Growth & Sustainability
A pair of architects are reinvisioning the city's relationship with water, starting with storm runoff.
Soil at hundreds of properties contains lead and arsenic that can lower children’s IQs and increase cancer risk.
Nearly a year after San Jose shut down the Bay Area’s biggest homeless encampment, hundreds still live along city creeks. What went wrong?
Failure to meet the new requirements can trigger serious economic consequences for some communities.
Nation’s largest fishing port was already short on housing. With Shell in town, locals say things are getting worse.
Demand for housing, recreation and energy development means military bases could lose essential buffer land.