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US & Canada · Malibu
4.2 magnitude earthquake strikes off Malibu coast, USGS says
A preliminary-magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck near the coast of Malibu early Wednesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.See the Story
37% Left coverage: 30 sources
Local water agencies allocated more water
The latest rain storms have made a dent in filling reservoirs prompting the State Water Project to allocate more water to local agencies. Deliveries from northern California could increase to 30-percent, up from just 5-percent in recent months when reservoirs were near deadpool conditions. Officials emphasize the drought though is not over.See the Story
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On the Calendar
Mendocino County has an up-to-date COVID-19 information site, including business resources. Every Friday (weather permitting) from 11-4 p.m., the Fort Bragg Food Bank crew of staff and volunteers will be out front at 910 North Franklin Street sorting clothing for the Friday Free Clothing Pop-Up Swap. The 12th annual Festival of Lights will run each Friday and Sunday evening from November 25 through December 18.See the Story
54% Right coverage: 13 sources
LETTERS to the Editor: Week of December 8
The Republican Party has become the party of hate-filled white trash, writes Mary Jo Venditti. New York dispensaries will be allowed to sell tobacco, candy, food and soda along with cannabis products. The war in Ukraine must be fought and total victory achieved, writes Eileen Zampella.See the Story
43% Center coverage: 28 sources
2022 Cary Christmas Parade
39% Center coverage: 43 sources
US & Canada
Where to find sandbags ahead of Nicole, nor’easter
Brevard County Public Works and the Brevard County Sheriff's Office are offering 10 free sandbags per vehicle until 6 p.m. Tuesday. The National Hurricane Center predicts Nicole will approach or reach Category 1 hurricane intensity by Wednesday or Wednesday night. Brevard Public Schools and Eastern Florida State College canceled all activities, events, and programs Wednesday and Thursday.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 10 sources
Deer Creek · Deer Creek
Deer Creek property saved from future development by Trust for Public Land
A new day came to the area known as Deer Creek back on Nov. 4, when the nonprofit conservation group Trust for Public Land announced it had purchased the property for about $25 million with the intention of transferring it to the adjacent Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SMMNRA, operated by the National Park Service) — one of its largest local acquisitions ever.See the Story