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  • Environmental rules make Grand Canal less than grand

     Environmental rules make Grand Canal less than grand
    Once alive with children playing on the sandy shoreline or leaping headlong into the shimmering water, the Grand Canal is now having trouble living up to its name. Although Balboa Island still radiates charm with its early day cottages, its rival frozen...
  • Pivot Renews 'Please Like Me' for Season 3, Greenlights Conservation Series 'The Operatives'

    Pivot has renewed comedy "Please Like Me" for season three, the network announced Friday at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour. The series is created by and stars Australian comedian Josh Thomas, and centers around Thomas' character, Josh,...
  • Pass These Bills, Don't Pass Those

    With a week left in the 2014 General Assembly session, barely a dozen bills have made their way through both houses to the governor's desk. That means another down-to-the-wire finish, a ballet of storm and stress in which good proposals can fail to...
  • Reclamation facility planned to improve recycled water

    Reclamation facility planned to improve recycled water
    The South Coast Water District will soon be able to produce higher-quality recycled water to irrigate certain types of land, such as golf courses and hotel grounds, for its South Laguna and Dana Point clients. City leaders and environmental stewards...
  • Mikulski must stand up for clean water [Letter]

    Mikulski must stand up for clean water [Letter]
    This spring, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took some long-overdue steps to fix the Clean Water Act, ending confusion over which streams and wetlands are protected by the law. Loopholes in the law created over the past decade have left more...
  • As California drought gets worse, water use dips modestly

    As California drought gets worse, water use dips modestly
    Amid signs that California's drought conditions are worsening, the state reported that water consumption in the state has declined modestly. The State Water Resources Control Board reported that water use was down 5% through May. The report was based on...
  • High flows on Gunpowder stir debate

    High flows on Gunpowder stir debate
    Tucked amid the woods of northern Baltimore County is one of Maryland's natural gems — the Big Gunpowder Falls, a nationally renowned trout stream that draws anglers from far and wide to try their skills and luck in the cold, rushing water. But...
  • Brown's water tunnel job claims generating controversy

    Brown's water tunnel job claims generating controversy
    A bold, $25-billion plan to ship more water to Southern California could create tens of thousands of new jobs a year for decades, a Brown administration study says. And even though the plan is at least two years from possible final approval, it is...
  • Warm weather brings human-animal conflict

    It's become a rite of late spring in Pennsylvania. As the weather warms, wildlife becomes more active, and in the case of young wildlife, it means more animal-human conflicts. From bear sightings in local communities (and near local schools) to cars...
  • Occidental to spin off California Resources Corp. by end of 2014

    Occidental Petroleum's Golden State assets will be spun off by year's end into a company called California Resources Corp. The oil and gas giant said Thursday that the subsidiary filed documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in...
  • Black bear sighted near Rockford

    Black bear sighted near Rockford
    A Rockford-area couple had an unexpected visitor to their home this morning: a black bear. Sheryl Hutchinson and her husband, Michael Griffith, were enjoying breakfast around 10 a.m. when Hutchinson said she spotted the bear outside the window of her...