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  • DFG offers wild pig-hunting clinic next month

     
    Next up on the docket of available Advanced Hunting clinics offered by the Department of Fish and Game is the opportunity to learn about hunting wild pig. Co-hosted by the Pacific Coast Hunter Education Assn., the class will take place......
  • Department of Fish and Game to host wilderness survival clinic at Tejon Ranch

     
    The California Department of Fish and Game will host a two-day wilderness survival clinic May 1 and May 2 at Tejon Ranch, located approximately 60 miles north of Los Angeles. The clinic begins at 9 am. on May 1 and......
  • Protesting truckers create gridlock on Long Beach Freeway and downtown L.A. [Updated]

     
    Scores of protesting truck drivers are slowing traffic on the Long Beach Freeway this morning, flashing their lights and hoping to raise attention about new environmental fees at the ports that they say threaten their livelihoods. Up to 100 trucks......
  • Coalition sues to halt Tejon Ranch development

     
    A coalition of environmentalists, Native Americans and local residents has filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking the development of a 5,000-acre resort community on the Tejon Ranch in the Tehachapi Mountains. The suit, filed Thursday in Kern County Superior...
  • Mudslide damages six homes, closes road in La Cañada Flintridge [Updated]

     
    Residents and officials are assessing the damage after a burn area above La Cañada Flintridge gave way, sending waves of mud through a foothill neighborhood, damaging six homes and nearly covering some cars. Rock Castle Drive remained closed this...
  • Mid-City slaying shows the difficulty of protecting domestic violence victims

     
    The slaying of a Mid-City woman who had just filed a domestic violence complaint against her boyfriend underscores the difficulties of stopping an attacker determined to strike his or her victim, domestic violence experts said. “I’ve worked with...
  • Gifts Flow, as Does the Access

    Gifts Flow, as Does the Access
    SACRAMENTO — When Richard Costigan resigned as lobbyist for the Chamber of Commerce last November, the business group chipped in for a $589 farewell gift, a wood-and-glass model of the domed Capitol where Costigan went to work for Arnold...
  • California Earthquake Could Be the Next Katrina

    U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones remembers attending an emergency training session in August 2001 with the Federal Emergency Management Agency that discussed the three most likely catastrophes to strike the United States. First on the...