Some Environmentalists Are Disappointed  With Governor Gavin Newsom


Some Environmentalists Are Disappointed With Governor Gavin Newsom

Governor's office has seemed reluctant to help protect Northern California's rivers and fisheries if the actions might anger agricultural interests.


Carbon-Free Power at No Charge. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

PG&E offers East Bay Community Energy a long-term supply of free electricity with a catch: it's nuclear.


Why Pete Stark Mattered

In his 40 years as an East Bay congressman, he reformed health care and helped shape the modern progressive movement.


Berkeley Greenlights BART Housing in Principle, But the Devil Is In the Details.

Some observers are prioritizing maximum housing density, but other residents near the Ashby station are pushing for 100 percent affordability.


MegaBots Liquidates its Assets, Sells Giant Robot on eBay

Company that tried to establish a giant robot fighting league concedes that its business model was flawed.


The Coming National Water-Quality Crisis

New California testing guidelines that take effect this month are expected to reveal widespread groundwater contamination from the chemicals associated with Teflon.


Researchers Into 'Deepfakes' Highlight Failings of New California Legislation

Experts from UC Berkeley say more work is needed to stem the spread of deceptive audio and video content in advance of presidential election.


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