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California's First Human Case of West Nile Virus This Year Confirmed

The victim, a 70-year-old woman from Kern County, was hospitalized but is recovering.
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Devils Postpile, Red Meadow Valley May Reopen By July 4th

The late-season opening is due to a massive windstorm that struck the state last November.
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California Calls No Child Left Behind 'Unworkable,' Asks for Relief

California wants to use its own accountability system to improve schools rather than to abide by federally required policies from No Child Left Behind.
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West Coast Preparing For Japan Tsunami Debris

The West Cost is bracing itself for debris from the devastating tsunami that hit Japan more than a year ago.
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3 L.A. City Council Members Want California to Ban Fracking

The debate about hydraulic fracking has come to Los Angeles.
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Heat Prompts Warnings in Low Desert Areas

Residents of low desert areas in Riverside County are being told to take care as temperatures are expected to hit and stay in the triple digits over the next week.
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Villaraigosa Appoints New City Librarian

The former director of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library has been appointed to be L.A.'s City Librarian -- the highest post of the Los Angeles Public Library -- by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
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Rock Fall Risk Study Leads to Closures at Yosemite National Park

Popular visitor lodging areas in Yosemite Valley will be closed permanently.
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New Visitor Center Opens in Santa Monica Mountains (Photos)

The new visitor and recreation center is now open to hikers, cyclists, and other lovers of the great outdoors.
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Mountain Lion Shot and Killed in Santa Monica Had Unique DNA, Was Not An Exotic Pet

The mountain lion that wandered into downtown Santa Monica and was fatally shot last month was a young male genetically linked to a local population and was not an exotic pet, according to the National Park Service.
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