Extraordinary Winter Tests California Flood Control InfrastructureThe crisis at the Oroville Dam can teach us a large lesson about the state of California's water infrastructure.
AP Exclusive: If Oroville Dam Failed, People Likely StuckThe Associated Press says the state water agency had repeatedly advised federal regulators that communities just downstream from the Oroville Dam would not receive adequate warning or time for evacuations if the 770-foot-tall dam failed.
California May Be Long Overdue For A Mega FloodIt appears California has come out of the drought, with a fury.
California Illegally Allowed Oil Companies To Inject Wastewater In Protected Waters, Audit FindsHundreds of oilfield wastewater wells shut down after audit finds California illegally let companies inject wastewater in protected waters.
With The Rain Comes Stagnant Waters And A Dog-Killing BacteriaRain could be to blame for a deadly bacteria killing Bay Area dogs.
California Bill Helps Transgender Inmates Change Their NamesCalifornia could make it easier for inmates to legally change their names or gender identification.
El Niño: California Beach Erosion In 2015/16 Highest Ever RecordedEl Niño didn't deliver pounding rain, but it gave California's coastline a powerful beating during the winter of 2015/16. The much anticipated rainfall was lower than anticipated, but beach erosion was the highest in more than 145 years, according a study released Tuesday by the U.S. Geological Survey.
California’s Battle With Trump Could Impact Disaster Aid RequestOn Friday, Governor Jerry Brown asked the federal government for aid money related to damage from winter storms.
California’s Coastal Highway 1 Is Slowly Crumbling Towards The OceanHeavy rains have ravaged state Highway 1 in the North Bay.
California Retains Drought Measures Amid Wet WinterCalifornia has retained largely symbolic measures guiding water conservation during drought.
Bay Area Leaders Push Back Against California Law Prohibiting Speed CamerasSan Francisco and San Jose city officials joined forces in calling for the state to allow the use of automated speed cameras to reduce traffic injuries and deaths.
California Lawmakers Introduce Bills To Help RefugeesCalifornia lawmakers want to make the state a more welcoming place for refugees.

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