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California's Booming Mosquito Population Puts Public At Increasing RiskIf you think you’re seeing more mosquitoes these days, you’re right. A new study from UC Santa Cruz shows the mosquito population in our state is growing at an astonishing rate.
Warming To Triple Downpours In U.S., Study FindsExtreme downpours will happen nearly three times as often in the United States by the end of the century, according to a new study
Easement Denied For Dakota Access Oil Pipeline By Army Corps Of EngineersThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won’t grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
California Drought Conservation Measures Could Be PermanentCalifornia water agencies have drawn up plans to keep drought conservation measures in place permanently.
Abalone Decline Could Mean Shorter Season, New Regulations For DiversThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife is proposing to lower the allowable abalone catch and shorten the season.
Malibu Woman Claims Mountain Lion Terrorizing Her Ranch, Killing AnimalsUnder pressure from wildlife advocates, a Southern California rancher is changing her approach to a mountain lion that she claims is terrorizing her.
Pair Of Roads In Yosemite National Park Closed For SeasonThe Tioga and Glacier Point Roads in Yosemite National Park are closed for the season.
After New Rules, Fewer Man-Made Earthquakes Strike OklahomaThe rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has dropped dramatically since late May, when the state limited wastewater injections into energy wells, an Associated Press statistical analysis shows.
Millions Of Dead Trees In Sierra To Fuel Central Valley Bio-Energy PlantThere are millions of dead trees in the Sierra Nevada – that’s the bad news. But, all those dead trees mean a biomass-energy plant in the Central Valley will stay in business for another five years.
Fire Restrictions Eased In Los Padres National Forest After Storms Dump RainEnough rain has fallen in the vast Los Padres National Forest to allow easing of fire restrictions.
PG&E Paying $85M To Close Diablo Canyon Nuclear PlantPG&E has agreed to pay $85 million to neighboring cities and a school district affected by the closure of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.
In Climate Fight, California Draws Up Cow Fart, Manure RegulationsThe nation's leading agricultural state is now targeting greenhouse gases produced by dairy cows and other livestock.

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