Plenty Of Capacity, Adequate Pumping Facilities Helped Sacramento Avoid Rainfall Catastrophe During StormOur record-breaker of a super soaker didn't break the backbone of Sacramento's storm system. The rain was non-stop.  But as the atmospheric river came roaring through, it's what happened before the storm that made all the difference.
Clear, Blue Skies Follow Record-Breaking RainA storm for the ages ripped through the Sacramento Valley, leaving behind serious damage. But when the storm cleared, the sky was blue and the air was clean.
How Did Sunday's Storm Affect California's Drought?UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Professor Jay Lund says we have a long way to go to make up for years of drought. 
Rio Linda Residents Cleaning Up After The StormAs the storm moves out, the damage assessment is now underway in Rio Linda.
Colfax Residents Return Home After Debris Flow Concerns SubsidePeople in Colfax are being allowed to return home after concerns about debris flows prompted mandatory evacuations Sunday. The area was burned about 12 weeks ago by the River Fire, but no major mudslides materialized.  
Sacramento Sets Storm Record With Its Highest All-Time Rainfall Total Since 1880Downtown Sacramento has officially set its all-time 24-hour rainfall total record with Sunday’s storm.
Storm Floods Streets, Leaving Sacramento Drivers StrandedSunday’s storm dumped several inches of rain flooding streets, leaving drivers stranded. 
Storm Forces Cancellation Of Outlaw Music Festival, Willie Nelson Performance In WheatlandThe Outlaw Music Festival in Wheatland at the Toyota Amphitheatre today has been canceled. County music great Willie Nelson was scheduled to perform.
Flood Warning In Effect For Wilton AreaA flood warning is in effect in the Wilton area. The Consumnes River at Michigan Bar is expected to swell up to 12-feet Thursday.
Storms Knock Out Power For Thousands In Northern CaliforniaNorthern Californians woke up to power outages early Sunday morning after winds knocked over trees into power lines in many areas.
Hundreds Spend Christmas Morning Without Power in ModestoModesto, Calif (CBS13) -- Hundreds of Modesto Irrigation District customers were still without power on Christmas Day after 12 power poles were knocked over after a tree fell on Coffee Road. National Weather Service crews were on the ground looking at the damage and assessing whether or not a Tornado touched down in the area.