Storm Leaves Flooding, Landslides In Its WakeEvacuations remained in place in Lakeport and Manteca Tuesday while San Jose residents struggled with the floodwaters of the swollen Coyote Creek.
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.
Northern California Storm Door Swings Back Open Three winter storm fronts were lined up off the Northern California coast Wednesday, ready to once again bring showers, gusty winds and more run-off to already saturated hillsides and swollen waterways.
New Storm Threatens Water-Logged HillsidesA small torrent of water continued to gush out of a San Rafael hillside Wednesday next the crushed remains of what was once a family’s home.
Northern California Week-Long Crab Strike Comes To An EndA crab fishers' association on strike over the wholesale price per pound of Dungeness crab in Northern California reached a compromise.
Tropic-Fueled Storm Bearing Down On Bay AreaAn atmospheric river engorged with moisture from the tropics took aim at Northern California Friday as local residents scurried to prepare for driving rainstorms, gusty winds and several feet of snow to the Sierra.
Northern California Crabbers Continue Strike Over Price DisputeIn all, nearly 1,200 fishing crews have stopped working, significantly limiting the west coast crab supply.
Big Waves Expected To Hit Northern California Coastal AreasForecasters say waves as high as 20 feet are expected to crash onto many Northern California coastal areas on Wednesday.
Magnitude 6.5 Earthquake Strikes Off Northern California CoastA magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck off the Northern California coast early Thursday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Offshore Drilling Rigs Could Become New Normal For Northern California Under TrumpA Bay Area Congressman is asking the White House for help banning offshore drilling in the Pacific Ocean.
Civil Rights Monitors Oversee Election, Urge Voters To Report ViolenceCivil rights monitors will be overseeing the 2016 general election in three Northern California counties.
Feds: Drought Ends In Nearly One-Fourth Of CaliforniaA heavy dousing of autumn rain in Northern California has lifted a quarter of the state out of drought, the highest percentage in more than three years.

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