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  • 3 resorts deliver eco-cozy

    3 resorts deliver eco-cozy
    Whether you love whales, trees or indigenous people, few travel destinations seem to feel pristine. But for those who want to escape the tourist onslaught and shed the sense that you're about the only one on the planet who hasn't been to a particular...
  • Army Corps' Florida leader honored for Everglades work

    Army Corps' Florida leader honored for Everglades work
    During decades of building dams, levees and other structures that tinker with nature, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ often found itself at odds with the environmental community. But this month, the environmental group 1000 Friends of Florida...
  • Small Wonders: Yes, a river runs through it

    Los Angeles is not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of river rafting — probably not the second, third or thousandth, for that matter. But there's a group of folks hoping to change that. When I read last week that a section of...
  • Empty Ocean City 'dodges a bullet'

    Streams of people flowed back into Ocean City after the mandatory evacuation order for Hurricane Irene was lifted Sunday, and many of them headed straight for the beach. "It's bigger, it's better," said Annamarie Rohrer, who was sitting in the sun with...
  • More explosives found in St. Mary's state park Tuesday

    Underwater surveys of the shoreline along a state park in Southern Maryland turned up eight more World War II-era military explosives, according to fire officials. More than 18 pieces of military ordnance — artillery shells — have been...
  • Woman drives Mercedes down Verdugo Wash channel

    Woman drives Mercedes down Verdugo Wash channel
    Glendale police and public works crews decided to bring in a crane during the rush hour commute to hoist the sedan out due to the slippery conditions in the channel caused by flowing water. ___________________________ FOR THE RECORD: An earlier...
  • Police remove Mercedes from Verdugo Wash

    Police remove Mercedes from Verdugo Wash
    Officials were at a loss to explain how a 53-year-old Glendale woman drove her Mercedes about a mile up a concrete Verdugo Wash channel Thursday before barreling to a stop just short of an 8-foot drop-off into the L.A. River. The woman, whom police...
  • For the Record

    The A1 story on Friday headlined “Mercedes goes awash” incorrectly attributed the decision to use a crane to extract the sedan to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The decision was made by Glendale police and public works officials.    
  • Woman who drove Mercedes up Verdugo Wash won't face charges

    Woman who drove Mercedes up Verdugo Wash won't face charges
    The Glendale woman who drove her Mercedes up the Verdugo Wash at freeway speeds Thursday before getting trapped in the concrete-lined waterway will not face criminal charges because she broke no laws, officials said. The 53-year-old woman, whom police...
  • Army Corps' oyster restoration meeting April 17 in Hampton

    Army Corps' oyster restoration meeting April 17 in Hampton
    Got something to say about oyster restoration in Virginia? Maybe you just want the latest news on the mollusk? If so, mark April 17 in your calendar. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public meeting from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Thomas Nelson...
  • Study eyes Chesapeake Bay pollution threat from dams

    Two weeks after Tropical Storm Lee flushed millions of tons of mud into the Chesapeake Bay, state and federal officials announced Tuesday they are launching a study of how to protect the estuary from sediment and other pollutants building up behind dams...