ABC7 Presents: More to Explore
Host Dan Ashley provides an exclusive, behind-the-scenes sneak peek into San Francisco's new Exploratorium!
Flood threatens Pauley Pavilion court
A massive water-main break that flooded parts of UCLA's campus, including Pauley Pavilion, threatened to ruin the Bruins' home floor and do similar damage to other buildings Tuesday.
Youth Service America 2014 Summer of Service Awards
ABC, in partnership with Youth Service America, is calling on young change-makers to apply for a Summer of Service Award -- winners get $1,000 award!
Thousands of sea creatures wash ashore in San Francisco
Thousands of jellyfish-like creatures have washed ashore in at least two places along the Bay Area shoreline. It's very unusual for this time of year.
PHOTOS: Meet the stars where you live
We believe in the game changers, the dream chasers, the explorers, the REAL stars where you live.
Crash tests results for electric vehicles coming out
Electric car crash tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety are due out Tuesday night.
Bay Area weather forecast for Wednesday
Tonight will be partly cloudy and mild, with overnight lows mainly in the upper 50s to low 60s.
7 On Your Side helps couple get refund for tax they didn't have to pay
7 On Your Side helped a local couple get refund for a tax they didn't have to pay. In many districts, seniors can get a free pass around the parcel tax, but one Marin County couple just found that out after paying it for 16 years.
Kevin Durant: LeBron move 'classy'
Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant congratulated LeBron James on his decision to return to Cleveland but says he's not sure if he'll play for his hometown Wizards when he becomes a free agent.
San Francisco considers new water conservation efforts
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener wants to hold hearings on future ways to reduce the city's water usage.
Consumers taking complaints to social media
Taking complaints to social media seems to be working for many consumers.
Pipe flooding at UCLA will take hours to shut off
Officials say a broken water pipe that is flooding parts of the UCLA campus will take hours to turn off.