San Francisco radio stations KOIT-FM and KFOG-FM have pledged to remove the signature chart-topping song "Royals" from their airwaves until the end of Major League Baseball's World Series.
By William Brangham, Elisabeth Ponsot
As San Francisco considers a tax on sugary beverages, NewsHour Weekend spoke with residents as they bought their favorite drinks. We asked: if the price of their beverage of choice increased, would it change their consumption behavior?…
By PBS NewsHour
As a vote on whether to raise the tax on sodas, teas, energy drinks and any others that contain added sugar sold in San Francisco draws near, advocates for the beverage industry and public health arena weigh in on how…
Leaders from the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project have an ambitious 50-year project to turn former barren industrial salt ponds back into thriving wetlands habitat. The hope is that the restored tidal marshes will mitigate some of the impacts…
By PBS NewsHour
Northern California’s Napa Valley began to assess the damage caused by a 6.0 earthquake on Sunday -- the largest quake to rock the region since 1989. At least 90 homes and buildings were deemed unsafe for occupancy, while the wine…
By Larisa Epatko
Cathrine Sneed, founder of The Garden Project -- a farm-based education program for ex-offenders and at-risk youth -- says she isn’t teaching gardening so much as teaching people how to work.
By Justin Scuiletti
While Batman celebrates his diamond jubilee this year, it was last November that a tinier black-caped crusader stole headlines. It was a wish come true for Batkid, aka Miles Scott, a 5-year-old in remission after a three-year battle with leukemia.
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