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'Worst. Editorial. Guidance. Ever.' KQED Science Reporters Reflect on the Pandemic's Early Days

Kelp, Sea Otters and Urchins. Who's Eating Who in Monterey Bay

People stand in line at the mass vaccination site at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center. It opened for healthcare workers and people over 65 on February 5, 2021 in San Francisco, California.

Your COVID-19 Vaccine Questions, From Side Effects to Safety

Paramedics drop off a patient in the emergency room at Regional Medical Center on May 21, 2020 in San Jose. Frontline workers are continuing to care for COVID-19 patients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Paramedics and hospital workers are among those covered under the state's Airborne Transmissible Disease rule.

California Has a Rule to Protect Workers Against Pandemics. Here’s How It’s (Not) Working

Only 2,000 Monarch Butterflies Remain in California. But They Still Don’t Have Protection

Analysis: Trump Administration Incompetence Helped Save Environmental Regulations

What Is the True Cost of California Wildfires? No One Really Knows

From Condoms to Coronavirus Masks, 'Harm Reduction' Has Worked to Protect Public Health

Millions of Older Californians Live Where Wildfire Threatens. Mostly, They're on Their Own