Today’s Top Story

: A middle-aged Black woman stands on a sidewalk, with two Victorian-style homes visible at an angle behind her, one gray, one white, both with a set of steps leading up from the sidewalk to a first floor. She has long black twists past her elbows and wears a red headband and a red velour jacket over a Black t-shirt with a circular logo in white print that says "Can We Live."
For These Black Bayview-Hunters Point Residents, Reparations Include Safeguarding Against Rising, Toxic Contamination
Rising bay waters will move in under the surface of the land, pushing up groundwater and likely spreading buried toxic contamination to neighborhoods surrounding the Hunters Point Superfund site.