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2 Northern California zoos closed, reeling from storm aftermath

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Intense weather has pummeled California since late December, with heavy rains and high winds leading to flooding, landslides, downed trees and other damage across the state. The storms have caused the deaths of at least 18 people so far, and at a news conference Tuesday, California Governor Gavin Newsom said the number of fatalities is likely to grow.
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2 Northern California zoos closed, reeling from storm aftermath

Stormy weather has forced both the Sacramento Zoo and the Micke Grove Zoo in San Joaquin County to close as they deal with damages and safety risks.

3 months ago·Sacramento, United States
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California Reeling From Extreme Storms With Three More on the Way

The severe weather has caused flooding, landslides, evacuations and at least 18 deaths

2 months ago·United States
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Storm Battered California Getting Some Help From Wisconsin

GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - WPS and WE Energies have announced that a crew of about 50 workers has been sent to Cal...

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