Tuesday 5/112:36 pm
By Julia Cheever
The state of California led a coalition of 17 states Tuesday in suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Administrator Scott Pruitt to challenge a plan to roll back national vehicle emission standards.
Wednesday 4/253:09 pm
By Daniel Montes
Tetra Tech, a firm contracted by the U.S. Navy to clean up radiation at San Francisco's Hunters Point Shipyard, said Wednesday it would pay for retesting at the site.
Thursday 7/201:48 pm
By Bay City News
Anglers are advised to avoid eating channel catfish and limit their consumption of black bass and rainbow trout caught in the north lake at San Francisco's Lake Merced.
Thursday 2/411:22 am
By Sara Gaiser
Big Super Bowl celebrations can spell lots of wasted food. Local nonprofit Food Runners San Francisco and the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee are working to make sure food left over from events is quickly distributed to agencies that feed the hungry.
Thursday 10/227:09 pm
By Rachel Matsuoka
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has strengthened its wood burning regulations, including prohibiting wood burning devices from being installed in new buildings.
Wednesday 11/128:01 pm
By James Lanaras
A Vacaville-based company that renovates foreclosed homes has been fined $51,000 regarding lead-based paint handling requirements, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday.
Blue Mountain Air failed to comply with the federal Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting rule that…
Wednesday 2/14:40 pm
By Dimitri Hagnéré
Columbus Manufacturing has agreed to pay a $700,000 fine and spend $6 million upgrading their refrigeration systems after two incidents hospitalized 17 people in 2009.