Late Season Storm May Impact Travel To SierraFriday's system could impact travel through Donner and Carson passes and near Lassen National Park. Snow should taper off by late evening.
Sierra's Eastern Front Long Overdue For Large EarthquakeScientists say the Sierra's eastern front is long overdue for a large earthquake along the California-Nevada line.
Dangerous Road Conditions, Winter Storm Warning In Effect In The SierraTahoe ski resorts are open but there are dangerous road conditions for people driving to or from the Sierra.
Is Snowboarding Losing The Popularity Contest With Skiing?There aren’t as many snowboarders on the slopes as there use to be.
Storms Blanket Sierra Ski Resorts With New SnowWhat a difference a year makes. At this time last year, several Sierra ski resorts were contemplating closing early.
Avalanche Danger Shuts Down Sierra Ski ResortsA winter storm front roared through Northern California early Thursday, triggering an avalanche near the Alpine Meadows ski resort in the Sierra and awakening Bay Area residents to the rumble of thunder.
Heat Wave Over; Rain Set To Return For Evening Commute A heat wave that brought three days of record warmth to Northern California was driven away Wednesday by an approaching winter storm front that could dump more than half an inch of rain on the Bay Area.
Avalanche Rescuers Train For The Worst As El Niño Storms Dump Snow On SierraAs El Nino storms dump fresh snow on the sierra this year, the Tahoe Fire Protection District is training for the possibility of an avalanche rescue.
29 Cars Involved In Crashes That Close I-80 Near Truckee
Sierra Snowpack Reaches 115-Percent Of NormalSnow was still falling Tuesday night in the Sierra as storms moved across California, helping bring the state’s snowpack above normal for this time of year.
Search For Missing Ski Instructor Resumes In SierraCrews have resumed their search for Carson May, a ski instructor who went missing at a Sierra resort.
Official: California Snowpack At 136 Percent Of NormalThe water content of the Sierra Nevada snowpack in drought-stricken California was 136 percent of normal Wednesday when officials took the winter's first manual survey — an encouraging result after nearly no snow was found at the site in April.