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  • Slight cool down expected across region, red flag warning remains in effect

    Slight cool down expected across region, red flag warning remains in effect
    A red-flag fire warning is in effect, but Southern California temperatures are expected to cool Wednesday, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms over Los Angeles and Ventura counties, according to the National Weather Service. In the tri-city...
  • A Word, Please: OMG! Kids are ruining language!

    When “Freakonomics” came out in 2005, I figured it was a watershed moment in public discourse. At last, I thought, someone with a big, loud platform was casting light on an all-too-common practice in which scientists and science journalists...
  • Glendale bear spotted soaking wet in La Crescenta, officials say

    Glendale bear spotted soaking wet in La Crescenta, officials say
    The popular bear known to residents as “Glen Bearian” and “Meatball” returned to the Briggs Terrace area of La Crescenta on Tuesday, marking at least the second time it has made the miles-long voyage from Angeles National Forest....
  • 4,000-acre brush fire shuts down San Gabriel Canyon on Labor Day

    4,000-acre brush fire shuts down San Gabriel Canyon on Labor Day
    Fire crews were battling a 4,000-acre brush fire Monday morning in rugged terrain in the Angeles National Forest as the blaze forced officials to shut down the popular San Gabriel Canyon to Labor Day visitors. The Williams fire was just 5% contained as...
  • Firefighters battling Angeles National Forest blaze hope for rain

    Firefighters battling Angeles National Forest blaze hope for rain
    The wildfire burning in the Angeles National Forest is about 25% contained, although firefighters were hoping that rain would arrive in the afternoon, authorities said Wednesday. The blaze, known as the Williams fire, has burned about 3,800 acres since...
  • Montrose freeway-crossing bear tranquilized

    Montrose freeway-crossing bear tranquilized
    The bear that wandered over the 210 Freeway and into Montrose early Sunday morning has been tranquilized and is being taken back into the Angeles National Forest. The bear was sedated around 10:30 a.m. after it had been seen in the area of Florencita...
  • Capitol Journal: Let the dogs loose on uncontrolled bears

    Capitol Journal: Let the dogs loose on uncontrolled bears
    SACRAMENTO — Admittedly I'm biased about bears. I don't think they're hunted enough in California. I say hunt them down with dogs. Hunt them with drones. Maybe roll in the tanks. I've awakened to this conclusion while watching brazen black bears...
  • Officials urge the public to not clog 911 lines for odor inquiries

    Officials are urging residents not to clog 911 lines as investigators look into the source of a mysterious foul odor reported across Southern California on Monday. The Air Quality Management District is investigating the source of the smell, which some...
  • If Curiosity finds water on Mars, it could be trouble

    If Curiosity finds water on Mars, it could be trouble
    For all the hopes NASA has pinned on the rover it deposited on Mars last month, one wish has gone unspoken: Please don't find water. Scientists don't believe they will. They chose the cold, dry equatorial landing site in Mars' Gale Crater for its...
  • Foul stink likely tied to dead fish at Salton Sea, strong winds

    Foul stink likely tied to dead fish at Salton Sea, strong winds
    Authorities said the foul smell reported by thousands of Southern California residents from Palm Springs to Ventura County was most likely caused by a fish die-off at the Salton Sea combined with strong winds overnight that pushed the smell into the Los...
  • Who's teaching L.A.'s kids?

    Who's teaching L.A.'s kids?
    The fifth-graders at Broadous Elementary School come from the same world — the poorest corner of the San Fernando Valley, a Pacoima neighborhood framed by two freeways where some have lost friends to the stray bullets of rival gangs. Many are the...
  • Neighbors say they haven't seen much of Ramani

    As Los Angeles County prosecutors review allegations that Sunder Ramani is feigning Burbank residency to run in the 43rd Assembly District, his neighbors at the West Alameda Avenue building say they've rarely seen the Republican candidate, if at all....