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5-lb. Kokanee salmon breaks 1973 record at Lake Tahoe

A California man has landed the biggest Kokanee salmon ever caught at Lake Tahoe, breaking a record that stood for four decades.Full story

Mother killed after daughter hits her with watercraft

A mother was killed yesterday at Lake Tahoe after her daughter hit her while they were both riding watercraft, according to National Department of Wildlife. Full story

Remote Control Submarine to Explore Lake Tahoe

(KCRA)  Gordon Seitz, an earthquake expert with the California Geological Survey, expressed excitement about a first-of-its-kind exploration taking place below the surface of Lake Tahoe on Thursday."Oh yeah, there's not too many chances to get that new discovery," Seitz said.Seitz said a specially d Full story

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  Exploration of Lake Tahoe’s fault lines

Researchers from Northern Illinois University send a submarine to the bottom of Lake Tahoe to survey the risks of a future earthquake and tsunami. The mission is also serving as a trial run for a possible exploration of Antarctica’s aquatic environment. KCRA’s Mike TeSelle reports.

  Peek inside homes of John McCain, Annie Liebovitz

TODAY real estate contributor Barbara Corcoran shows off some celebrity homes currently for sale, including John McCain’s property in Phoenix, Ariz., and photographer Annie Liebovitz’s home in New York City’s West Village.

  Lake Tahoe invaded by non-native giant goldfish

California’s Lake Tahoe is one of the country’s most beautiful and clearest lakes, but scientists are becoming alarmed that it may be threatened by warm-water giant goldfish that are thriving as the lake has gotten warmer over the past decades. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports.

  Mutant goldfish discovered in Lake Tahoe

Scientists believe the massive goldfish may be the result of aquarium dumping, and could threaten the ecosystem of the lake. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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