More Videos

Watch fin whales feeding off California coast next to small boat 2:03

Watch fin whales feeding off California coast next to small boat

'The love letter to Sacramento': What actress Greta Gerwig said at Tower Theater 2:47

'The love letter to Sacramento': What actress Greta Gerwig said at Tower Theater

What is REAL ID? 1:02

What is REAL ID?

These are the top rookies the 49ers played in 2017 1:12

These are the top rookies the 49ers played in 2017

Billboard shout-out to 'Lady Bird' director 0:45

Billboard shout-out to 'Lady Bird' director

Here's what you need to know about the debate over Asian Americans and affirmative action 1:03

Here's what you need to know about the debate over Asian Americans and affirmative action

Watch car slam into CHP cruiser in example of dangers of DUI 0:13

Watch car slam into CHP cruiser in example of dangers of DUI

Meet legendary chef Jeremiah Tower before his big Sacramento gig 1:37

Meet legendary chef Jeremiah Tower before his big Sacramento gig

Yuba County creates 'tiny homes' for some of its homeless population 1:31

Yuba County creates 'tiny homes' for some of its homeless population

Why you’ll soon have to dial at least 10 digits and what’s next 2:11

Why you’ll soon have to dial at least 10 digits and what’s next

  • Oroville Dam: Flyover shows just how huge this structure is as spillway repair continues

    Oroville Dam in Northern California is the tallest dam in the United States at 770 feet. In this flyover showing the continuing repair work on the dam's spillway, you can see just how enormous the structure is. In February 2017, the main and emergency spillways failed, leading to the evacuation of 188,000 people living near the dam. Repairs are expected to exceed $500 million. The project is on schedule to finish pouring concrete on the main spillway by Nov. 1, 2017.

Oroville Dam: Flyover shows just how huge this structure is as spillway repair continues

Oroville Dam in Northern California is the tallest dam in the United States at 770 feet. In this flyover showing the continuing repair work on the dam's spillway, you can see just how enormous the structure is. In February 2017, the main and emergency spillways failed, leading to the evacuation of 188,000 people living near the dam. Repairs are expected to exceed $500 million. The project is on schedule to finish pouring concrete on the main spillway by Nov. 1, 2017.
Department of Water Resources