On the bright side, the number of residents with advanced degrees has steadily increased over the last decade "suggesting a knowledgeable and skilled talent pool is available to be tapped in Tahoe to support existing and/or new businesses."
A black bear that was caught on video snacking on food in stores near Lake Tahoe has been shot and killed when it refused to leave a California campsite.
This week, the lake's water level is expected to drop below its natural rim which is just over 6,200 feet in elevation.
Ski resorts near Lake Tahoe reported recieving their first snowfall of the season.
Crews were watching the weather this weekend as they battled California wildfires that have burned into some groves of ancient sequoias as they try to protect the world's largest tree.
The colossal General Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest, some other sequoias, the Giant Forest Museum and other buildings were wrapped for protection against the possibility of intense flames.
Scientists say it’s too soon to draw conclusions about the lasting damage that record-setting wildfires will have on Lake Tahoe. But they’re not wasting time. Many are expected to present their research plans to the Tahoe Science Advisory Council.
Palisades Tahoe is the new name for the Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts near Lake Tahoe. The name was changed because of its derogatory connotations for Native American women.
Regional California tribes had asked for the name of the resort to be changed numerous times over the years, with little success. But after George Floyd was killed in May 2020, a growing number of brands began rethinking their marketing.
Authorities are warning residents to watch for bears as they return to South Lake Tahoe homes from fire evacuations.
Tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings as of 3 p.m. Sunday.
Cal Fire officials are urging people to avoid the Lake Tahoe Area during the Labor Day Weekend as the Caldor Fire continues to burn in the South Lake Tahoe area three weeks after it began.
Tens of thousands of South Lake Tahoe residents are watching hopefully this weekend for a chance to return home as firefighters make progress against a threatening California wildfire that has turned their thriving resort into a ghost town.
Labor Day weekend is typically a busy time in the Lake Tahoe region. But this year, because of the Caldor Fire, the region will be missing out on precious tourism dollars. Jiovanni Lieggi reports from Placerville.
Better weather on Thursday helped the battle against a huge California wildfire threatening communities around Lake Tahoe, but fire commanders warned firefighters to be prepared for ongoing dangers.
Thick smoke from the Caldor Fire enveloped the city of South Lake Tahoe, which was all but deserted during a summer week usually bustling with tourists.
Officials say evacuated Lake Tahoe residents who've left irrigation, garden hoses, and sprinklers actively running as they follow evacuation orders have sparked a water shortage on municipal systems.
A COVID-19 outbreak has sidelined a strike team of 16 firefighters battling a massive blaze encroaching on South Lake Tahoe.
Flames from the Caldor Fire edged closer to the southern tip of Lake Tahoe, after it bore down on homes and businesses — anything in its path, in neighboring Twin Bridges on Sunday.
Mandatory evacuation orders were issued that extend to the south side of Lake Tahoe on Monday morning.