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San Francisco firefighters and Marine Mammal Center volunteers successfully rescue a harbor seal from a perilous net entanglement in the bay.
A plan to reintroduce sea otters to the Bay Area is gaining momentum, with hopes of restoring crucial links in the San Francisco Bay's food chain and rebuilding kelp forests along the coast.
After an earlier vote was deemed invalid, the Commission formalized its decision.
If the commission approves the resolution, the plaza will be temporarily called Embarcadero Plaza.
Several water features have been reactivated, but some fountains will require testing and repairs.
The plaza honoring a man whose policies displaced thousands of minority and low-income residents "needs a new name," said two supervisors.
It's not the first weather phenomenon in the last 24 hours that got locals drawing parallels to today's political transition. But to tipster Josh K., it was a welcome sight.
This week's king tides are a small preview of the damage a seawall breach could create on the waterfront—but federal help isn't forthcoming.
For those staying warm and dry indoors, here's a peek at the action out there.
Experts say the naturally occurring tides offer a unique preview of the threats posed by rising sea levels.
The inviting plaza, with its inlaid granite blocks, soft, rolling green hills, and pine and willow trees, complements the neighborhood.
The City Attorney's office has sent an invoice to Nikki Sparks, the organizer of a December Lightsaber Battle, requesting she pay $5,220 for damages to Sue Bierman Park and park ranger staffing.
A showdown of Jedi vs. Sith might have been in good fun, but city taxpayers picked up the bill.