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They were 50%, 75%, 90% and 100% full, respectively, Croyle said.Rain falling onto the slurry and a small stream that had formed on the hillside Friday did not worry DWR engineers, he said.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.The rain has started to return in Northern California and will continue over the next few days, but officials aren't as concerned about the upcoming weather so much as the damage already done to the Oroville Dam's already compromised main spillway.The risk of flooding has dropped substantially, but Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea warned residents Wednesday that they remain in "an emergency situation."Although Butte County sheriff’s officials say there were no reports of looting during recent evacuations below Ororville Dam, there were a handful of burglaries and robberies that targeted fleeing residents, officials said.The incidents began Sunday night, hours after authorities ordered more than 100,000 people to flee to high ground, according to the Butte County Sheriff’s Office.About p.m., deputies said, Cody Bowles, 27, and Lucia Ripley, 31, carjacked the vehicle of an Oroville resident who was packing it to flee.
That overflow sent soil, rock and forest debris into the Feather River below. Doug La Malfa (R-Richvale) said Wednesday that officials will investigate what went wrong at the Oroville Dam once the emergency situation is over.The storms aren't likely to produce enough runoff to exceed the lake's capacity, Croyle said.Hundreds of thousands of tons of rocks and concrete slurry have been dropped into four fissures that threatened a retaining wall of the emergency spillway on Sunday.Speaking on the House floor Tuesday, La Malfa said the soil in front of the emergency spillway must be stabilized with rock and concrete."It looks good," he said. We also need prayer for no more rain for a while."After meeting privately with emergency officials on Tuesday, state Sen.Jim Nielsen (R-Gerber) said he was told the repairs were "temporary." "This cannot be a case of put rocks in the spillway and it is taken care of," he said.
Engineers had been pumping water out of the lake at 100,000 cfs for several days to make room for incoming storm runoff and to keep the lake from overflowing like it did over the weekend.