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Published in : 2015-03-27 | by KQED News
Perhaps the single most daunting thing about trying to distill the history of the Bay Area into a few blog posts is the sheer volume of stuff out there — first-person ...
Published in : 2015-08-04 | by KQED News
A simulation by Steven N. Ward of UC Santa Cruz of a tsunami hitting the San Francisco Bay Area. Find more at his website: http://es.ucsc.edu/~ward/
Published in : 2017-02-11 | by KQED News
The San Francisco Bay Area's tech economy has fueled an economic boom, yet tens of thousands of people are homeless in the region. In San Francisco, the ...
Published in : 2017-07-19 | by KQED News
On an island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay sits a series of abandoned wooden buildings, slumped over and sinking into the ground. They're all that's ...
Published in : 2014-10-16 | by KQED News
Could tiny homes solve the Bay Area's problems with affordable housing? Read the story online (and see more tiny house pictures!)
Published in : 2016-01-30 | by KQED News
Human Trafficking Next week's Super Bowl festivities include all kinds of entertainment, including free concerts and parties. But a shadow economy often ...
Published in : 2015-08-11 | by KQED News
"Ten minutes after I jumped into the Pacific Ocean, I inhaled several cups of sea water and was kicked in the face. It was going pretty well for my first competitive ...
Published in : 2018-05-09 | by KQED News
Have you ever driven down Market St. in San Francisco and wondered what that big, imposing building behind the Safeway is? It's a big gray building sitting up ...
Published in : 2017-08-03 | by KQED News
A massive redevelopment project is underway to transform the city's public housing projects on Potrero Hill. Current residents wait to see what an uncertain ...
Published in : 2018-08-30 | by KQED News
"Who built the East Bay mystery walls? They appear to be ancient, many hundreds or even thousands of years old." Little is known about the rock walls, found in ...