Bay Area-Bound Light Plane Missing 1 Week After Leaving Tahoe AirportAir rescue crews are searching Northern California mountains for a single-engine plane reported missing nearly a week ago after it failed to land as scheduled.
Sierra Snowpack Bigger Than Last Four Years CombinedAccording to new data released by NASA, the snowpack levels in the Sierra are currently larger than the last four years combined.
Water Release To Resume On Damaged Oroville Dam SpillwayWith stormy weather approaching, state water managers announced Thursday they will resume releasing water down a damaged spillway at the nation's tallest dam.
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.
Robust Mountain Snowpack Triggers Flood ConcernsFirst it was the drought. Now, the wet winter weather has triggered fears of flooding.
Tahoe Withstands Another Wintry BarrageThe calendar may say it is Spring, but you can’t really tell in the Lake Tahoe area where Mother Nature is refusing to release her wintry grip.
Snow On Bay Area Peaks; Blizzard In SierraA winter storm front delivered a chilly blast to the Bay Area early Sunday, triggering plunging temperatures, brief intense downpours and hailstorms and a dusting of snow on the region's highest peaks.
Winter Storm Front Rolls Into Northern CaliforniaAfter days of sunshine, Mother Nature flipped the switch on Saturday as a storm churned to life in the icy waters of the Gulf Of Alaska moved into Northern California.
Plan To Add Groundwater To Hetch Hetchy Troubles SF Water LoversSan Francisco's world-famous Hetch Hetchy water is about to change and so may its taste.
Epic Winter Season Buries Sierra Ski ResortsAfter years of drought, Mother Nature has buried the Lake Tahoe ski resorts under more than 35 feet of snow this season. And it’s not even March yet.
Crews Race To Save Highway 50 In SierraA portion of Highway 50 in the Sierra collapsed Tuesday, endangering the entire roadway and closing down a major traffic artery through the mountains, officials said.
Massive Slide Shuts Down I-80 In SierraA massive slide of downed trees, rocks and dirt crashed down on I-80 Friday, shutting down traffic in both directions on the main traffic artery between the Bay Area and the Sierra, according to the California Highway Patrol.