Drought-related bark beetle scourge causing 'catastrophic' damage to Sierra trees
Niel Fischer, principal program manager of vegetation management at PG&E, talks about damage the drought-related bark beetle infestation is causing to Sierra Nevada forest during a PG&E helicopter media tour from Bass Lake north to Yosemite.
Crews continue laying roller-compacted concrete in the middle of the Lake Oroville spillway, filling the erosion area to connect the upper and lower chutes in this update on the repairs at the dam. The state Department of Water Resources said last
Did you know you waste four gallons of water if you leave the tap running for two minutes while brushing your teeth? Colgate’s Save Water campaign and Olympic gold medalist Michel Phelps want you to know this and how water scarcity still exists in
Tom Steyer, the San Francisco billionaire and environmentalist, came to Fresno to promise his support for a proposed Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund to help communities with contaminated water in the San Joaquin Valley.
This aerial view of the north fork of the Kings River shows it flowing out of Wishon Dam. The video was taken by the owner of Wishon Village RV Park, Kris Oneida. He says it was the first time since 2011 that water flowed down this path. He has mo
A California National Guard Black Hawk helicopter ferrying 1,000-pound rock bags moves into position a field west of the Kings River to make one of many trips to hold back the river where a breach in a levee occurred.
Not so long ago, California was in the middle of a deep drought but in June its snow water equivalent rose to a heaping 170 percent of normal. NASA shows in its latest video that satellites were capturing that change.
Portions of the Kings River will be closed for Memorial Day weekend and indefinitely after. Sheriff Margaret Mims made the safety announcement Wednesday and Jeff Nowlin, who's been coming to the river for 20 years, reiterated the dangers while poi
Jimmy Marchini, 68, and his wife Gaylene, 66, describe the moment they "had to like fly to get out of here" after officials issued a flood warning to approximately 80 homes in their close-knit community west of Fresno after a levee was weakened by
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