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Escalating sea level rise concerns in the San Francisco Bay Area demand a staggering $110 billion for adaptation projects, according to a new report.
As toxic algae blooms continue to shut down swimming areas in the East Bay and affect marine life along the California coastline, concerns grow over human and ecological impacts.
An elusive jellyfish-like creature has been spotted pulsing through Lake Merritt, captivating experts and locals alike.
A 7-year-old boy was airlifted to the hospital after experiencing symptoms consistent with a rattlesnake bite at Mt. Diablo State Park. Park authorities urge hikers to remain cautious and alert on trails during rattlesnake season.
Oakland Zoo welcomes its first-ever white-handed gibbon baby, as the endangered species sets a milestone at the zoo.
The 35-foot tall steel and wood gramophone sculpture won’t be going to Burning Man anymore, as it is now a permanent art installation to be enjoyed at Richmond's Point San Pablo Harbor.
Sad news for a peregrine falcon that made his home on top of the huge Campanile at UC Berkeley and that had recently made a resilient recovery.
Local "avian celebrity" Grinnell the peregrine falcon is one step closer to being able to return to the fight for his home and mate atop U.C. Berkeley's Campanile, according to Lindsay Wildlife Experience, which treated the bird for injuries after a run-in with rivals.
Tiger sisters Molly and Milou had both suffered from arthritis and advanced kidney disease, and the Oakland Zoo made the difficult decision to euthanize both on Monday.
Some residents of the East Bay hills are getting so fed up with increasingly bold coyotes going after pets that one bereaved cat owner briefly offered a $250 bounty for dead coyotes before withdrawing it when California's Department of Fish and Wildlife warned him it was illegal.
From little-known treasures to popular hot spots, Hoodline is creating curated lists of some of our favorite day-trip destinations within reach of San Francisco, San Jose, and the rest of the Bay. This week, we're sharing a few worthwhile jaunts in Alameda County.
They've been called "Oakland's cutest couple" and "Ebony and Ivory" and various other things, but a pair of domesticated ducks that were evidently dropped off at Lake Merritt last year to fend for themselves have officially settled into new digs at a rescue sanctuary for injured or neglected farm animals in Marin County.
The bonded, black and white duck couple have become rock stars on Twitter and Reddit, but they’ve been enduring some serious pain and suffering behind the feathers.