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Storm Runoff In California Gold Country Exposing New Motherlode?Weeks of rainy weather across Northern California and the storm runoff through the hills of gold country have triggered a new gold rush.
Mountain Bikers Seek Access To More Marin County TrailsMountain bikers in Marin County want more access to trails where they are currently prohibited.
Oroville Dam Outflow Slowed To Clear DebrisCalifornia water authorities started slowing the outflow Monday from the Oroville Dam's crippled spillway to allow workers to remove debris blocking a hydroelectric plant from working.
Rising Floodwaters Jolt Rattlesnakes Out Of HibernationHibernating snakes are getting caught up in floodwaters which means more rattlers could be found near creeks or streams in populated areas.
Plan To Add Groundwater To Hetch Hetchy Troubles SF Water LoversSan Francisco's world-famous Hetch Hetchy water is about to change and so may its taste.
Oakland Dumped Ghost Ship Fire Debris Next To Bay Shoreline ParkOakland mayor Libby Schaaf defended the city when confronted about the dumping it did with debris from the Ghost Ship warehouse fire.
Former Bay Area Air Quality Agency Workers File Whistleblower ClaimTwo former employees of the agency responsible for protecting the Bay Area from air pollution say they were improperly fired for trying to prevent the illegal destruction of important records.
Weekend Volunteer 'Superheroes' Clean Drug Paraphernalia From Mean Streets Of SFAlong San Francisco's city streets and alleys a group of volunteers spend their Sundays searching for used syringes left behind by addicts.
Extraordinary Winter Tests California Flood ControlOn one hand, it was a textbook lesson in the power of small problems, or in this case, a small breach in a dam spillway that almost caused a catastrophe.
Blasted By West Coast Storm, Californians Grapple With Slides, Snow, FloodingWith the storm feeding on an atmospheric river of moisture stretching far out into the Pacific, precautionary evacuations of homes in some neighborhoods were requested.
Decision Delayed On $650M Caltrain Grant After Push From GOP CongressCongressional Republicans had pushed the administration to reject the application from Caltrain.
Senate Confirms Scott Pruitt To Lead EPAThe Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

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