Julie Cart

Los Angeles Times

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Pulitzer Prize-winning environmental staff reporter at the Los Angeles Times, specializing in public lands and endangered species

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The Getty fire, which broke out near the 405 freeway early this morning, has burned more than 600 acres and forced many residents to evacuate.

The latest on the Getty fire and how bad it could get

The Getty fire, which broke out near the 405 freeway early this morning, has burned more than 600 acres and forced many residents to evacuate.

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More than 100 thousand gallons of oil may have spilled in this week’s pipeline rupture in Santa Barbara.

Cleanup Efforts are Underway in the Santa Barbara Oil Spill

More than 100 thousand gallons of oil may have spilled in this week’s pipeline rupture in Santa Barbara.

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California has voted to give endangered species protection to the grey wolf, despite the fact that no grey wolves currently live in the state.

Grey Wolves Endangered

California has voted to give endangered species protection to the grey wolf, despite the fact that no grey wolves currently live in the state.

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