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  • California condor population hits 100

     
    The number of wild, free-flying condors in California has reached 100, the most in half a century. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced the landmark Wednesday, crediting a captive breeding program started in Southern California in 1982, when there.....
  • Fish and Game Q&A: What to do for a lonely osprey?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: We keep our sailboat in the Alamitos......
  • Conservation easements purchased for massive Tejon Ranch tract

     
    The state on Thursday approved the purchase of conservation easements on 62,000 acres in Tejon Ranch, the first step in implementing an agreement that would protect up to 240,000 acres of wildlands in one of the largest pieces of private......
  • Environmentalists sue to block a new city in L.A. County

     
    A coalition of environmental and Native American groups has sued the California Department of Fish and Game over permits issued to build 21,000 homes on Los Angeles County's last major tract of undeveloped land. The coalition, which filed the suit......
  • California Department of Fish and Game offers wild pig-hunting clinic

     
    The next advanced hunting clinic offered by the California Department of Fish and Game will focus on wild pigs. Co-hosted by the Pacific Coast Hunter Education Assn., the class will take place Sat., April 9 from 9 a.m. to 4......
  • California Department of Fish and Game offers clinic on hunting wild pigs

     
    The next advanced hunting clinic offered by the California Department of Fish and Game will focus on wild pigs. Co-hosted by the Pacific Coast Hunter Education Assn., the class will take place Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m. to 4......
  • Bullet train over the Grapevine? Switch to 5 Freeway route in mountains considered

     
    California bullet train planners voted Thursday to revive a long-discarded route option following Interstate 5 over the Grapevine that could save billions of dollars and eliminate a sweeping dog-leg through Los Angeles County’s high-desert towns....
  • State investigating claims of illegal killing of mountain lions at Tejon Ranch

     
    The California Department of Fish and Game is investigating claims made in a whistle-blower lawsuit filed by a former Tejon Ranch employee who alleges that he was fired after he complained about the illegal killing of mountain lions at the......
  • 2011 shaping up to be big year for L.A. light-rail expansion

     
    If all goes as anticipated, 2011 will mark a milestone for L.A. transit officials: It would be the first time L.A. would have three rail projects under construction at the same time. Metro plans to begin construction of a new......
  • San Diego police beef up internal affairs unit amid officer misconduct allegations

     
    The San Diego Police Department is beefing up its internal affairs unit after a series of misconduct allegations involving officers. A 24-hour hotline, which will be monitored by Chief William Lansdowne, has been established to field citizen complaints....
  • Doctor caught with marijuana in 2008 could lose medical license

     
    A Newport Beach doctor charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession in 2008 may have his physician and surgeon license revoked, according to court documents filed with the Medical Board of California. Dr. Paul F. Reardon, 54, was pulled over in Laguna......