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How big is the threat posed by the new coronavirus from China? Here’s a look at what experts know as the outbreak spreads.
As China urged people in Wuhan to avoid crowds, the WHO tries to figure out whether the coronavirus outbreak should be declared a global emergency.
Health officials around the world are keeping a close watch on an outbreak of a virus in China. Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus.
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There are 5,500 orphaned wells statewide, most of them in L.A. and Long Beach. Thousands more are unproductive and could add to the state’s liability.
Three gray whales have died on their recent southbound journey along the West Coast, prompting fears of another year of strandings and questions about what is imperiling the creatures.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has pilloried the utility, whose plan to emerge from bankruptcy needs approval by the California Public Utilities Commission, where Newsom has substantial influence.
Trump’s move to soften fuel-economy and emissions standards “will lead to vehicles that are neither safer, nor more affordable or fuel efficient,” a Democratic leader says.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management announced it wants to transform 22,000 acres of public land in the southern Owens Valley into one of the largest geothermal leasing sites in the state.
There’s so much to do in the Southern California garden right now, such as creating water-saving berms -- called hügel berms -- in your backyard.
Federal authorities in three U.S. airports will begin screening travelers arriving from Wuhan, China, for signs they may be infected with a new coronavirus spreading in Asia.
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