A tennis/basketball court is underwater at a home on the Kings River Golf and Country Club, the result of the Kings River flooding. But authorities Monday said the water is starting to recede and they are hopeful those evacuated can soon return. The Tulare County sheriff’s unmanned aerial vehicle took this photo.
A tennis/basketball court is underwater at a home on the Kings River Golf and Country Club, the result of the Kings River flooding. But authorities Monday said the water is starting to recede and they are hopeful those evacuated can soon return. The Tulare County sheriff’s unmanned aerial vehicle took this photo. Tulare County Sheriff’s Office
A tennis/basketball court is underwater at a home on the Kings River Golf and Country Club, the result of the Kings River flooding. But authorities Monday said the water is starting to recede and they are hopeful those evacuated can soon return. The Tulare County sheriff’s unmanned aerial vehicle took this photo. Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

Homes along Kings River remain under evacuation from flooding, but there’s new hope

June 26, 2017 02:04 PM

UPDATED June 27, 2017 10:27 AM

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