How Lawyers Connect A Hangman's Noose With The Oroville Dam CrisisThe state attorney general's office will ask a Sacramento judge on Friday to strike 20 paragraphs that mention racism, sexism and corruption in a lawsuit against the Department of Water Resources
USGS: 20,000 Tiny ‘Man-Made’ Earthquakes Shook Oroville DamAs the main spillway failed at Oroville dam last February, researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey were focused on another event happening at the dam that couldn’t be seen or heard without special equipment.
DWR: Oroville Dam Main Spillway Now Fully RebuiltThe California Department of Water Resources is saying they've met their goal of having the Oroville Dam's main spillway rebuilt and ready for winter. 
Oroville Dam Repairs Surge To $1.1 BillionOfficials say the cost of dealing with last year's near-disaster at the nation's tallest dam in California have climbed to more than $1 billion.
Congressman: State Put Delta Tunnels Ahead Of Oroville Dam SpillwayRep. John Garamendi says the California Department of Water Resources didn't protect its most valuable asset, instead focusing on the Delta Tunnels project.
1 Million Salmon Released Into Sacramento River, But How Far North Will They Go?DWR spent $350,000 raising 2 million fish to help replace the ones lost in the Feather River due to silt from the Oroville Dam spillway disaster.
DWR Says Oroville Dam Main Spillway Won't Be Used This WeekCalifornia Department of Water Resources officials said Sunday that the lake level stayed below 800 feet (244 meters) and inflows are now tapering off.
Storm May Push Oroville Dam Spillway Into Service Next WeekThe state agency sent out a news release saying the spillway may be utilized if the lake levels reach the trigger point of 830 feet.
Small Fire Put Out At Oroville Dam Power PlantThe incident comes exactly one year after the Oroville Dam Spillway crisis.
Farmers, Business Owners Sue California Over Oroville Dam CrisisFor 80 years Kent Lang's family has grown walnut trees on farmland near the Sacramento River. That stopped this year when the trees died.
Oroville Dam Emergency Cost Reaches $870 Million: How Much Can State Get Back?The federal government reimburses 75 percent of the costs related to the emergency, but FEMA may not cover some costs.