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La Luna Súper

Sandra Ramos O’Briant | Posted 10.12.2014 | Fifty
Sandra Ramos O’Briant

At midnight on Sunday, whoops it's already Monday! we said our goodbyes. Backlit by a spectral Super Moon, our shadows stretched long. Hugs all around, even though most of us had just met, in the dark, in a burned out flat in Angeles National Forest.

'Meatball' The Bear Moving To Colorado?

Posted 08.31.2012 | Denver

Sometimes a "small smackerel" can land bears in a heap of trouble. A 400-pound California bear nicknamed "Meatball" and the "Glen Bearian" is bein...

Stop Trying To Hike To This Waterfall!

The Huffington Post | Lucy Blodgett | Posted 04.19.2012 | Los Angeles

Would you risk your life for a waterfall? Hikers visiting Eaton Canyon in the Angeles National Forest have been for more than a decade, and now the Co...

Black Plague In L.A.? Squirrel Tests Positive At

KTLA | KTLA News | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Alamos Campground in the Angeles National Forest has been shut down after a squirrel captured there tested positive for plague....

Burn Areas Brace For Downpours | Jack Leonard and Rich Connell | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles

As showers sprinkled Southern California on Sunday, residents near burn areas spent the day fortifying their homes and waiting nervously as weather fo...

10 Things Los Angeles Lost In 2009 | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles

It was another rough year for farewells in Los Angeles, where frequently there's truth to that old cliche that nothing here is ever permanent. A fe...

Angeles Crest Highway Reopens: A Bittersweet Trip Through The Barren San Gabriel Mountains

Lorraine Roe | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
Lorraine Roe

Just three months after the devastating Station fire scorched 160,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest, one of the main roads through the mountains is now open.

A Clockwork Apocalypse: The Southern California Wildfire

Chris McGowan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Chris McGowan

Can we change our land-use patterns and fire-safety behavior to avoid tragic deaths and property loss during these wildfires, and reduce the millions of dollars spent fighting them?