Paul Rogers, East Bay Times

Paul Rogers

East Bay Times

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Marin IJ
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Whittier Daily News
Past:
  • Times-Standard
  • ChicoER
  • Monterey Herald
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Denver Post
  • Marc Morano
  • Oakland Tribune
  • L.A. Daily News

Recent articles by Paul:

Atmospheric river storm: Flash flood watch issued, Sunday could be wettest day in more than two years in Bay Area

Power outages, flooded roads, downed trees expected. → Read More

Atmospheric river storm: Flash flood watch issued, Sunday could be wettest day in more than two years in Bay Area

Power outages, flooded roads, downed trees expected. → Read More

Marin set to be soaked by ‘atmospheric river’ storms

Three successive storms will surge into Marin and the Bay Area from the Pacific Ocean this week, offering a promising start to winter after two years marked by record wildfires and dry conditions. → Read More

Forecast rainstorms could quell wildfire risk in Santa Cruz County

Three forecast rainstorms set to begin Tuesday evening, could bring Santa Cruz County much needed relief from a historic year of wildfires, but are unlikely to mean significant progress in refillin… → Read More

Atmospheric river storms to soak Bay Area, Northern California — biggest in 9 months

The storms are forecast to bring the most rain to the Bay Area since January. → Read More

Escaped controlled burn in Santa Cruz Mountains was on retired fire chief’s property

467 firefighters from as far away as Mendocino battled the Estrada Fire. → Read More

Water budgets and drought fees coming to 1 million residents in San Jose and neighboring communities

Surcharges aim to cut water use 15% from 2019 levels. → Read More

Q&A: How California’s new ban on gas-powered leaf blowers, lawn mowers and other outdoor equipment will affect you

Goal is to reduce smog, but some landscapers aren’t happy. → Read More

First snow of the season falls in Tahoe, Yosemite areas

Roads closed in Yosemite and at high Sierra passes. → Read More

California drought: Water conservation improving, but still below goal, in Santa Clara County

In August, water use countywide fell 9%, short of 15% emergency goal set four months ago. → Read More

Bay Area air district will pay you up to $9,500 to swap your old car for an electric one. Here’s how.

Program helps pay for hybrid vehicles, electric cars, electric bikes and transit passes. → Read More

Why you might not get plastic utensils next time you go to a California restaurant

The new laws are aimed at reducing plastic pollution in the ocean. → Read More

Why you might not get plastic utensils next time you go to a California restaurant

The new laws are aimed at reducing plastic pollution in the ocean. → Read More

Why you might not get plastic utensils next time you go to a restaurant

New laws are aimed at reducing plastic pollution in the ocean → Read More

Fires: Millions of California homes are vulnerable; tech entrepreneur says he can cut your risk

Drones, satellite imagery part of fire-proofing homes → Read More

Fires: Millions of California homes are vulnerable; tech entrepreneur says he can cut your risk

Drones, satellite imagery part of fire-proofing homes → Read More

Lee Quarnstrom, Mercury News columnist, Merry Prankster, dies at 81

Journalists, as the old saying goes, write the first draft of history. Lee Quarnstrom not only chronicled history, he lived it. As a young man in the late 1950s, he wrote about mobsters in Chicago.… → Read More

Map: 1 of every 8 acres in California has burned in the last 10 years

The eight largest fires in California’s recorded history have occurred in the last four years. → Read More

Map: 1 of every 8 acres in California has burned in 10 years, and here are the state’s biggest fires

The eight largest fires in California’s recorded history all have occurred in the last four years. → Read More

Scenic ranch near Mission San Juan Bautista preserved in land conservation deal

540-acre property was owned by family of former San Benito County Sheriff Harvey Nyland → Read More