Julie Johnson, SF Chronicle

Julie Johnson

SF Chronicle

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Julie:

Northern California waterfalls are roaring. Here’s where you can see them

Winter rains have revived Northern California waterfalls. But be aware that trails and... → Read More

Atherton reigns as most expensive U.S. ZIP code for home sales. These other Bay Area spots also made the list

Atherton held its title as the most expensive ZIP code in the country with a median home sale price of $7.9 million — about 20 times the national median. → Read More

Bay Bridge crash leaves 18 injured on Thanksgiving

Ambulances rushed four injured people to hospitals Thursday after a chain-reaction crash... → Read More

BART sees weekend delays, bus transfers, due to Concord track work

Planned repairs are causing delays along BART’s yellow line between Antioch and the... → Read More

‘I’m fed up’: Bay Area Tesla owners respond to Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover

Here’s what people in the Bay Area, one of Tesla’s top markets, think about the increasingly erratic Elon Musk. → Read More

‘Back from the abyss’: Warriors fans pack S.F. for parade awash in confetti and righted wrongs

Steph Curry and his teammates rode victorious along San Francisco's Market Street with their families, jumping off double-decker buses to greet roaring fans. → Read More

California scientists are mapping the riskiest areas for disastrous fire. These are the biggest hot spots

Cal Fire is revising maps to identify areas at greatest risk of disastrous fires. Those primed to burn have narrow roads, dense vegetation and homes intermixed with forests. → Read More

Rap supergroup Mount Westmore uncorks the hits at BottleRock

E-40, Too Short, Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube drew the biggest crowd during the second night of the festival. → Read More

Pink takes moment of silence at BottleRock for victims of Texas school shooting

Before cooking on the Culinary Stage, the pop star, chef Roy Choi and Gail Simmons took a moment of silence to remember the 19 students and two teachers killed. → Read More

E-40, Too Short toast Mount Westmore’s BottleRock debut ahead of festival set

E-40, fellow Bay Area rap artist Too Short and retired Oakland Athletics left-fielder Rickey Henderson joined Oakland pit master Matt Horn for a lesson on fried chicken. → Read More

California wants more electric cars. But many public chargers don’t work

A quarter of Bay Area charging stations have problems like broken screens or payment... → Read More

In Petaluma neighborhoods, the ‘extravagant life’ is over as climate activism grows

Solar panels, gray water systems and biking around town are all trending in Petaluma... → Read More

No more washing sidewalks: Californians ordered to cut outdoor water use

Amid the ongoing drought, the State Water Board on Tuesday adopted mandatory statewide... → Read More

Dominic Foppoli investigation: Before raid of ex-mayor's home, woman came forward with new assault allegation

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said that the woman’s allegation would fall within... → Read More

Texas woman charged with assaulting flight attendant en route to San Francisco

The federal crime of interfering with aircraft operations carries a potential 20-year... → Read More

Visitors can fly into U.S. from Europe, China again; S.F. tourism hopes soar

International visitors who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can return to San... → Read More

Rising tides are cutting into restored wetlands on San Pablo Bay. Salvaged logs might be the answer

The Sonoma Land Trust is installing “wave shadows” with salvaged logs to slow erosion... → Read More

Atmospheric river creates havoc around Bay Area

Driving rain and fierce winds battered Northern California on Sunday and filled the sky... → Read More

Grizzly Flats family lost everything in the Caldor Fire. Will they rebuild in the woods?

Generations of Tylers have lived on 500-acres of dense forest in Grizzly Flats in El... → Read More

The Caldor Fire blew past every barrier firefighters put up. This is how they finally tamed it

The Caldor Fire, which has been destroying houses and forests for weeks as it rampages... → Read More