Flooded Out San Jose Residents Now Deal With Mold ThreatFirst came the flood, and now many San Jose residents are facing a new threat: black, green and even blue mold.
Emails Show San Jose City Leaders Could Have Warned Residents Before FloodEmails sent before the storm that devastated parts of San Jose with flooding show city leaders knew it was going to be a disaster.
San Jose Flood Victims Struggle With Starting OverAll along Hein Nguyen’s Rock Springs neighborhood stand piles of debris from households destroyed by the floodwaters of the Coyote Creek.
Flood Victims Line Up At Assistance Center In San Jose For Food, Clothing, Peace Of MindMore than a hundred San Jose families lined up at assistance centers Saturday looking for help days after getting forced from their homes by flooding from Coyote Creek.
Area Near Contra Costa Road Washout Secured For SafetyAuthorities in Contra Costa County on Thursday have secured the area around a major road washout that happened earlier this week to keep curious local residents safe.
Swollen Creek Washes Out Major Road In Contra Costa CountyA major road through Contra Costa County has been damaged and made impassable because of the recent storms.
Motorists Rescued From Flooded Niles Canyon Road In FremontFremont police and fire crews rescued two people whose car was caught in the rising waters of Alameda Creek on Niles Canyon Road Tuesday night, according to police.
Crews Rescue Group Stranded In Truck Near Flooded Russian RiverNeeley Road in Guerneville was closed Tuesday night after it turned into a river, but the driver of a pickup truck decided to chance it.
Experts Give Advice for Handling Sandbags Before the Storms ArriveAs Bay Area residents prepare for a soaking winter storm system to arrive, KPIX got some tips on handling sandbags to keep home and property dry.
Rain Floods Oakland Coliseum On Raider Game DayFlooding once again plagued the Oakland Coliseum on game day before the Raiders took to the field Sunday.
Voters To Decide On Tax To Restore Bay, Flood PreventionA Bay Area-wide measure on the June ballot that would impose a parcel tax over the next 20 years to raise funds for shoreline improvement projects is drawing broad support.
Flood Insurance Coverage Drops 72 Percent In San Mateo As Drought Drags On, But FEMA Says ReconsiderMost Californians have been more focused on saving water than worrying about floods, prompting thousands of Bay Area homeowners to cancel their flood insurance policies, but FEMA says they might want to reconsider.

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