The Oroville Dam's main spillway is flowing for the first time in more than two weeks. Department of Water Resources officials say they're ramping-up the outflows to 50-thousand cubic-feet-per-second. Work crews have cleared out more than one-point-two-million cubic yards of debris from the diversion pool at the base of the spillway since February 27th. The release is expected to push up Feather River levels ten-to-15-feet, but no flooding is expected.
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