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Articles from the January 14, 2017 edition

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Nuclear Powered Greenland Shark Lives 430 Years After Exposure to US Radioactive Waste

A secret buried under the Greenland ice sheet could satisfy man's eternal quest for immortality. Like so many of science's great discovery (photography, alcohol, electricity, viagra), the discovery...

 

Sequioa Tree With Tunnel Through It Is Victim of California's Latest Storm

The iconic Pioneer Cabin Tree, also known as "The Tunnel Tree", fell during a rainstorm on January 7, 2017. Since it was first hollowed out in imitation of Yosemite's Wawona Tunnel Tree, thousands of...

 

Bobcat 332 Dies of Mange Brought on by Rat Poison, in Santa Monica Mountains

"We are sad to report that another wild cat has died in the Simi Valley area," said Zachary Behrens of the National Park Service, in a press release to the Santa Monica Observer Newspaper. "Bobcat...

 

Car Runs Red Light, Collides With Expo Line Train Late Sunday Morning

Some people just can't wait for the train to pass. 7th Street was closed to traffic at Colorado Blvd late Sunday morning, as a result of a train v. car collision. A Westbound Expo line train passing...

 

Joseph Lawrence Selected as Interim Santa Monica City Attorney

The City Council has chosen Assistant City Attorney Joseph Lawrence to serve as Interim City Attorney after the retirement of Marsha Jones Moutrie last month. Joe has been with the City Attorney's Off...

 

Martin Rubin Says "My Efforts to Organize Anti Airport Protest Have Been Hijacked."

Update: This e mail just in "Regarding the planned February 4th protest: As director of Concerned Residents Against Airport Pollution, please understand that Jonathan Stein is attempting to hijack my...

 

Nat'l Weather Service Issues Flood, Debris Warning for Southern California

Noon Sunday 1/08/2016: Flash flooding and mud and debris flows possible for recent burn areas of southwestern California this evening through Monday morning. Locally, rain is expected to start around...

 

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