San Francisco Bay Area residents are fortunate to have a dazzling array of top-tier outdoor recreational activities at their doorstep.
KCBS has learned that San Francisco water officials warned river-rafting guides about potentially dangerous river flows on Tuesday, the same day a Sausalito woman died on a trip on the Tuolumne River.
A Monterey County man was rescued Sunday night after an inner-tubing mishap left him stuck on a ledge above the Arroyo Seco River near Greenfield, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office.
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The channels can have a deceptive appearance, because they can be filled with as little as 2 ft. of water.
Police have been searching for suspects in the Thursday burglary of a home belonging to a Walnut Creek family that was attending their teenage son’s funeral.
A Walnut Creek family was burglarized Thursday during a burial service for their teenage son who died in a rafting accident.
A crowd of mourners gathered to honor two Las Lomas High School students who drowned Saturday while attempting to navigate a raft in storm-swollen waters.
An East Bay community grieved the loss of two high school boys who drowned in Walnut Creek on Saturday after attempting a rafting trip on a waterway swollen by heavy rains.
The bodies of two teenage boys were found in a waterway in Concord Sunday after they went missing on a Saturday afternoon rafting trip.