Potent Storm Triggers Widespread Flooding In Bay AreaA potent winter storm, the latest in a seemingly endless series of weather fronts, roared into Northern California early Monday, heightening fears of renewed flooding, mudslides and toppling trees.
California May Be Long Overdue For A Mega FloodIt appears California has come out of the drought, with a fury.
Trump Approves Emergency Aid Request For Oroville DamGov. Jerry Brown says the federal government has approved aid to support the rebuilding of the shore of a damaged Oroville dam and help the affected communities.
Caltrans Awards Emergency Contract To Raise Highway 37 Before Next RainCaltrans has hired Ghilotti Construction Co. to raise state Highway 37 before more rain is expected to arrive in the Bay Area Thursday.
Regulators Dismissed Oroville Dam Concerns 12 Years AgoEnvironmental activists and local government officials warned more than a decade ago about the risk of catastrophic flooding below a major Northern California dam, but state and federal regulators dismissed those fears at the time.
Oroville Dam Operating Under Temporary Licenses For 10 YearsThe Oroville Dam threatened by the possible failure of a damaged emergency spillway that forced the weekend evacuation of almost 200,000 residents has operated under temporary licenses for a decade, according to new reports.
ACE Trains Cancelled Through Wednesday After Flooding, DerailmentFlooding along train tracks in the Central Valley and a train derailment Friday near Elk Grove both contributed to the three-day cancellation of service on the Altamont Corridor Express commuter train line, an ACE spokesman said.
RAW VIDEO: Chopper 5 Over Oroville Dam Day After EvacuationChopper 5 was over Oroville Dam in Butte County, a day after 188,000 people downstream along the Feather River were evacuated due to fears of a potential failure of the emergency spillway.
Russian River Rises Over Flood Stage For Second Time In A WeekEven as the Bay Area finally got a break Friday from the string of storms passing through the region, the recent rain made the Russian River crest for the second time this week.
Officials: Oroville Dam Emergency Spillway May Not Be UsedState officials said Friday they no longer believe the swollen reservoir will breach the Oroville Dam’s emergency spillway.
Bay Area Braces For More Mudslides, FloodingThe Bay Area is bracing for more mudslides, power outages and flooding of rivers and storm drains with yet another round of rain expected Thursday.
Fallen Trees In San Pablo Creek Raise Flooding WorriesSeveral downed trees are raising flooding concerns for people living near an East Bay Creek as a new round of storms rolls into the region.