Alex K. Fong, Deputy creative director for projects In 2011, as deputy design director and executive night editor for Sunday at the San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area News Group, he co-created a company-wide redesign of Digital First Media's some 70 daily newspapers across the United States. Ann Killion, Sports Columnist Ann has worked for the San Jose Mercury News, the Los Angeles Times and Sports Illustrated.
Ravens terminate contract of safety Thomas; Taurasi scores 34 to lead Mercury . • Arizona signed cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick to boost its secondary after a season-ending injury to Robert Alford. elsewhere Taurasi scores 34 to lead Mercury Diana Taurasi hit seven 3-pointers and finished Fog brings poison mercury to Santa Cruz Mountains - mountain lions are suffering Mercury carried in by fogposes a threat to cougars By Peter Fimrite Three times as much mercury has been found in mountain lions in the Santa Cruz Mountains than in their inland brethren, and the likely culprit
Mercury Insurance ends fight with California for record $41 million Mercury spatwith state endsfor $41 million By Don Thompson Mercury Insurance Co. is ending its two-decade battle with California regulators over extra fees charged to customers by agreeing to pay the state more Sacramento woman gets mercury poisoning from skin cream from Mexico The 47-year-old woman came to a hospital with high levels of mercury in her blood. Officials said the mercury was added after purchase and not by the Pond's manufacturer. Officials said the mercury was
Huge amount of SF Transbay Transit Center wiring may have to be replaced But if trains actually start running - and that's still years off - a substantial upgrade to the wiring will be needed to comply with national fire codes for passenger rail stations. Twitter: @matierandross 'Car guy' revives 1953 Mercury convertible In order to preserve the family's rolling stock, my dad found me my first car - a 1953 Mercury two-door rust bucket sedan, which I bought for the princely sum of $92. I was browsing the Internet when up
3 arrested in theft of copper wiring at old Santa Rosa hospital site By Annie Ma Three men were arrested for allegedly stealing 2,000 feet of copper electrical wiring from the old Sutter hospital building in Santa Rosa, police said. Michael Vernon Hayes, 50, Mark Richard EPA proposes easing mercury pollution controls Washington EPA proposes easing mercury pollution controls By Lisa Friedman WASHINGTON - The Trump administration proposed Friday major changes to the way the federal government calculates the benefits, in human
White House to weaken rules on mercury emissions The weakening of the mercury rule - which the EPA considers the most expensive clean air regulation ever put forth in terms of annual cost to industry - would represent a major victory for the coal industry. Elevated mercury found in blood of some SF firefighters who battled Tubbs Fire Elevated mercury found in some who fought Tubbs Fire By Steve Rubenstein Some San Francisco firefighters who pitched in to battle the deadly Tubbs Fire in 2017 came back to their firehouses with higher levels of