Loss Of Water In Drought Caused Sierra Nevada To Grow An InchA new NASA study says loss of water from rocks during drought caused California's Sierra Nevada to rise nearly an inch in height.
California's Historic Massive Tree Die-Off Grows By 27 MillionAn additional 27 million trees have died throughout California since November 2016, bringing the total number of trees that have died from drought and bark beetles to an historic 129 million.
California’s Tree Die-Off Gives Life To New BusinessIn the Sierra National Forest, there are more dead trees than live ones. And figuring out what do with them is a towering task.
Dublin Residents Concerned About Drinking Water QualityResidents in a Dublin neighborhood are concerned about the safety of their drinking water after a sample test by officials last week revealed the presence of E.coli bacteria.
Droughts Leave California Fishermen ReelingCommercial salmon fishermen are struggling after several bad years of drought and a Bay Area congressman wants to secure money for them from the feds.
South Bay Officials Consider Pacheco Reservoir Dam ProjectA South Bay water district is considering a plan to build a massive new dam that would add a lot more water storage to the Pacheco Reservoir.
Summer, Winter Overlap In Tahoe's Longest Ski Season In Resort HistoryThere's a startling sight at Lake Tahoe this summer. Vacationers on the lake look up and see skiers on the snow-capped mountains, just a few miles away.
Holy Guacamole! Avocado Shortage Makes Prices Soar This Cinco De MayoGuacamole lovers could suffer sticker shock this Cinco de Mayo. An avocado shortage has pushed prices to record highs.
California's Rainy Winter Likely To Give Mosquito Populations A BoostAfter years of drought the mosquito population is poised to make a comeback -- with a vengeance.
Rain Records Tumble Across Northern CaliforniaWhen it comes to rain, the forecasters at the National Weather Service go by their own calendar. And this year that calendar is setting all kinds of new records.
Robust Mountain Snowpack Triggers Flood ConcernsFirst it was the drought. Now, the wet winter weather has triggered fears of flooding.
Storm Adds To Wettest March Since 2005Mother Nature took aim at the Bay Area Friday with a potent 1-2 punch of driving rain showers and strong winds, adding to a March and winter season that has driven the drought away for all of Northern California.

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