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Atmospheric River Brings Rain and Flooding Threat to California

Rain from an atmospheric river was falling in parts of California early Monday, as a new storm began to test the state’s preparedness weeks after a deadly deluge caused power outages and destructive mudslides. Flood watches were in effect for millions of people, mostly in California, through Wednesday as the possibility of thunderstorms, strong winds…

6 Killed in Helicopter Crash in California, Officials Say

A helicopter carrying six people crashed and caught on fire on Friday night near the California-Nevada border, killing all of those aboard, the authorities said. The Federal Aviation Administration said that the Eurocopter EC130 helicopter crashed at around 10 p.m. local time near Nipton, Calif., an unincorporated community about 60 miles south of Las Vegas…

Southern California Braces for Potential Mudslides as Rain Continues

A ferocious atmospheric river storm that has battered California for days began to taper off in Los Angeles on Tuesday, but officials warned that even small amounts of additional precipitation could set off landslides in rain-drenched Southern California. Between Sunday and Tuesday morning, the storm dumped record-breaking amounts of rain on the Los Angeles basin…

Southern California Faces ‘High Risk’ of Excessive Rain and Flooding

Parts of Southwest California on Sunday braced for heavy rains — potentially as much as an inch an hour — that could lead to life-threatening floods, officials said, prompting evacuation orders in some places and at least one school district to cancel classes for Monday. The Weather Prediction Center issued a rare “high risk” prediction…

In California, the Number of Monarch Butterflies Has Dropped by 30 Percent

Every fall, monarch butterflies from west of the Rocky Mountains start arriving in California to wait out the winter. The orange and black insects are closely monitored, because the number of western monarchs that come to California each year has dropped precipitously since the 1980s, when it was common to see millions annually. This past…

This California Librarian Wants Everyone to Experience ‘Library Joy’

However relevant the stereotypical, silence-enforcing librarian remains in the popular imagination, Mychal Threets wants to dispel any lingering notion of the library as a dry, humorless place, lorded over by rigid pedants. In fact, Mr. Threets has leveraged the power of social media to show that the public library is as joy-inspiring as it is…

Appeals Court Allows California Ban on Guns in Most Public Places to Take Effect

A federal appeals court on Saturday allowed California’s ban on the carrying of firearms in most public places to take effect in 2024, halting a lower court judge’s ruling that had blocked enforcement of the law. The state law, Senate Bill 2, sets several restrictions on gun ownership, and Gov. Gavin Newsom approved it in…