Rosanna Xia

Los Angeles Times

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Waters off the California Coast are acidifying twice as fast as the global average, and humans are to blame. That’s according to a new    study   .

Ocean acidity off California coast is decimating marine life

Waters off the California Coast are acidifying twice as fast as the global average, and humans are to blame. That’s according to a new study .

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It's now safe to visit Disneyland. But, from December 17-20,  that's were America's latest epidemic of measles got under way .

Southern California Gripped By Measles Outbreak

It's now safe to visit Disneyland. But, from December 17-20, that's were America's latest epidemic of measles got under way .

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California’s state geologist has dealt another blow to the skyscraper that would be the biggest development in the history of Hollywood, and the tallest.  He says part of Millennium…

Geologist Says Hollywood Project Sits on Quake Fault

California’s state geologist has dealt another blow to the skyscraper that would be the biggest development in the history of Hollywood, and the tallest.  He says part of Millennium…

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