Nov 15, 2011

Coffee Truck Features "Green" Java

Coffee Truck Features "Green" Java

A gourmet coffee truck makes it espresso and all other coffee using solar power. That is why it is considered a "green" enterprise.

Nov 14, 2011

Eco Fashion with Maria Cornejo

Eco Fashion with Maria Cornejo

Maria Cornejo was honored for her commitment to earth-friendly design -- a fitting tribute for a woman focused on keeping as much design as she can within peoples' hands. While she insists that it's...

Nov 11, 2011

Blue Jeans Go Green

Blue Jeans Go Green

Levi Strauss claims its new "waterless" jeans are better for the planet.

Nov 11, 2011

Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct

Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct

A quarter of all mammals are at risk of extinction, conservation group says.

Nov 11, 2011

Administration Urges New Wilderness Protections

Nov 11, 2011

'Fracking' Chemical Found in Town's Aquifer

Nov 11, 2011

Senate Majority Rejects GOP Bid to Block EPA

Nov 11, 2011

Parks in Peril: Budget Impasse Could Take a Major Toll

Nov 11, 2011

US Orders Alternate Routes For Controversial Oil Pipeline

Nov 11, 2011

'Rock Snot' Invades Fish Hatchery

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SJ Considers Allowing Boars to be Trapped, Killed

SJ Considers Allowing Boars to be Trapped, Killed

They are known for descending on lawns and destroying them, but should wild boars be trapped and killed in the South Bay?

First Flu-Related Death Reported in Napa County

First Flu-Related Death Reported in Napa County

The first flu-related death in Napa County this season was reported Friday night, according to county public health officials.

Arrest in New Year's Day Shooting Death in San Jose

Arrest in New Year's Day Shooting Death in San Jose

A suspect in a Jan. 1 homicide in San Jose was arrested this week at San Francisco International Airport, police said Friday.

Thousands Attend Anti-Abortion Rally in SF

Thousands Attend Anti-Abortion Rally in SF

Anti-abortion activists attending a march down Market Street in San Francisco on Saturday offered personal stories about how an abortion negatively affected their lives and expressed renewed hope that the...

Commission Fines PG&E $530,000 for Safety Violations

Commission Fines PG&E $530,000 for Safety Violations

The California Public Utilities Commission has fined Pacific Gas & Electric $530,000 for safety violations it says it found during audits that began in 2012.

Thousands Attend HempCon in San Jose

Thousands Attend HempCon in San Jose

Thousands of people poured into the San Jose Convention Center Saturday to experience HempCon, one of the biggest medical marijuana conventions.