Massive Moraga Sinkhole Finally Fixed 18 Months LaterIt's an East Bay sinkhole so famous that on Thursday, the city of Moraga threw a party to celebrate the long overdue fix.
Storm Batters Bay Area; Creates Havoc On Morning CommuteA slow moving storm front rolled through Northern California early Thursday, dumping as much as two inches of rain in the wildfire scarred wine country and creating chaos for the Bay Area morning commute.
Heavy Rains Threaten To Erode Santa Rosa's Burnt Out NeighborhoodsSanta Rosa communities burned in the wildfires fear heavy rains will bring erosion.
Storm Front Brings Heavy Snow To SierraA storm moving in from the Gulf of Alaska arrived Friday in Northern California, soaking the state's Redwood Coast for several hours before heading toward the Sierra.
Weekend Rain Not Expected To Cause Debris Flows In Fire Burn Areas
Sierra Braces For First Major Snow StormA cold front continued its march toward Northern California Wednesday, packing gusty winds, intense downpours and the promise of dumping nearly 3 feet of snow on the ski resorts around Lake Tahoe.
Collapse Threat Shuts Down Moraga BridgeA bridge in Moraga has been closed indefinitely after engineers determined it had sustained structural damage from a recent landslide and was in danger of collapsing.
Water Flowing Down Damaged Oroville SpillwayOfficials have reopened the damaged spillway at Oroville Dam as more rain moved across Northern California
Rain Records Tumble Across Northern CaliforniaWhen it comes to rain, the forecasters at the National Weather Service go by their own calendar. And this year that calendar is setting all kinds of new records.
Family Escapes As Trees Come Crashing Down Onto Home In Rain-Soaked Oakland HillsA homeowner in the rain-soaked Oakland Hills had to grab his family and run as trees started toppling onto their home – like dominoes – in the middle of the night.
Storm Adds To Wettest March Since 2005Mother Nature took aim at the Bay Area Friday with a potent 1-2 punch of driving rain showers and strong winds, adding to a March and winter season that has driven the drought away for all of Northern California.
Approaching Storms Not Expected To Cause FloodingBay Area rivers are expected to stay within their banks when rain from two storms falls in the region Friday and Sunday, National Weather Service officials said.