Oroville Dam News
Strangers help man with Down syndrome replenish his movie collection after wildfires destroy home
Hundreds of strangers stepped in to help rebuild the extensive movie collection of a man with Down syndrome who lost his entire home to the wildfires that ravaged Northern California over the weekend. Oroville resident Mark Orsillo, 34, enjoys watching movies and television, his sister, Danielle
Before, after photos show California landscapes making a comeback from drought
Before-and-after photos of various landscapes in California show what a difference the deluge of winter rain has made after years of weather /drought.htm" id="ramplink_drought_" targetblank">drought . Photos taken by Getty Images photographer Justin Sullivan in the summer of 2014 -- in the middle
Oroville Dam floodgates opened for 1st time since February
Gorgeous footage shows water flowing through the Oroville Dam floodgates for the first time since the dam's spillway was damaged in February.
Trump vows to repair nation's 'crumbling' infrastructure, but experts see potential roadblocks
President Donald Trump, in his first speech to a joint session of Congress last night, vowed to repair what he called the nation's "crumbling" infrastructure and initiate a "new program of national rebuilding." "Crumbling infrastructure will be replaced with new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports
Extensive damage to Oroville Dam after stopping water flow
Video shows extensive damage to Oroville Dam spillway after stopping the flow of water to clear out debris.
Rainy start to the year in Northern California continues
Following years of drought, parts of Northern California have experienced a deluge of rain so far in 2017. Rain, heavy at times, is expected throughout today in the region, before tapering to scattered showers overnight, according to ABC News meteorologists. Around the area of the Oroville Dam,
California braces for more heavy rain
More rain is expected in California just after a powerful storm dumped as many as 10 inches of rain in some areas and left at least five people dead.
Crews race against wet weather to fix damage near California dam
Officials are scrambling to fix the damaged spillway at the Oroville Dam before more rain moves into the region.
New storms bear down on California as crews rush to fix the spillways draining a swollen reservoir
To the index of other news and to America's tallest dam in oroville, California tonight. Crews rushing to fix the heavily damaged spillways. Hoisting giant bags of rocks and dropping them in. Tonight, some evacuated families being allowed to return, but the evacuation has been replaced with a new
Evacuation order for lifted areas surrounding the Oroville Dam
California officials have lifted the evacuation order affecting hundreds of thousands of residents in the areas surround the Oroville Dam in Northern California. Residents will be allowed to return to their homes and businesses allowed to reopen, said Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea. In a press