An estimated 14,000 people were evacuated by this week’s historic San Jose floods, and people who live in the Nordale neighborhood near Kelley Park have been among the hardest hit.
A numbers of cars were submerged and many homes flooded from the water that is contaminated with oil, gasoline and sewage. Bob Redell reports.
Some highly traveled roads that were closed due to weather impacts in Alameda County have reopened Wednesday, but cleanup from the heavy rains continues, a county public works official said.
Highway 101 closed from both directions on Wednesday early morning. Pete Suratos reports.
Flooding exceeded 100 year levels. Kris Sanchez reports.
People forced from homes in San Jose's Rock Springs Neighborhood. Kris Sanchez reports.
A mandatory evacuation has been issued by the city at 12:15 this Wednesday morning. Bob Redell reports.
While dry weather is coming the next 3 days, we’re not done with potential flood issues just yet. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks when the next storm hits in your Microclimate Forecast.
Flood concerns will remain over the next several days despite the drying as a new storm is likely this upcoming weekend. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri has the Microclimate Forecast.
Creeks and rivers topped their banks, hundreds of homes were evacuated and several thousand people found themselves trapped in a rural hamlet as Northern California emerged Tuesday from yet another winter...
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