Four years ago, a fire tore through the Mojave National Preserve, destroying some 1.3 million Joshua Trees, or about a quarter of the population. Restoration efforts would prove difficult.
A study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications suggests California’s wildfires may be turning benign, naturally-occu
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Tustin Pleads for Help and Guidance One Month After Hangar Fire
Brittany Maldonado 12/07/2023 - 9:43 AM
Tustin residents and city leaders are expressing frustration with the state and the U.S.
After the bacteria was discovered in the water, all of the town’s restaurants had to be shut down and residents were given boil notices.
July 4th marked the 569th consecutive day of beach closures in San Diego County.
California’s wet winter took a significant toll on beaches across the state, Heal the Bay’s new annual report card shows.
A coalition of cities, school districts, business orgs, state agencies and congresspeople hope to eliminate trash and illegal dumping countywide.
Sunnyvale, California has made history with the country's first net-zero, all-electric City Hall featuring LEED platinum certification.
The American Lung Association’s 2023 State of the Air report is bad news for California. Years of wildfires have reversed the state’s clean air progress, the report shows.