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Where Has All the Water From the UCLA Flood Gone?
The millions of gallons of water that gushed from a city pipe near UCLA is now lost to L.A.'s drought-stricken drinking supply, an expert says.
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Bear Bolts Through Smoke-Filled California Forest
A photo distributed by the Madera County Sheriff's department shows a bear running through smoke in Sierra National Forest, Calif., on Tuesday.
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Eat Crow: New Season's Rules Say Utah Hunters Must
Wildlife enthusiasts failed Tuesday to block Utah's first-ever crow hunt and many find it hard to believe hunters will dine on crow.
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And You Thought Your Beach Was Crowded
The Brazilian town of Salinopolis welcomes an estimated 280,000 visitors during the month of July.
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Acidic Ocean Means Trouble for King Crab: Study
A more-acidic ocean could have a dramatic effect on king crab populations and hurt Alaskan communities dependent on them -- not to mention consumers.
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Drought-Shaming Apps Target California Water Wasters
As one of the worst droughts in California's history drags on, people start getting snippy on their smartphones.
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Scientist Studies Wave of Frog Deaths (in His Pond)
For a biology professor to watch 200,000 wood frog tadpoles die is bad enough, but it was even worse to watch them die in his own pond.
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Coral Damage Goes Deeper in Gulf Oil Spill Zone
A survey of coral surrounding the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows that it had a wider effect than scientists thought four years ago.
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Trees Save More Than 850 Lives a Year: Study
A new study by U.S. Forest Service researchers puts a hard number on the value of trees to human health.
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