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.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
Lean Year For Salmon Fishing Likely To Drive Prices UpThe price of salmon could be way up as fishermen face what could be one of the worst seasons in years.
Rain-Soaked Californians Using Less WaterCalifornians are using less water than they have in years, thanks partly to winter rains that are doing the lawn-watering for them.
Amid Wet Winter, Coalition Seeks End To California Drought Emergency A coalition of state and local leaders is pressing California to lift restrictions on urban water use in the wettest winter for years to drench the state.
California Snowpack At Drought-Busting 173 Percent Of NormalCalifornia's Sierra Nevada snowpack is at a drought-busting 173 percent of average - the most since 1995, state water officials announced Thursday.
NASA: Earth Sets Hottest Year RecordEarth sizzled to a third-straight record hot year in 2016, government scientists said Wednesday. They mostly blame man-made global warming with help from a natural El Nino, which has since disappeared.
Officials: Still Too Early To Declare Drought OverIt's too soon to declare an end to California's five-year drought despite the heaviest rain in three decades falling early in the wet season, officials said.
New Federal Law Brings Stormy Times To California Fish v. Farms Water FightThe new law dictates that the federal portion of California's water system gives farm districts and human users the biggest possible share.
$1,700 Per Day 'Gold Rush' As Tree Cutters Rush To Clear Dead Trees From SierraThe Forest Service estimates there are 24-million dead trees in the southern half of the Sierra
Lake Tahoe Back To Its Natural Rim After Storm Dumps Rain In The SierraThe storm that pummeled the Bay Area over the weekend dropped so much rain in the Sierra that Lake Tahoe is back to its natural rim and the Truckee River rose close to its banks, forecasters say.

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