goal of saving and restoring the oldest home in Contra Costa County. John Ramos tells us that one day soon it may be a museum to fill a gap in the Bay Area’s history.
WalletHub Names Fremont Happiest City in America for 2021Fremont was ranked the happiest city in America in a WalletHub study that compared 180 of the largest U.S. cities. Allen Martin reports. (3-11-21)
Social Housing Seen as One Solution to Home Affordability in Bay AreaDemocrats across the country say there’s one solution that can help solve the housing affordability crisis, it’s what’s known as "social housing." Susie Steimle reports. (3-5-21)
East Bay Landscaper Charged in Stump-Grinder DeathThe owner of a Concord-based landscaping company is facing two felony charges for the death of an employee in 2018. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-4-21)

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