The Bay Area could see temperatures drop below freezing this weekend. The National Weather Service issued a frost advisory that lasted through 10 a.m. Saturday, and a freeze watch from Saturday night through Sunday in parts of the north bay.
While there is no national law against idling a vehicle, some states have anti-idling laws to prevent air pollution. The punishment and exact anti-idling measures vary from state to state, and even city or county, with penalties ranging from fines to written warnings.
Mammoth Mountain ski resort finally said goodbye to the ski season Sunday.
Watsonville Strawberry Festival kicks off this weekend, a hopeful sign of recovery after recent floods.
More than 700 victims of flooding in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties have filed initial claims against government agencies responsible for flood control. This is the first step before an actual lawsuit can be filed.
A newly assembled wildfire prevention team is strategically roaming neighborhoods in the North Bay.
A job fair will be held in the Pajaro community of Monterey County on June 7 as residents there and elsewhere in the county continue the recovery from winter storms.
An emergency shelter at the Santa Cruz County fairgrounds that has been housing people displaced by atmospheric rainstorms in March will close on Monday.
Triple Threat. Deadman’s Drop. Satan’s Cesspool. After years of drought, the rapids along California’s American River are truly living up to their names.
Danville officials said Sunday that Diablo Road has been re-opened, after a long closure to repair winter storm-related damage.
East Bay Municipal Utility District's logo actually tells quite a story, and it's a powerful one that shows how your bill may be affected.
The Utah County's Sheriff's Office said they found the body of a 38-year-old man in an avalanche in Pole Canyon near Cedar Fort Monday night.
Authorities warned the danger of additional slides is far from over in northern Utah.
New Hampshire authorities said the skier was only rescued after another skier saw a hand sticking out from the snow.
As people in the Sierra dig out, another storm is already rolling in. An atmospheric river is expected to bring several more feet of snow and a lot of rain, which leads to concerns about snowmelt and flooding.
The climate phenomenon is a by-product of a years-long cycle of water temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean known as the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and has been in its cool phase for the past three winters -- a rare feat for an event that typically lasts for one winter, maybe two.
People in Felton Grove are still trying to recover from the flooding in January. Piles of mud can still be seen in their yards, and now they're just moving everything they can to higher ground.
As you enter Guerneville, crews are covering up a recent slide to minimize another slide from the coming weather. The Russian River is not rushing, but far faster than usual.
The recent and seemingly unrelenting winter weather has buried parts of Mendocino County under massive amounts of snow, prompting road closures that have left dozens of people stranded, some of whom rescue crews have had trouble reaching because of the conditions. And with more snow on the way, the situation could get worse.
A severe winter storm dropped over two feet of snow in the last 24 hours in the Sierras.