More Videos

California sea lion population is booming in Morro Bay — 'They are fat and happy' 0:52

California sea lion population is booming in Morro Bay — 'They are fat and happy'

Actor Jeff Bridges describes moment mudslide hit his Montecito home 1:06

Actor Jeff Bridges describes moment mudslide hit his Montecito home

Videos: Montecito mudslides left path of destruction, from hills to beach 3:29

Videos: Montecito mudslides left path of destruction, from hills to beach

14-year-old girl rescued from Montecito home destroyed in storm 0:42

14-year-old girl rescued from Montecito home destroyed in storm

Get to know gubernatorial candidate Doug Ose 1:10

Get to know gubernatorial candidate Doug Ose

Video: Nearly a week after mudslide, Highway 101 remained underwater 1:11

Video: Nearly a week after mudslide, Highway 101 remained underwater

Highway 101 almost looks like a road again — watch an update 3:39

Highway 101 almost looks like a road again — watch an update

Watch crews clean up mud, debris from Highway 101 after Montecito mudslide 0:46

Watch crews clean up mud, debris from Highway 101 after Montecito mudslide

What happens when you call 911? Use these tips for better emergency response 1:59

What happens when you call 911? Use these tips for better emergency response

What it's like to be a 'Dreamer': SLO immigrant shares his worries 1:01

What it's like to be a 'Dreamer': SLO immigrant shares his worries

  • Why this Placer County dam keeps getting cited in inspection reports

    The owners of the Sugar Pine Dam, the Foresthill Public Utilities District in Placer County, have been repeatedly told to repair failing sensors in the dam. District officials say the broken instruments don’t keep them from monitoring the dam.

The owners of the Sugar Pine Dam, the Foresthill Public Utilities District in Placer County, have been repeatedly told to repair failing sensors in the dam. District officials say the broken instruments don’t keep them from monitoring the dam. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
The owners of the Sugar Pine Dam, the Foresthill Public Utilities District in Placer County, have been repeatedly told to repair failing sensors in the dam. District officials say the broken instruments don’t keep them from monitoring the dam. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

Cracks, clogged drains, broken valves among litany of problems at California’s dams

December 08, 2017 03:55 AM