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Tire Track Vandalism Mars Racetrack Playa In Death Valley National ParkTire tracks left by an illegal motorist at Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park are the worst a park official has seen.
Gov. Brown Signs Law To Protect Whales From Crab TrapsGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation meant to reduce the surging number of whales getting caught in crabbing gear.
Deadly Water Mold Threatens California Native PlantsBay Area nurseries are making progress defending against a deadly mold called Phytophthora but their efforts aren't coming cheap.
Tanker Cars Full Of Hazardous Fuel Abandoned On SMART Train Tracks Near SonomaA train hauling millions of gallons of highly-flammable liquid petroleum gas is currently stopped on the SMART rail corridor in Sonoma County and no one seems sure why.
Port Of Oakland Eases Truck Traffic With Night OperationsThe Port of Oakland says it’s a lot better than it used to be now that an experimental night operation is now permanent.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Prohibiting Trademark Renaming Of CA State ParksGov. Brown has signed legislation prohibiting ownership claims over California state park names after a dispute led to renaming Yosemite.
TV Manufacturers Accused Of Gaming Energy Usage TestsAn environmental group on Wednesday accused three major TV manufacturers of misleading consumers and regulators about how much energy high-definition screens devour.
Benicia Votes Against Crude Oil Train PlanBenicia’s city council has unanimously voted against a plan to run crude oil trains to the Valero Refinery following a four-year-long debate about the trains.
Tomato-Loving Pest Could Destroy California CropTomatoes are abundant at many farmer’s markets at this time of the year, but a little pest could change that in the future.
Warriors Co-Owner Peter Guber Makes Bel-Air's A-List Of Mega Water WastersHollywood A-lister movie producer and Warriors co-owner Peter Guber has made it onto yet another list: The Wet Princes and Princesses of Bel-Air.
Dow Chemical Subsidiary Sued Over Pesticide Use In CaliforniaChemical manufacturing giant Dow fails to warn people in farming communities throughout California when a potentially dangerous pesticide is applied to nearby fields, health advocates claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Bear Family Caught On Camera Roaming Sonoma County ParkThe family of three were captured on a remote-control video camera by state park biologists.

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