Creating affordable housing requires a multi-pronged, nuanced approach. Experts suggest some solutions.
Controversial measure on gun control passes in Sunnyvale, school bonds across the Bay Area prevail.
Marin County residents are voting on sales tax increases and bonds.
County health experts see an alarming downward trend in childhood immunizations.
Marin County supervisors approved a plan on Tuesday that allows affordable housing developments along Highway 101 to be built.
Hunger Challenge 2013 raises awareness to the struggles faced by low-income residents in our cities.
by Amy Standen and Jon Brooks Many Bay Area children are heading back to school this week, and in some of those schools kids are in more danger than ever of contracting preventable diseases because of parents who decline to vaccinate their children. Last year, 7.8 percent of Marin County parents – a 1 percent […]
A 45- to 50-foot fin whale died after stranding on the north side of Stinson Beach early this morning. Veterinarians are assembling a necropsy team to explore the cause of death. “What they’re doing is trying to see if they can actually pull the animal out of the water higher up on the beach, so that […]
That little beauty is a salmon shark that washed ashore at Stinson Beach in Marin on Sunday. KQED’s Sarah Baughn was visiting the beach when this turned up next to her boogie-boarding 9-year-old. A beach lifeguard estimated the length at about 2½ feet. It’s not the only salmon shark sighting. Someone posted this YouTube video […]
Yesterday, the Marin County district attorney announced that former Ross Valley Sanitary District (RVSD) general manager Brett Richards had been arrested in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines, following a bizarre year that started with his abrupt emailed resignation from the agency in July 2012 and his subsequent disappearance. The arrest happened on July 11. Since then, the […]