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Researchers say the more connected were with their devices, the less connected they were to their children. Read more.
Recycled water plant relies on technology used successfully from Singapore to Orange County.
Critics question claim by state officials that underground tanks pose no real health threats.
By removing burls, timber thieves end genetic life of a line of trees; 15 were damaged in February.
Berkeley City Council voted to increase garbage collection rates by 25 percent.
As kids date earlier, educators and health professionals try to instill lessons about healthy relationships.
Two bills from legislators would allow cities to restrict how landlords can use controversial law.
California is making a mad dash to enroll Latinos into health care plans. So far, the state Obamacare marketplace has not done well on this front. Advertising campaigns are missing the mark, and Spanish-speaking counselors who can help with the complex signup process are hard to come by. …read more
The East Bay city of Pittsburg is considering a new oil terminal to supply crude to Bay Area refineries, but some locals are concerned about the safety of the project. …read more