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(dailynews.com) The first draft of a years-long awaited clean-up plan for the Santa Susana Field Laboratory has drawn concern from Los Angeles city and county officials as they wade through the mor(more..)


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(latimes.com) The 210 Freeway was reopened and all evacuation orders were lifted Sunday evening as firefighters were assisted by cooler temperatures and brief showers in their battle against the 7,(more..)


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(dailynews.com) County firefighters battled a small brushfire in Acton that scorched between 10 and 13 acres of grass Sunday, according to a dispatch supervisor.

The fire near the northboun(more..)


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(dailynews.com) A heat wave continues in the Southland this weekend, creating an “elevated fire danger” that will extend into next week, according to forecasters.

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(dailynews.com) The last few days in Southern California could probably best be described as pleasant, with lower than normal temperatures and marine layer-covered skies, but those conditions will (more..)


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(dailynews.com) If you thought summer was off to an insanely hot start, you’d be right.

Meteorologists already are comparing it to the record-crushing summer of 2006. And they say tem(more..)


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Sacramento - Senator Scott Wilk, R-Antelope Valley, voted against the cap-and-trade legislation passed by the Senate today. Wilk issued the following statement:

"California is the sixth lar(more..)


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(dailynews.com) Heat records may have been broken Saturday and the mercury is set to climb above 100 today – but don’t despair, meteorologists say.

A pleasant cool-down is expec(more..)


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(dailynews.com) At first the heat wave was kind of cool. It was the talk of the town.

But at this point in a brutally hot week it’s just no longer cool. Talk is turning to when the st(more..)


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(latimes.com) Dawn was a little more than an hour away on Saturday morning, when a small band of naturalists gathered beneath the boughs of a grove of gnarled oaks in