While California’s snowpack in March was in better condition than it was in February, the month’s precipitation was not enough to offset the state’s dry …
Flooding from a sheared off fire hydrant halted construction work on a Stanford University housing project and forced the evacuation Saturday of the Stanford Park …
Lanes of eastbound Interstate Highway 580 in Oakland are reported flooded by heavy rain accumulation between 35th and Seminary avenues, according to the California Highway …
A water main break has been reported Monday morning in Pleasant Hill, according to police. The break was reported in the area of Alhambra Avenue …
The Santa Clara County Vector Control District announced Tuesday that West Nile virus has been detected in adult mosquitoes in the southern part of the county.
A person in the Bay is fine after fire officials responded to a water rescue near San Francisco’s Pier 29 Monday afternoon.
A man was rescued from the water near the Ferry Building in San Francisco Thursday morning, fire officials said.
A historically dry February means the state’s water levels are still below average despite a series of late-winter storms.
Antioch will create a desalination plant with a $10 million grant from the state of California, the city announced on Wednesday.
A surfer was bitten on the foot by a shark Saturday near the mouth of Drakes Estero.
A 2-alarm fire in Sunol this evening caused significant damage to the historic tasting room of a Sunol winery.
The Sunshine Gardens area of South San Francisco is being asked to use bottled water while their water source is tested.
A man allegedly lit a boat on fire in San Francisco’s Marina District early Monday morning and then tried to swim away.
With a couple of pushes and a carry, Menlo Park Fire Protection District firefighters helped two stranded motorists out of their cars, which stalled in high water Tuesday.
Age is likely a factor in a water main break that caused fire and utility crews to shut down an intersection in San Francisco’s Bayview District Friday morning.
A dozen people were arrested Monday morning after they took over the lobby of the Citigroup Center in San Francisco’s Financial District.
A recent dramatic drop in water conservation statewide could lead to a renewal of state-imposed mandatory water restrictions.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District’s board of directors is calling on people in the county to reduce their water use by 20 percent.
Following similar steps recently taken by other agencies, the Contra Costa Water District’s leaders voted Wednesday to reverse most of its water use restrictions.
Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order Monday mandating long-term water conservation across California.