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  • Four-dollar gasoline returns to the L.A. area

    Four-dollar gasoline returns to the L.A. area
    Four-dollar gas is back.
  • Independent groups step up spending in L.A. City Council race

    Independent groups step up spending in L.A. City Council race
    In his bid to win a Los Angeles City Council seat, candidate David Ryu swore off accepting campaign money from local developers, people who buy land for construction projects that require city approval. But tens of thousands of dollars from one local...

    Would oil company bosses eat crops irrigated with fracking wastewater?

    Would oil company bosses eat crops irrigated with fracking wastewater?
    To the editor: Oil companies sell their "recycled" wastewater to farmers for crop irrigation; state authorities test the water only for naturally occurring toxins; the oil companies won't reveal all the chemicals they use; the State Water Resources...

    Huntington Ingalls' attempt to diversify hits a snag

    Huntington Ingalls' attempt to diversify hits a snag
    Last year, Huntington Ingalls Industries moved to expand beyond its core business of building aircraft carriers and submarines. One of those attempts has not gone as planned. In June, HII acquired UniversalPegasus International Holdings and its 1,...

    Central Valley's growing concern: Crops raised with oil field water

     Central Valley's growing concern: Crops raised with oil field water
    Here in California's thirsty farm belt, where pumpjacks nod amid neat rows of crops, it's a proposition that seems to make sense: using treated oil field wastewater to irrigate crops. Oil giant Chevron recycles 21 million gallons of that water each...