Palo Alto Woman Drowns on Hike in Northern Sierra FoothillsA 48-year-old Palo Alto woman died in a fall while hiking with her family near the Rock Creek bridge in Feather River Canyon on Wednesday, Plumas County officials said.
Notorious California Serial Killer Juan Corona Dies Juan Corona, one of the nation's most notorious serial killers who was convicted of slaying 25 farm laborers, has died in prison at age 85.
Damaged Oroville Dam Spillway Triggering Gold Rush DreamsThere is a golden lining to the fears triggered by the damaged spillway at the Oroville Dam.
Water Flowing Down Damaged Oroville SpillwayOfficials have reopened the damaged spillway at Oroville Dam as more rain moved across Northern California
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.
Trump Approves Emergency Aid Request For Oroville DamGov. Jerry Brown says the federal government has approved aid to support the rebuilding of the shore of a damaged Oroville dam and help the affected communities.
Regulators Dismissed Oroville Dam Concerns 12 Years AgoEnvironmental activists and local government officials warned more than a decade ago about the risk of catastrophic flooding below a major Northern California dam, but state and federal regulators dismissed those fears at the time.
Oroville Dam Operating Under Temporary Licenses For 10 YearsThe Oroville Dam threatened by the possible failure of a damaged emergency spillway that forced the weekend evacuation of almost 200,000 residents has operated under temporary licenses for a decade, according to new reports.
Drought: All This Rain Is Confusing NorCal Salmon -- They Keep Getting LostWith all the rain we’ve been having, one would think it would be good thing for the imperiled salmon population. It would be if all that new fresh water wasn't so confusing. The salmon keep getting lost. Instead of migrating to their spawning ground, they wind up swimming up a ditch and ultimately into a death trap.
North Bay Students Release 10,000 Salmon Into SF BayA year after vandals disrupted a popular annual event, kids from the North Bay again on Monday helped to release 10,000 king salmon into San Francisco Bay.