Craig Miller

KQED

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Science Editor for KQED, where he covers climate, water and energy issues; former senior editor of Climate Watch

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Two of the channels that drain the Oroville dam -- near Sacramento -- are damaged. Workers are trying to come up with a fix before a new set of storms move in later this week.

Mass evacuations in the shadow of America's tallest dam

Two of the channels that drain the Oroville dam -- near Sacramento -- are damaged. Workers are trying to come up with a fix before a new set of storms move in later this week.

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Governor Brown describes a  new pact  between the states of California, Oregon and Washington and the Canadian Province of British Columbia as a " small but powerful first step "…

West Coast Bands Together over Climate Change

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