Mudslides, Flooding Prompts California Governor To Declare State Of EmergencyGov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for 50 California counties that were drenched by winter storms.
Storms Bring Mudslide, Flood Warning To Santa Cruz CountyStorms brought mudslides, downed trees and a flood warning to Santa Cruz County.
Storms Build Up Sand Bar At Santa Cruz Surf SpotThe recent storms caused dramatic changes to one Santa Cruz beach, with several years worth of sand dropped in just one week.
SF Parks Department Warns About Weakened Trees After StormsIn Golden Gate Park, dozens of trees have been marked with red tape after being damaged or weakened by the recent storms passing through the Bay Area.
Santa Cruz Harbor Left Damaged By Recent Storms, King TidesThe recent storms are doing a serious number on the Santa Cruz harbor, parts of it are no longer safe to navigate.
Storm Front Kicking Up Hazardous Surf An approaching storm front triggered growing swells along the Northern California coast Thursday forcing the Coast Guard to issue a warning to beachgoers and boaters.
Scientists Declare Earth's Super-Sized El Niño OverFederal meteorologists proclaimed the end of the super-sized El Niño Thursday with much of Southern and Central California still in the midst of exceptional drought conditions.
Raw Sewage Ends Up In Some Millbrae Homes During El Niño StormsRecent storms have left behind quite a stench on a street in Millbrae, after raw sewage poured into some homes.
El Niño Storms Unearth Ruins At San Francisco's Ocean BeachEl Niño storms this winter have revealed some long-lost history at a popular tourist spot in San Francisco.
Winter Storms Barreling Toward Bay AreaA pair of winter storms took aim at the Bay Area Thursday, packing with them strong winds, heavy downpours, pounding surf and near white-out conditions for the Sierra.
Flood Advisory Issued For I-80 CorridorThe latest in a succession of El Nino storms rolled through the Bay Area early Tuesday, triggering a flood advisory for the heavily traveled I-80 corridor between San Francisco and Sacramento and creating chaos for the morning commute in the Bay Area.
El Niño About To Be Felt In California: Four Things To RememberAfter more than a year of predictions, measurements, and comparisons, the impact of the strongest El Niño on record is about to be felt in California. Before it arrives, there are a few points to remember when it comes.