Pier 80 Homeless Shelter Is OpenThe shelter, now open, is intended to be the city's response to El Nino and the heavier winter storms that have been predicted. Depending on the weather, it will operate through March or April.
New Sinkhole Opens Up Along Pacifica Beach As City Works To Repair Last OnePounding surf has helped open up another sinkhole along Pacifica's shoreline as the city was still working to repair another just blocks away.
More Homes Could Be Lost On Unstable San Francisco HillsideOne multi-million dollar home on an unstable San Francisco hillside is already being torn down and now additional homes are at risk.
Sliding Hillside Forces Demolition Of San Francisco HomeTwo Bay Area homes are sliding down hillsides following a series of recent El Nino-driven rain storms.
El Nino Rain Spurring Growth Of Mushrooms That Could Kill PetsEl Nino rain is helping to alleviate California’s drought, but it’s also spurring the growth of mushrooms that can be deadly to pets.
Some Refuse To Leave Pacifica Apartments On Crumbling CliffWhile residents living at a Pacifica apartment complex on the brink of tumbling down a cliff were given an ultimatum to move out, on Tuesday some people still didn't want to leave despite the danger.
Yosemite a Winter Recreation Wonderland After El Niño SnowfallWhen morning light illuminated Yosemite Valley this week, the upper tier of Yosemite Falls was a thin stream of silver, its edges cast in ice, and the first drop fell 1,400 feet to a jumble of boulders glazed in Arctic white...
Snowpack In Drought-Stricken California Hits Five-Year HighRecent El Nino storms have boosted the Sierra Nevada snowpack to 115 percent of normal -- more than the drought-stricken state has seen in five years.
Residents Leave Pacifica Apartment Building On Cliff Deemed UnsafeResidents of a Pacifica apartment building at the edge of a bluff have been told to start moving out because of the unstable cliff being battered by El Niño-fueled waves.
Pacifica Residents Fear Seaside Living May Crumble In Pounding SurfMayor Sue Digre says the ferocious waves in recent weeks have been relentless and longer than any she's seen during her 25 years of living in Pacifica.
'Citizen Scientists' Use Drones To Map Impact Of El Niño On California CoastIn California, residents are using smartphones and drones to document the coastline's changing face.
Despite El Nino Storms, California Reservoirs Half FullThe recent onslaught of El Nino storms only slightly increased the levels of California reservoirs that stand at half of historic depths for this time of year.