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  • Hard Summer concert in downtown L.A. on Saturday night: The safest place on Earth?

     
    There was perhaps no more secure place to be on Earth on Saturday night than at L.A. State Historic Park in downtown Los Angeles. The 32-acre plot was occupied by Hard Summer, an electronic music festival that gathered two dozen......
  • Bears, big cats routinely suffer in Chinese zoos and wildlife parks, animal welfare group says

     
    BEIJING — Performing animals in Chinese zoos and parks are often trained using abusive practices, including routine beatings, and are housed in inadequate shelters, according to a report by a Hong Kong-based animal welfare group released Monday. Bears...
  • Element Power proposes Antelope Valley wind and solar farm

     
    Nothing says Alfalfa Festival like solar panels and wind turbines. So says Element Power U.S., the Portland, Ore.-based renewable power company sponsoring this year’s festival paired with the Antelope Valley Fair later this month. Maybe it has something...
  • Authorities find body in Malibu Canyon, seek possible Mitrice Richardson link [Updated]

     
    Police investigators went to a remote area of Malibu Canyon on Monday afternoon after park rangers told L.A. County sheriff's officials that they'd found what appeared to be human remains. It was not immediately clear if the bones, found more......
  • Remains found in Malibu Canyon said to be that of a woman; link, if any, to Mitrice Richardson is unclear

     
    The skeletal remains found Monday afternoon in Malibu Canyon are believed to be that of a woman, according to a law enforcement source. Women's clothing was also found near the scene, said the source, who spoke on the condition of......
  • Court rejects stay sought by wild horse advocates, allows California and Nevada roundup to commence

     
    RENO, Nev. — A federal appeals court on Tuesday cleared the way for the roundup of more than 2,000 wild horses in California and Nevada, rejecting critics' claims that the free-roaming mustangs have a legal right to remain on the......
  • California bear hunting season opens Saturday

     
    Bear hunters who haven't yet purchased their 2010 tags and plan to hunt on Saturday's opening day should get to a California Department of Fish and Game office no later than Thursday. That's because all DFG offices may be closed......
  • Alaska otter orphan moves to new home in New York

     
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An orphaned sea otter from Alaska has arrived at the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium. Director Jon Dohlin says Tazo arrived at 2 a.m. last Friday, accompanied by a keeper and a veterinarian, and "so far,......
  • Pet Amnesty Day: Want to adopt an exotic pet?

     
    From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: Another Pet Amnesty Day is coming up in September in Jacksonville, and the Fish and Wildlife Commission is looking for people who qualify to provide good homes for pets turned in that day. “We....
  • Must love bears

     
    Here's an interesting job opportunity from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: Do you like bears and working outdoors? Do you like to help people learn to live with wildlife? Can you stomach handling bear carcasses? Would you like to...
  • Mitrice Richardson’s father says: ‘We are going to hold people accountable’

     
    Mitrice Richardson's father blasted Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials Thursday for allegedly mishandling his daughter's case from beginning to end. "A lot of people wronged my daughter that night," Michael Richardson said shortly after...