To vax or not to vax? For many, the answer comes easily, while others...
PG&E has not made adequate progress in utilizing risk management tools to determine where vegetation management efforts should be directed.
The count found 486 people living in 381 cars and recreational vehicles, an increase of 91% since the 2019 tally, reversing a decrease seen between 2017 and 2019.
A series of tragic events culminated in the deployment of Marin County’s version of SWAT, a four-hour standoff, two destroyed boats, a fire and a dead dog earlier this month.
"Our team hasn't responded to this number of dead gray whales in such a short span since 2019," a biologist with the Marine Mammal Center says.
Sometimes discussions on Nextdoor breed bad behavior and downright discontent between neighbors. This is not Mister Rogers’ neighborhood.
The move would eliminate the complex web of county-by-county tiers and replace it with a statewide reopening of businesses.
California opened Covid-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents age 50 and older Thursday, the...
A hotbed of experimental sound for nearly a century, Mills College is preparing to close its doors due to financial struggles.
Legislators are trying to establish the nation's first public banking option that would offer no-fee bank accounts to all California residents.
A Marinship-based nonprofit opposes early plans to open Sausalito's waterfront commercial district to housing developments.
Californians frustrated by the never-ending hunt for Covid-19 vaccine appointments may have to wait several weeks until appointments are more readily available.
The event, A Vigil in Solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander Community, will start at 2pm on Sunday, March 28.
In a lawsuit filed last week, dozens of landowners from Sonoma and Marin counties accused Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit of a land grab.