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(latimes.com) California is still in a drought. But there are some dramatic signs of improvement -- especially if you look at some of the state's most important reservoirs. Months of rain and snow (more..)


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Over the past few weeks, Santa Clarita Transit has replaced 5 of its 13 diesel-powered commuter coaches with compressed natural gas (CNG) commuter coaches–making it one of th(more..)


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(By Dave Bossert) (First published in April, 2012 and updated) Maybe we should be asking the question; how green was our valley? Or better; how green could our valley be? These are all val(more..)


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(latimes.com) The storm that swept into the Southland on Saturday night created havoc on area roads, more than doubling the number of crashes from the same time period last week, a CHP officer said(more..)


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(latimes.com) It was supposed to be one of the wettest Februaries on record. Instead, by one measure at least, it became the hottest.

At an average high temperature of 77.5, this February s(more..)


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Over the last several weeks I have taken special notice of the trees along Stevenson Ranch Parkway in Stevenson Ranch. A few of the trees are starting to bloom but many look like the skeletal remai(more..)


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(By Dave Bossert) Over the last several weeks I have taken special notice of the trees along Stevenson Ranch Parkway in Stevenson Ranch. A few of the trees are starting to bloom but many look like (more..)


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(By Andrew Fried) As soon as the federal Bureau of Land Management announced it was canceling the CEMEX Soledad Canyon mining contracts last August, those of us who have been following the(more..)


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(By Andrew Fried) As soon as the federal Bureau of Land Management announced it was canceling the CEMEX Soledad Canyon mining contracts last August, those of us who have been following the(more..)


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(latimes.com) Winter? What winter?

It may be February, but Southern California will maintain its summer-like sizzle for much of this week, with just a brief visit by clouds and po(more..)