It's not that earthquake faults in California are more dangerous than before. It's just that scientists are better now at measuring their potential for disaster.
About 100 birds in the San Francisco Bay area have died from hypothermia after being covered in a mysterious goo.
Artists will overlay the path of hidden creeks and arroyos on San Francisco's city streets, in a nod to waterways that used to run through nearly every valley in the city.
In San Francisco, officials are being forced to resort to a fish-killing chemical to get rid of a lake's invasive species. Continue reading →
High-tech instruments and old-fashioned groundwork remain important in the aftermath of an earthquake.
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning.
The release of hundreds of red balloons during a gaming conference in San Francisco angered many in the city by the bay.
Harbor porpoises are returning to San Francisco Bay in increasing numbers after having evacuated the area during Word War II.
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