Lassen Volcanic National Park
It quietly built up magma for 27,000 years before beginning years-long series of eruptions on May 30th, 1914 and today the national park around Lassen Peak remains a closely observed volcanic hot spot.
A federal magistrate judge says the National Park Service purposely destroyed evidence in the wrongful death case of a 9-year-old boy who fell from a retaining wall in a Northern California Park.
A state fire spokesman said that 3,500 homes, spread out across a rural area along the border of Tehama and Shasta counties, are threatened.
Brian continues his geologic road trip of a number of Bay Area volcanoes from days gone by and hops in the car for a journey north to Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen. The show erupts […]
Volcano Roadtrip 1 Brian discovers the geologic history of a number of Bay Area volcanoes from days gone by and hops in the car for a journey north to Mount Shasta and Lassen Peak. The […]