The week’s news in photos from around the Bay Area.
Since July 1, officials have trapped and released nine black bears and killed one.
Investigative report prompted legal action. And some districts are responding.
Entertainer joins state’s fight to save water. In the meantime, San Francisco says conservation is sexy.
Small blaze is contained quickly as fire officials and company give conflicting accounts of the cause.
Californians could face fines of up to $500 for wasting water on lawns, landscaping or car washing.
The government has given the company until the end of July to shut down.
Company says it has ‘grave concerns’ about new environmental proposals attached to project.
Proposed rules would carry fine of up to $500 for violations such as hosing down sidewalks.