A 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck off Alaska’s Kodiak Island early Tuesday, prompting a tsunami warning for a large swath of the state’s coa…
Emergency officials show us what to do in case of a tsunami in the Bay Area
There is no longer a Tsunami Watch for the Bay Area or West Coast.
(KRON) A number of storms will hit the Bay Area this week. Light to moderate rain is expected through the Monday morning commute. KRON4’s Re…
Big waves were splashing near the Pacifica Pier on Friday.
Winter storm watches and advisories have been expanded across nearly all of northern Nevada ahead of a cold front that’s bearing down on the…
Much of the Northern California coast is taking a pounding as this storm has generated some gigantic waves.
Widespread rain is on its way to the Bay Area Monday and will likely last through Tuesday morning.
Power and road crews are mopping up after stormy weather in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Let’s face it–when it rains, the Bay Area freeways become dangerous places.
Storms brought rain to California on Monday and increased the risk of mudslides in fire-ravaged communities, driving property owners to stac…
Free sandbags are available to help protect San Francisco homes from flooding.
Caltrans has closed the two right lanes of northbound 101 in Palo Alto for emergency pavement repair in the midst of the Bay Area storm.
Monday was the wettest in San Francisco since December 2014, according to the National Weather Service.
A flash flood watch has been issued for Monday afternoon throughTuesday morning for several areas affected by the North Bay wildfires.
It’s another tough day at Bay Area airports Friday due to a wave of flight cancellations and delays prompted by a giant storm slamming the …
A strong earthquake woke up the Bay Area Thursday morning and residents took to Twitter to react.
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A strong 4.4 magnitude earthquake has rattled the Bay Area shortly before 3 a.m. USGS is reporting the quake was cent…
A strong 4.4 magnitude earthquake rattled the Bay Area shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday morning.
The first rainfall of 2018 is set to move into the Bay Area Wednesday afternoon.