The atmospheric river soaked the Bay Area with incredible amounts of rainfall over the weekend, making it one of the biggest on record.
Wednesday night's storm, the strongest so far in this series, racked up relatively few major problems with Marin's Mount Tamalpais – the winner in the badly needed water derby. But the storm was merely a warm up for what's to come the rest of the week.
In Marin County, with a robust 92 percent vaccination rate, only about one-quarter of those eligible to add a third shot have done so.
San Francisco and Marin counties partially lifted their indoor mask mandates Friday, but colleges and universities in both counties plan to keep their requirements in place for now.
As of today, mask mandates are less strict in San Francisco and Marin counties, thanks to vaccinations and compliance with rules. In many settings, you can take off your mask indoors if you're fully vaccinated.
KTVU FOX 2's Tom Vacar reports.
Immigrant rights activists are suing the Marin County Sheriff for sharing drivers’ license plates with federal and out-of-state agencies in what is believed to be the first of its kind to challenge the sharing of private information collected by this type of mass surveillance.
Starting Friday San Francisco and Marin counties will loosen their mask rules for people inside offices, gyms, or religious gatherings.
Officials in Marin County are looking into creating a dune system to protect homes from rising sea levels.
The Marin County District Attorney's Office has dropped or reduced 514 marijuana charges in the county prior to 2017.
Directors Abel Sanchez and Andres Alegria spoke to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about their documentary exploring the life and legacy of Cesar Chavez.
A documentary that's screening at this year's Mill Valley Film Festival looks at the influence labor leader Cesar Chavez had on musicians and songwriters.
Marin County will relax its rules requiring masks be worn indoors on October 15 by letting people uncover their faces in settings where everyone is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The aquifer will send 1.6 million gallons of water a day to a storage unit in Petaluma. Cows and residents alike will be drinking it, along with folks in Sonoma and parts of Marin Counties.
The 16-store Nugget chain is offering $1,000 to new hires who successfully complete their 90-day probation period.
A vegetation fire on Monday put residents in Marin County on edge. Fire fighters were able to manage the blaze quickly.
The COVID-19 booster shot clinic in San Rafael's Northgate Mall is now open to all who meet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria for receiving the additional dose, Marin County officials said Friday.
The city of Mill Valley partnered with a team of Google researchers that have been studying evacuation modeling in Mill Valley, an area prone to traffic congestion if there was a need for hundreds of cars to evacuate at once.
More than 90% of eligible residents in two Bay Area counties are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Seven Bay Area schools are among 28 in the state and 325 nationwide that were recognized Tuesday as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced.