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  • Rattlesnake encounters spike amid prolonged warm weather

    Rattlesnake encounters spike amid prolonged warm weather
    As if Angelenos didn't have enough to worry about as above-normal temperatures and tinder-dry landscapes produce extreme fire danger, experts on Tuesday warned that the warm weather has led to greater exposure to rattlesnakes. The reasons are twofold:...
  • Climate change's effect here: More severe weather, higher crop yields

    Climate change's effect here: More severe weather, higher crop yields
    Climate change is expected to bring more severe weather, increased crop yields and a longer Great Lakes shipping season to Illinois and the Midwest, the White House said Tuesday in its report on global warming. The report, which called out the region...
  • Arizona wildfire only 5% contained, but weather forecast brings hope

    Fire officials in Arizona said increasing humidity Friday is helping their battle against a wildfire that has ravaged a popular sightseeing destination and put several thousand residents on edge, prepared for evacuation if the wind turns on the blaze....
  • Health warning issued for Frederick lake

    Health warning issued for Frederick lake
    Visitors to Cunningham Falls State Park are being warned by the Frederick County Health Department that swimming, wading or splashing at Hunting Creek Lake could make them sick. Heavy rainfall and storm-water runoff have affected the lake's water...
  • Strong April jobs report also contains warning signs on labor market

    The unexpectedly strong job creation in April was a welcome sign to economists that slow hiring over the winter appeared to be related to severe weather and not a harbinger of another downturn in the uneven recovery. But the economy probably can't...
  • Johnny Clegg is back with stories — and a stripped-down sound

    In the midst of a sold-out stop on the most extensive North American tour of his career, South African musician Johnny Clegg is reminiscing about his first national tour of his native country more than three decades ago. That was back in the bad old...
  • A house where come-and-go is a constant and it snows wiffle balls

    There are still signs of life in this old house. The basketball nesting in the sunny new mums. The scratches the dog leaves on the front door, where he paws to get in every time someone starts to cook bacon. In the bathroom, there is toothpaste where...
  • Does the term 'apartheid' fit Israel? Of course it does.

     Does the term 'apartheid' fit Israel? Of course it does.
    The storm of controversy after Secretary of State John F. Kerry's warning that Israel risked becoming an "apartheid state" reminded us once again that facts, data and the apparently tedious details of international law often seem to have little bearing on...
  • Heavy smoke from brush fires sparks health warnings across region

    Heavy smoke from brush fires sparks health warnings across region
    As weary firefighters battled stubborn brush fires for a fourth day Friday, billowing black smoke drifted northward, causing health warnings throughout much of Southern California. By mid-afternoon, the air hanging stagnantly over Los Angeles was...
  • Strong winds expected in Southern California starting Sunday evening

    Strong winds expected in Southern California starting Sunday evening
    Forecasters are warning of gusty winds across parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties starting Sunday night, urging drivers to be careful of sudden crosswinds. The Santa Ana winds are expected to last through midday Monday, with the strongest winds...
  • Want to flee? Here's what you should know

    If you want to evacuate, where should you go? Emergency managers urge residents if possible to hunker down in their own county – at least five to 10 miles inland. If you leave, you risk getting stuck in traffic, running out of gas or being chased...