Homeowners Submit Weather Insurance Claims After Major Bay Area StormsHeavy rain may be over for now, but for a lot of homeowners the recovery process is just beginning and those filing insurance claims may be in for a few surprises.
Lick Observatory Atop Mount Hamilton Sees A Blanket Of SnowThis latest storm was cold enough to leave a blanket of snow on Mount Hamilton.
Hwy 17 Gridlocked Due To Mudslide, Debris On RoadState Highway 17 in Santa Clara County was gridlocked Wednesday evening after rocks, mud and debris blocked a lane of southbound traffic.
Santa Cruz Harbor Left Damaged By Recent Storms, King TidesThe recent storms are doing a serious number on the Santa Cruz harbor, parts of it are no longer safe to navigate.
Flood-Related Evacuations Remain In Guerneville, Lifted In San AnselmoResidents in the North Bay were being ordered to evacuate their homes Tuesday night as waters rose above flood levels at the Russian River in Guerneville and Corte Madera Creek in San Anselmo.
Massive, Wet Storm Slams California And Nevada Forcing Evacuations As Rivers RiseA massive winter storm, the biggest in more than a decade, slammed into the region Sunday, bringing flooding, downed trees, power outages and forcing evacuations.
Tuesday Morning Forecast With Brian HackneyTuesday will be the final day of a dry spell that started last weekend. Expect a series of storms to pass through the area starting on Wednesday, continuing through the weekend. Brian Hackney has the forecast. (1/17/17)
Monday Night Pinpoint ForecastThe break from the storm cycle was nice while it lasted but there's more wet weather on the way, says Emily Turner. (1-16-17)
Hollister Residents Warned Well Water Could Be ContaminatedMaria Medina reports on residents in Hollister being warned not to drink tap water due to possible contamination (1-13-2017)
Northern Californians Rejoice As Reservoirs Fill UpThe Bay Area is now officially out of the drought but there's a catch. Betty Yu explains. (1-12-17)
Area Near Pinole Washout Secured For SafetyAuthorities in Contra Costa County secured the area around a major road washout that happened earlier this week to keep curious local residents safe. Don Ford reports. (1-12-17)
Drought Ends In Bay Area But Groundwater Still Below NormalThe overflowing rivers and reservoirs in Northern California may be lulling us into a false sense of security, reports Devin Fehely. (1-12-17)