A mountain that John Muir described as ‘perpetually snowclad’ is now bare all the way to the summit.
One of the key fisheries on the West Coast is coming back after years of decline.
The EPA settlement requires Berkeley, Oakland and EBMUD to make repairs in their sewage lines.
The region is losing about 23 billion gallons of treated water each year, mostly due to aging pipelines.
In a victory for native tribes, ruling says imminent harm to fish outweighs potential harm to farmers.
A U.S. Forest Service decision released Wednesday will allow loggers to remove dead trees from the area.
A glimpse of the complexity many miss as they hurry through the valley on their way somewhere else.
As postquake structural assessments continue, Napa officials say 120 buildings have been red-tagged.