As temperatures rose this past weekend, so did the wildfire activity. State agency CAL FIRE today reported that over 2,200 firefighters from various agencies are battling major blazes across the Golden State.
Of all days an Interior Secretary could choose to green-light a controversial, 4,000-acre industrial solar "farm" that would be surrounded on three sides by the park, yesterday -- Joshua Tree's 75th Birthday -- is the day Ken Salazar picked.
This month's breaking news from the Central Mojave: The Pisgah Crater, a cinder cone two miles south of Interstate 40 near Ludlow, California that has likely been dormant for at least 20,000 years, is not erupting.
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