Tahoe Ski Instructor Dies On Slopes At NorthstarDennis Baltimore of Kings Beach died Sunday after he hit several rocks and crashed into a creek at the Northstar resort near Truckee.
Rare Wolverine Sighted In Sierra Could Be Same Animal Seen In 2008If the wolverine is the same animal first spotted in 2008, "Buddy" is estimated to be at least 9 years old.
Bus Catches Fire While Carrying USF Students To Sierra Ski TripA bus carrying students from the University of San Francisco caught fire on the way to the Lake Tahoe area Saturday, a parent of one of the students reported.
29 Cars Involved In Crashes That Close I-80 Near Truckee
Skiers, Snowboarders Rejoice As Snow-Starved Resorts Open SlopesCalifornia ski resorts are opening up the slopes early thanks to a hefty snowfall and cold weather.
Sugar Bowl 2nd Resort To Suspend Skiing As Drought Takes TollYet another Northern California ski resort is closing early due to a lack of snow amid the state's historic drought.
Rare Sierra Sighting Confirms California's Lone, Wild Wolverine Is Still AliveThere have only been 2 dozen documented sightings of California's only wolverine since the solitary predator was first observed in March 2008 about 15 miles northwest of Truckee
Sierra Resorts Rejoice As 1st Significant Storm Of Season Drops Snow In High CountryA significant storm that moved across northern California Friday and Saturday gave hope that the coming winter will bring relief to a parched state.
Tesla Building I-80 Supercharger Station Near TruckeeThe Palo Alto-based electric car company is reported to have installed charging bays in Truckee…
Belmont Man Killed In Northstar Ski AccidentA Belmont man with two young sons died in a ski accident at the Northstar California ski resort on Valentine’s Day, according to a Placer County sheriff’s spokeswoman.
KCBS Cover Story: California Drought Severely Impacts Sierra Ski IndustrySome Tahoe-area resorts have not even been able to open their runs due to a lack of snow.
Foot Of Snow, 103 MPH Wind Gust Reported From Sierra StormA foot of snow fell in the upper elevations of the Sierra overnight and a 103 mph wind gust blew across the mountains near Lake Tahoe before an early winter storm blew out of the area early Monday.