Wild Weather Continues Around The Bay Area
Sierra Highways Reopen After Being Shut Down By White-Out ConditionsA frigid weather front slammed into the Sierra Friday, burying the region under more than a foot of snow, shutting down both Highway 50 and I-80 because of white-out blizzard conditions for much of the day.
Debris Removal Underway At Site Of Sausalito MudslideWork crews from San Rafael-based engineering contractors Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. on Friday morning began clearing debris from the area of a destructive mudslide in Sausalito.
Guerneville Streets Flooded As Russian River OverflowsFlood waters continued to flow through streets along the Russian River Friday, driving local residents like Sam Minniefield fromn their homes.
Westbound Hwy 37 Still Closed From Flooding After Levee BreakAuthorities in Marin County confirmed late Friday morning that westbound lanes of Highway 37 were still shut down from flooding and could stay closed into the weekend.
Residents Advised To Evacuate From Russian River AreaResidents living along low-lying areas around Russian River and its tributaries are being asked by Sonoma County sheriff's officials to evacuate Thursday if they live below 36 feet sea level, a sheriff's spokesman said.
Authorities Warn Of Potential Flooding After Novato Levee BreachCHP in Marin County are warning of a potential flooding situation in Novato late Thursday morning where a levee along State Route 37 between Highway 101 and Atherton Avenue has breached.
House Slides Down Saturated Sausalito Hillside; Woman Injured, 50 Homes EvacuatedA mudslide ripped through a hillside home in Sausalito early Thursday, slamming the duplex into a neighboring home, trapping a woman inside and forcing the evacuation of 50 other residences.
San Jose Residents Relieved After Guadalupe River Recedes From Flood StageAn evacuation order was lifted for San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood Thursday morning, just hours after police and firefighters went door-to-door telling residents they needed to leave their homes.
Storm Forces School Closures Across The Bay AreaA fierce winter storm battered the Bay Area for a second day Thursday, forcing a handful of North Bay schools and San Jose City College to cancel classes.
Powerful Atmospheric River Brings Flooding, Mudslides To Bay AreaA Category 3 Atmospheric River roared into the Bay Area Wednesday, triggering torrential rains, flooded roadways, mudslides and falling trees across the region.
Arroyo Creek Erosion Has Pleasanton Residents Braced For Next Big StormPleasanton residents living atop an eroded hillside were braced for the upcoming storm.
Kayakers Rescued From Swift Moving Waters Of San Lorenzo RiverFire crews rescued two kayakers who fell into the storm swollen waters of the San Lorenzo River in the area of Paradise Park Saturday evening.
Caltrans: Highway 35 To Remain Closed For 2 Weeks Due To Massive SinkholeCaltrans is predicting it could be two weeks before the agency is able to reopen a stretch of State Highway 35 (Skyline Boulevard) near the intersection with Page Mill Road.
Lafayette Church Blessed After Toppled Oak Tree Causes Little DamageEarly Wednesday morning, when folks arrived at the Saint Perpetua Church in Lafayette, they discovered a nearly 100-year-old oak tree had fallen over onto one of their buildings.