Public Hearing Held In San Jose To Discuss Response To Coyote Creek FloodingThe city of San Jose held its first public hearing Thursday afternoon to discuss its responsibility in the flood that caused an estimated $73 million in damage last month.
San Jose Flood Victims Say They're Growing Tired Of Red TapeA flooded San Jose neighborhood is still cleaning up after Coyote Creek overflowed its banks two weeks ago.
San Jose Vietnamese Community Devastated By FloodWhen the floodwaters rushed in last month in San Jose, a firefighter hauled Hien Nguyen to safety. Her two-bedroom apartment was devastated by the flood water and she wasn't alone.
Text Alerts Would Have Warned San Jose Residents Of Coming FloodSan Jose's emergency warning system was so ineffectual that it virtually guaranteed people were not warned before the catastrophic floods.
California Facing $50 Billion Price Tag For Flood ControlCalifornia faces an estimated $50 billion price tag for roads, dams and other infrastructure threatened by floods such as the one that severely damaged Oroville Dam.
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.
Round-The-Clock Battle To Save State's Aging LeveesState and federal workers are joining farmers with tractors in round-the-clock battles this week to stave off any chain-reaction failure of rural levees protecting farms and farm towns in California's Central Valley.
Swelling Creek Erodes Banks, Encroaches On Pleasanton HomeThe creek has washed out 20 feet of a family's Pleasanton property, putting the property's value in jeopardy.
San Jose Evacuees Return To Damaged Homes And Broken Dreams Evacuated residents have begun returning to homes near the flood-swollen Coyote Creek in San Jose, surveying the damage left behind by the 4-foot or higher torrent of water that forced them flee with little more than the clothes on their backs.
Mandatory Evacuations Lifted For Parts Of San Jose As Waters RecedeSan Jose city officials announced late Wednesday afternoon that the mandatory evacuation area had been reduced as the Coyote Creek floodwaters continued to recede.
San Jose Officials Admit Flood Surprised ThemCity officials admitted Wednesday they were surprised the speed at which floodwaters from the Coyote Creek overwhelmed several neighborhoods, forcing 14,000 residents to quickly flee their homes.
New Flood Evacuation Orders Issued In San JoseAs flooding along Coyote Creek in San Jose continued into the night Tuesday, San Jose officials issued evacuation notices to an area stretching from Capitol Expressway to State Route 237.