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Bear Attacks Man Camping In SoCal CampgroundAuthorities say a man is recovering after being injured by a bear at a Los Angeles-area campground.
Federal Land Managers Set To Sterilize Wild Horses Across The WestThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management is embarking on a path to sterilize wild horses on U.S. rangeland to slow the growth of herds.
Plague Forces Closure Of Popular Campground Near Lake TahoeA popular campground near Lake Tahoe has been closed after health officials found plague at the site earlier this month.
VW To Pay Owners Up To $7K In Wake Of $10B Diesel Emissions ScandalVolkswagen will pay owners of its polluting diesel cars up to seven thousand dollars and agree to fund a grant program to offset air pollution.
California's Drought Deficit Will Take Years To Fill, UCLA Study FindsWe just had our wettest winter in five years, but a new report by UCLA researchers finds it will take another four years like this one to make up for the water deficit we built up during the drought.
Ship Filled With Space Station Trash Expected To Burn Up Over EarthIt’s trash day for the International Space Station.
Flare Up At Chevron's Richmond Refinery Sends Flame Into SkyFlaring activity at the Chevron Refinery Sunday had residents in the area expressing concern.
El Niño Leaves California High And DryOn the first day of summer, California's historic drought is far from over despite what had promised to be a wet, El Niño winter.
Bay Area Weather Heats Up, But Southwestern States SwelteringAs the weather heats up in the Bay Area, triple-digit temperatures are sweeping parts of the Southwest this weekend and leading some people in Arizona to fall ill from the sweltering heat.
California Will Incinerate Dead Trees With Air-Curtain Burners To Prevent Forest FiresOfficials in California say they're preparing to use large air-blasting incinerators to burn up trees killed by drought and a beetle epidemic ravaging Sierra Nevada forests
President And First Family Visit Yosemite, Celebrate National Parks' CentennialIn Yosemite, where the president was spending the weekend with his wife and daughters, he said climate change is the biggest threat to U.S. national parks.
Sherpa Fire In Santa Barbara County 45 Percent Contained; High Winds Feared OvernightThe Sherpa Fire, a four-day-old blaze that threatens coastal homes in Santa Barbara County, was 45 percent contained by midday Saturday.

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