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Deepening Drought Takes Toll On Boating As Lake Tahoe Level Drops To Natural RimLake Tahoe's water level stood at 6,224 feet above sea level as of Tuesday, just above its natural rim of 6,223 feet.
The World's 7 Coolest Floating HotelsFrom retired ocean liners and rock-themed submarines, to tricked-out houseboats and huts tied to inner tubes, here are seven of the world's coolest.
Hit The Water! Try Whitewater Rafting Near North BaySan Francisco Bay Area residents are fortunate to have a dazzling array of top-tier outdoor recreational activities at their doorstep.
SF Officials Warned Of Dangerous Conditions Ahead Of Deadly Rafting TripKCBS 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.
Monterey Man Rescued From Ledge Above Arroyo Seco RiverA 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.
Safety Campaign Launched Following Recent Drowning Of Walnut Creek TeensThe channels can have a deceptive appearance, because they can be filled with as little as 2 ft. of water.
$5,000 Reward In Burglary Of Grieving Walnut Creek FamilyPolice 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.
Family Of Drowned Walnut Creek Teen Burglarized During MemorialA Walnut Creek family was burglarized Thursday during a burial service for their teenage son who died in a rafting accident.
Mourners Remember Walnut Creek Teens Who DrownedA 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.
Walnut Creek Rafting Trip Victims Remembered By Friends, FamilyAn 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.
Two Teens Found Dead After East Bay Rafting Trip The bodies of two teenage boys were found in a waterway in Concord Sunday after they went missing on a Saturday afternoon rafting trip.
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