Warm weather, gusty offshore winds and low humidity will elevate fire danger in Southern California
For whom the belly tolls.
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The ancestors of vampire squid started trawling deep, oxygen-poor waters around 30 million years ago, a long-lost fossil rediscovery reveals.
After two decades of advocacy and setbacks, the grass-roots movement to take down four dams in the Klamath River Basin is close to success.
A Sonoma County park's wildlife cameras caught deer, bobcat, jackrabbit and other critters returning to an area devastated by fire.
Joe Biden wants to reach 100% clean energy by 2035. But activists are worried he'll choose Ernest Moniz for Energy secretary.
One of the main threats to the endangered North Atlantic right whale is lobster-fishing rope, but there is hope in new ropeless technology. (Image credit: Eve Zuckoff/WCAI)
Scientists have little understanding of the role fishes play in the global carbon cycle linked to climate change, but a study found that carbon in feces, respiration and other excretions from fishes - roughly 1.65 billion tons annually - make