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  • ... to understand earthquakes a bit more. Or maybe even appreciate them. [scald=54280:kl_image_original_context {"additionalClasses":""}]The 5.1-magnitude La Habra earthquake on March 29 demonstrated the typical average-sized ... survive in the long run. Appreciating earthquakes does not mean we morbidly revel in casualties, of course. Deaths and injuries ...
  • ... she was born in Riverside. She's a part of that place and its stories. Because she is, Straight says there are two kinds of people: ... tragedies of place and class and race. She still does , because tragedies and almost victories are the stories of her neighbors ...
  • ... over the last 25 years. The Philippines did the same with its five-ton stockpile a few months earlier. Most recently, China and France joined in. In the wake of these events , the Obama administration today announced a sweeping initiative to ...
  • ... work anyway. But whenever the topic of the Antelope Valley does come up between my parents and I -- from watching space shuttle landings ... Reserve, the neighborhood seems more interesting than its apparent desolateness would suggest. Just west of the poppies is the ...
  • The premiere episode, " Wild L.A .," unwraps the complicated relationship between the city and its natural environment. The program explores the origin of the Santa Ana ...
  • ... regretted it , especially when the lion started showing its teeth. It was then that the lion would end up on Tippi's doorstep. ... visits and receive access to exclusive membership events and behind-the-scenes tours. Wildlife Waystation Living in Southern ...
  • A breakdown of treated human waste in Los Angeles: Where does it go and how is it used? ... like wheat and corn, which are fed to livestock and zoo animals . But the Green Acres farm accounts for only about 80 percent of ... Beginning six years ago, L.A . embarked on a first-of- its -kind, experimental project to pump biosolids into emptied oil and gas ...
  • ... workers kill about 90,000 coyotes a year, a figure that does not include occasional freelance efforts by erstwhile GOP presidential ... their family together at the beginning of the hunt, or at its end - and it also provides some measure of territory marking, as ...
  • ... Southern California, but as humankind has gradually staked its claim on this land, wild animals are greatly seen as a nuisance. ... Native American era, and, as the fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits have shown us, even in our pre-history. But as humankind has ...
  • ... cats, sometimes known as strays, actually exist, but the LA Dept. of Animal Services guesses there may be as many as three million ... the city from funding neuter and release programs, it does not prevent individuals and organizations from doing so on their ...

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