Rising Water Threatens Homeless Encampments On American RiverRescue operations are underway to bring homeless people camping on islands on the American River to higher ground.
3 People, 1 Dog Rescued From Rising Waters On American RiverFire crews rescued three people and one dog who became trapped on an island on the American River on Thursday morning.
Federal Project Aims To Increase Salmon, Trout In American RiverGravel, sand and rocks are being sorted and washed along the American River – preparing the area for salmon and trout.
Body Discovered In American River Behind Campus Commons Golf CourseAuthorities say a body was discovered in the American River behind the Campus Commons golf course.
Planned 'Raftopia' Event Prompts Alcohol Ban On American RiverOfficials have issued an alcohol ban along part of the American River in anticipation of another "Raftopia" event.
San Francisco Woman Dies In Rafting Accident On American RiverAuthorities say a San Francisco woman died during a rafting accident on the south fork of the American River over the weekend.
Law Enforcement Bans Booze at 2016 Rafting Gone WildAn alcohol ban was put in place for this year's "Rafting Gone Wild" event
Alcohol Ban In Effect On American River For Rafting Gone WildTwo separate river parties are expected to draw thousands of rafters. A temporary ban is in place on the American River from Watt Avenue to Hazel Avenue.
Body Of Missing Teenage Swimmer Found In American River Near AuburnMultiple Agencies continue to search for a missing teenager who went swimming at the American River Confluence near Auburn.
Crews Search For Missing Swimmer At American River ConfluenceMultiple Agencies including CalFire and a Dive Team are searching for a missing swimmer at the American River Confluence near Auburn.
Five Gates On Folsom Dam Opened To Prepare For RainThe water level on the American River rose again today in the Sacramento area.
With Folsom Dam Releases Increasing, Officials Warning To Stay Away From Rising WaterwaysThe Sacramento Fire Department made four rescues along the river. They say it doesn’t take much to cause a problem—just six inches to knock you down and two feet to sweep a car away.