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Over the past 20 years, Americans have been twice as likely to sweat through record-breaking heat rather than shiver through record-setting cold, a new Associated Press data analysis shows. The AP looked at 424 weather stations throughout the Lower 48 states that had consistent temperature records since 1920…
via Hot Records Fell Twice as Often as Cold Ones in Past 20 Years, AP Analysis Shows — KTLA
Two mountain lion cubs found in a Half Moon Bay neighborhood were picked up this week, authorities said. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a tweet that its personnel rescued the animals and took them to the Oakland Zoo for treatment.
via 2 Mountain Lion Kittens Rescued After Being Found in Half Moon Bay Neighborhood — KTLA
When he took the job 15 years ago, Horry County Emergency Manager Randy Webster figured his biggest disasters would be wind and surge rolling over his county’s beaches, South Carolina’s top tourist destination. Instead, his worries have shifted inland, where rivers overflowing their banks have caused two massive floods in three years…
via Earth’s Warming Climate Means More Heavy Rainfall Over Short Periods of Time, Scientists Say — KTLA
An American trophy hunter has sparked outrage after reportedly paying $110,000 for a permit to kill a rare mountain goat in Pakistan, before posing with the dead animal after the hunt.
via ‘Pleased to Take This Trophy’: American Hunter Pays $110,000 to Kill Rare Mountain Goat in Pakistan — KTLA
Projects in the X Moonshot Factory often graduate to independent companies within the Alphabet umbrella. Other times they leaves the research lab without any affiliation, as was the case with Dandelion Energy. GV and Comcast Ventures today announced a $16 million investment in the geothermal-based home heating and cooling solution. more…
via GV invests in Dandelion Energy after geothermal heating/cooling startup spun out from Alphabet — 9to5Google
The fatal shooting of a young mountain lion in Northern California that was part of a research project has set off angry criticism and left a family defending its actions. The Press Democrat reports Tuesday the mountain lion was trapped last week and fitted with an electronic collar as part of an Audubon Canyon Ranch research project.…
via NorCal Family Defends Decision to Fatally Shoot Young Mountain Lion After the Killing Sparks Outcry — KTLA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Eighteen million trees have died in California since the fall of 2017, even as the state emerged from a years-long drought, according to the USDA Forest Service. Federal and state officials say that tree mortality in the state has actually slowed since the drought was declared over in 2017-2018…
via 18 Million Trees Died In California Since End Of Drought — CBS Los Angeles