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.
Crews Scramble With Storm Repairs Before Rain ArrivesWith more rains on the way this week, officials in several Bay Area locations are trying to make some short-term emergency repairs before the storm arrives.
Bay Area Braces For Rain With Approaching StormsThree storm systems moving over the Bay Area starting Sunday will bring rain and cooler temperatures this week to much of the region, according to KPIX 5 meteorologist Roberta Gonzales.
More Rain, Snowmelt Prompt Reopening Of Damaged Oroville SpillwayDespite needing tens of millions of dollars in repair, the Oroville Spillway is being called back into action.
3 Rainstorms Possible In Bay Area Next WeekAs many as three storms could drop rain on the Bay Area next week with the potential for heavy rain later in the week, according to the National Weather Service.
KPIX Sky Drone 5: San Joaquin River Likely To Stay Swollen Until Mid-Summer After weeks of heavy rain, the San Joaquin River  just south of Tracy remains very swollen. Trees remain submerged as far as the eye can see. It paints a good picture of just how wet this winter has been.
San Joaquin River Likely To Stay Swollen Until Mid-SummerAfter weeks of heavy rain, the San Joaquin River remains very swollen.

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