Sacramento Power Outages Peaked Beyond 140,000 During StormCrews have been working around-the-clock to restore power. But hundreds are still stuck in the dark.
Sacramento Storm Cleanup Keeps Businesses BusyAce Hardware in Midtown Sacramento has set up an area with the tools and supplies people need the most as homeowners try to prepare for the next round. It could be something as simple as a roof patch that can be applied even in wet conditions.
Gov. Brown Declares Emergency Over Dead TreesCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown says dead trees around the state pose a fire hazard and has declared a state of emergency.
California Drought Has Sacramento Tree Leaves Dropping Like It's Fall In AugustThe colors and conditions usually don’t show up until October when the weather gets cooler. A tupelo tree with bright red leaves last week in Rancho Cordova is bare now.
Amid California Drought, Fears Rise Of Trees Dying, FallingAs Californians cut back water use and let lawns turn brown, arborists and state officials are worrying about a potentially dangerous ripple effect: Nearby trees going neglected and becoming diseased or dying.
Crews Clear Hazardous Trees Scorched By The King FireCrews in El Dorado County spent the day in Georgetown working to clear hazardous trees from campgrounds.
PG&E Goes Airborne To Find Drought-Stricken Trees Threatening Power LinesAs the drought drags on, the chances for destructive wildfires increase by the day. Crews are taking to the air looking for to help keep the fire danger to a minimum.
California Drought, Watering Restrictions Could Send Redwoods Crashing DownTrees not getting enough water are dying across the region, and it’s important to know how to tell if one near you may be on the verge of coming down.
Keeping Your Trees Healthy In The DroughtIn this drought, we are getting our lawns go brown by shutting up off the sprinklers. But how can we keep our trees healthy?
Wind Topples Trees In Paradise, Killing 2Two people were killed by fallen trees in separate incidents following winds above 60 mph that have also toppled power lines.
Davis Community Lives In Fear Of Old, Potentially Dangerous TreesVivian Brecheisen says she’s complained for years and nothing has been done to remove the several trees near her Davis home she says could fall at any moment.
Forest Service To Release Rim Fire Recovery Plan The U.S. Forest Service is expected to unveil its plan Wednesday for what to do with millions of trees killed one year ago in California's massive Rim Fire that stand at the center of a conflict between environmentalists and loggers.

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