Tulare County Homes Evacuated After River Swells From SnowmeltAuthorities say 90 homes remained under mandatory evacuation orders following levee breaches along the Kings River in Central California.
Snowmelt Threatens To Flood San Joaquin River, Mokelumne RiverHigh levels of water along rivers and reservoirs are keeping emergency management teams on alert.
Flooding Fears Soar Along With Temperaturesarming springtime temperatures in California are expected to accelerate melting of the state's record snowpack, sending water surging down a major river in Yosemite National Park.
Record Sierra Snowpack Melting Fast, Flooding Likely In YosemiteForecasters said Sunday they expect the Merced River in Yosemite National Park to go about a foot over its banks.
Water Flowing Down Damaged Oroville SpillwayOfficials have reopened the damaged spillway at Oroville Dam as more rain moved across Northern California
Water Release To Resume On Damaged Oroville Dam SpillwayWith stormy weather approaching, state water managers announced Thursday they will resume releasing water down a damaged spillway at the nation's tallest dam.
Study Shows How Rising Sea Levels Could Put Parts Of Marin UnderwaterA new report presented to Marin County officials Tuesday highlights hundreds of buildings at risk of flooding in the next 15 years and beyond due to rising sea levels.
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.

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