Heir to a massive oil fortune, Andrew Getty, circumstances surrounding his death — accident or no? — have not yet been released.
Hardy beetles and an ensuing drought threaten to worsen the die-off of California forests. Residents and scientists are fearful of living in a tinderbox, “it’s like a can of gasoline everywhere.”
Millenials feel so blessed at the free-form wellness exercises at the California-based Full Circle group.
Supporters of California’s so-called right-to-die legislation say a change is desperately needed to give the terminally ill greater control.
Peak demand for electricity rarely coincides with the brightest sunshine or the strongest winds, so finding a way to store clean power and deliver it when needed will be critical as California relies more on renewable energy.
There appears to be nothing that can stop a proposed initiative submitted by a Huntington Beach attorney that would authorize the killing of gays and lesbians by “bullets to the head” — or “any other convenient method” — from getting on the ballot.
In winter, the landscape of Death Valley takes on a brooding, almost vulnerable presence, far removed from the fiery malevolence of summer