Bay Area Reservoirs At Normal Levels Despite Recent Droughts, Flooding
Harsh droughts followed by unusually wet conditions have caused Bay Area reservoir levels to fluctuate. But experts say that 2019 marks a new trend for water levels. Wilson Walker reports. (1-30-2019)

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Crews Clear Out Ukiah Forest To Prevent Future WildfiresIn one of the largest emergency forest projects underway in California, crews are thinning two sections of forest on both sides of Ukiah. Wilson Walker reports. (3-25-2019)
Discover The Cool Bugs That Will Be Insect Palooza With Norman Gerschenz Of SaveNature.OrgNorman Gerschenz, CEO and co-founder of SaveNature.org and Director of the Insect Discovery Lab brings some really cool bugs to the set for Michelle Griego to see - and even hold. They are just a few of the critters that'll be at Insect Palooza in SF on March 9 at Umpqua Bank.
Bay Area Students Join Worldwide Strike to Demand Climate ActionThousands of Bay Area students joined a global youth strike on Friday to demand leaders take action on climate change. Wilson Walker reports. (3-15-19)
Tesla Walks Back Plan To Close Most ShowroomsAfter Tesla announced last week it would close most of its showrooms to help bring costs down on their long-awaited Model 3 sedan, the maker of electric cars is reversing course. Anne Makovec reports. (3/11/19)
East Bay Fire Districts Propose Critical 14-Mile Fire-Break To Protect 500K+ ResidentsIf the fire prevention project is approved for state funding, the fire break would protect 30 East Bay communities and more than half a million people from potential fire danger. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-10-2019)
Thanks to Climate Change, Wet Winters No Match for Drier California SummersIf the emerald-green hills around Northern California have you thinking recent rains have put a damper on the fire danger next summer, you'd be wrong. Wilson Walker reports. (3-8-19)

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