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Still upset over the devilish connotations of Mount Diablo, an Oakley man has yet again petitioned a federal agency to rename Contra Costa's signature peak. This time he wants to rename the 3,849-foot-high mountain after the 40th president of the United States â€” Ronald Wilson Reagan.
600,000 acre-feet is a lot of water.Â Itâ€™s just about a yearâ€™s supply of water for the City of Los Angeles.Â Youâ€™d think that a tool that provides this much water in California during a third consecutive dry year would...
In his January 25th post, an attorney for the ultra-right wing Pacific Legal Foundation accused my colleague of ignoring the Constitution, claiming that the water cutbacks to protect Californiaâ€™s threatened native fish are â€œdevoid of constitutional authority.â€Â Interesting thought â€“...
AP - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it will investigate a cluster of birth defects in a central California town near the largest toxic-waste dump in the West.
A group of utilities in southern California plan to shift 54 megawatts worth of electricity use from peak times using ice-powered air conditioners from Ice Energy.
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, BMW, MINIMini E - Click above for high-res image galleryOn the same day that BMW released the results of a study conducted by University of California - Davis on driver's experiences with the Mini E, the New York Times takes another look at the disappointing cold weather performance experienced by many of the test drivers. The UC-Davis study talked to 57 of the 450 driv...
California's animals have a new reason to wag their tails -- legislators have formed a caucus focused on animal rights and protection issues.
Some residents blame a nearby toxic waste dump for health problems. U.S. says the study shows the Obama administration's commitment to environmental justice.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday that it plans to investigate a cluster of facial birth defects and other health issues among migrant farm workers in the impoverished California enclave of Kettleman City as part of the ...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has urged residents not to feed the birds, saying it will further disrupt their migration pattern.
An expert in California's delta told a panel of the National Academies of Sciences on Sunday that their decisions about the largest estuary on the West Coast could alter how Californians use water.California - West Coast of the United States - West Coast - United States - Organizations