Mountain HighMay the next New Yorker who says we don't get real weather in Southern California get struck by a tree branch the size of Albert Pujols' forearm. Sorry to get violent about it. But really, after Windopolypse earlier this month we're just getting started. It's not even officiall ... More >>
Who dies in Los Angeles, and why, when the earth quakes on the San Andreas Fault?
Las Vegas SunView of the fire from those lucky enough to already be in Vegas.Updated after the jump: The 15 South will reportedly be closed all night. The northbound lanes are open, but moving like molasses. Your Vegas trip: Officially a bust. Originally posted at 3:50 p.m. All those early b ... More >>
Just one hitch: You have to drive to Victorville
A not-so-secret crime spree is alleged.Sometimes the sexy factor at Victoria's Secret drives us a little crazy too. But this is just nuts. Authorities in San Bernardino say a 31-year-old woman spotted taking items from a Victoria's Secret in Victorville went on a crime spree that included an ... More >>
A battle in the desert over territory and resources, starring hard-shelled refugees, burger-loving insurgents and a couple of dazed road warriors
One manís journey to the end of the Colorado River
Will Californias own wild mustangs ever return to Coyote Canyon? Should they?
The environmental destruction wrought by the vice presidentís secret energy plan
The Center for Biological Diversity cares as much about the unarmored threespine stickleback as it does a cathedral forest of trees, which is why it is reinventing the environmental movement and could be saving Southern California in the process.
How a lousy lawyer landed Stephen Wayne Anderson on Death Row