COVID: California Taps Army Corps To Help Upgrade Hospital TechCalifornia hospitals ended the year on "the brink of catastrophe," a health official said as the pandemic pushed deaths and sickness to staggering levels and some medical centers scrambled to provide oxygen for the critically ill.
Muddy Petaluma River Dredged With Hopes Of Reviving Once-Thriving WaterwayFor the first time in years, boats will soon be able to travel freely again down the Petaluma River.
North Bay Officials Call For Dredging Of Petaluma RiverThe Petaluma River in the North Bay is in such bad shape that on Friday, local officials were doing their best to convince the feds to do something about it.
Wine Country Wildfire Victims Say Army Cleanup Crews Added To WoesThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' first experience cleaning up after a wildfire has turned into an expensive bureaucratic mess and California's top emergency official suspects fraud played a role.
Napa County Deadline For Fire Debris Removal Applications ExtendedNapa County officials have extended the deadline for property owners to sign up for government-paid debris and ash removal from their fire damaged or destroyed homes to 5 p.m. Monday.
Thousands Of Santa Rosa Fire Victims Missing Paperwork For FEMA Debris RemovalThe Environmental Protection Agency has cleared hazardous waste from 63 percent of the fire-ravaged homes in Sonoma County, but many families are still missing paperwork.
Sioux Tribe Vows To Fight Army Approval Of Dakota Access PipelineThe Standing Rock Sioux tribe is promising a legal battle after the Army Corps of Engineers said it's clearing the way for completion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Storm Washes Tons Of Dangerous Debris Into San Francisco BayThe John Dillard is one of two highly specialized boats equipped with cranes that are trying to keep the shipping lanes clear of debris. It's a big job.
Feds Halt Work On Part Of Dakota Oil Pipeline Despite Court RulingThe federal government stepped into the fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline Friday, ordering work to stop on one segment of the project in North Dakota.
Dakota Pipeline Protesters Gather At Army Corps Of Engineers SF OfficeProtesters gathered Thursday outside U.S. Army Corps of Engineers offices in San Francisco to demand that the agency rescind the permit for a controversial crude oil pipeline in North Dakota.
Army Breaches Levee To Flood Military Land, Returning It To San Francisco BayThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday will intentionally breach a levee to flood 648 acres of military land from Hamilton Army Airfield with water from the San Fr
Bow Hunters Asked To Help Control Deer Population Near Lake SonomaBow hunters are being asked to take aim to help control the deer population in a 5,000-acre wildlife preserve near Lake Sonoma in northern California.
1 In 5 Californians Live In Flood Zone, Report FindsAs California endures one of its driest winters, on record, some state water managers are focused on the opposite end of the precipitation spectrum -- the one in five residents who live in regions susceptible to catastrophic flooding.
NorCal Headstones Marked With N-Word ReplacedWorkers on Tuesday began installing new markers at a public cemetery near Sacramento where relocated Gold Rush-era gravestones had been marked with the N-word.
NorCal County To Replace Headstones Bearing N-Word Supervisors in El Dorado county voted Tuesday to replace 36 gravestones that bear the N-word, giving the green light to state, county and community officials to design an alternative.