UPDATE: Repairs Still Ongoing After Water Main Break in AlamoRepairs are still ongoing to an East Bay Municipal Utility District water main that ruptured early Friday morning in Alamo in Contra Costa County, sending water spilling out into the street for hours.
KPIX 5 to Broadcast 2-Part Stern Grove 'Best of the Fest' SpecialThe Stern Grove Festival wraps up its 84th annual concert season this Saturday with Part 1 of 'Best of the Fest - Stern Grove Festival 2021,' a two-part television special broadcast in partnership with KPIX 5.
UPDATE: SFPUC Declares Emergency Days After Ruptured Water Main Floods Stern GroveThe San Francisco Public Utilities Commission issued an emergency declaration Friday, days after a ruptured water main caused catastrophic flooding at Stern Grove, forcing organizers to cancel this Sunday's fundraising concert.
Stern Grove Flooding from Water Main Break Forces Concert Cancellation; Damage 'Catastrophic'The Stern Grove Festival on Wednesday announced that it would have to cancel the scheduled fund-raising Big Picnic concert Sunday afternoon due to flooding from a water main break in the area earlier this week.
Atmospheric River: Clean Up Begins After Carmel River Floods Homes In Monterey CountyMajor clean-up was underway Thursday in the Carmel Lagoon area after a rain-swollen river spilled into the neighborhood, flooding multiple homes.
Atmospheric River: Rain Pounds Bay Area; Flooding, Mudslide Fears RemainIncessant rain from an atmospheric river flowed through the Bay Area overnight and into Thursday before easing somewhat, allowing some residents in Santa Cruz County forced to evacuate from ongoing threats of flooding and mudslides to return.
UPDATE: Flash Flood Warning In Sonoma County; Evacuation Warnings Issued For Napa, Solano LNU Burn AreasThe National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Sonoma County until 11 p.m. Tuesday night as heavy rain from the first of a series of storms pounded the Bay Area.
Bay Area To Be Battered By Atmospheric River; Incoming Storms Prompts Warnings, EvacuationsBay Area residents were bracing for an atmospheric river-fueled series of storms which have prompted a number of watches and warnings across the region, especially for areas scarred by wildfires - including in the Santa Cruz Mountains where some evacuations have been ordered.
High Tides Could Bring Localized Flooding In Marin County Starting FridayOfficials in Marin County on Tuesday warned residents that high tides may bring localized flooding to certain low-lying areas as soon as this Friday.
South Bay Flood Control Crews Work To Clear Debris From Guadalupe RiverCrews in the South Bay are working to clear trash from the Guadalupe River ahead of the rainy season, but the coronavirus pandemic is impacting efforts.
Angry Residents Complain About San Francisco's Response To Weekend FloodingAngry residents of San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood vetted their simmering frustrations Wednesday night over the city's response to runoff from a potent weekend storm that flooded their streets and damaged their garages and basements.
West Portal Neighbors Blame Old Storm Drains After Heavy Rains Flooded Their HomesDuring this weekend's storm, water backed up into West Portal homes, and flooding was more than a foot deep for almost an entire block. Residents say the storm drains were the problem.
Residents Of San Francisco's West Portal Spend Day Cleaning Up After Flash FloodHeavy rain Saturday afternoon caused a flash flood in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood and the next day, residents were digging out and wondering why the city was nowhere to be found.
Broken San Francisco Potrero Hill Water Mains Flood Homes, Highway 101Three water mains burst in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood late Thursday night unleashing a torrent of water that caused damage to at least 3 homes and slowed returning Thanksgiving traffic on nearby Highway 101 by flooding lanes, authorities said.
Alameda Homeowners Looking At Spike In Storm Drain Fees To Help Avert FloodingAlameda residents could see their fees more than double to keep the city's storm drains open, and people are asking why the sudden spike.