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Teen arrested in connection with shooting of man found dead in vehicle in Green Valley Ranch 18.6.2019 Denver Post: Local
Denver police arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of another man found in a vehicle in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood.
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Colorado man gets life in prison without parole in shooting death of teen 16.6.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
A Colorado judge has sentenced a man to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 2017 shooting death of a 17-year-old girl.
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Pilot of vintage warplane killed in Santa Susana Mountains crash near Porter Ranch 16.6.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

The pilot of a vintage warplane was killed Saturday when he crashed in the Santa Susana Mountains near Porter Ranch, authorities said.

A Los Angeles Fire Department rescue helicopter responded to an alert about a plane down in the area about 2:40 p.m., officials said. The crash site was in remote...

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Man found dead in car in Green Valley Ranch; police investigating as a homicide 15.6.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
An adult male was found dead in his car around 1:45 a.m. in a parking lot near the 18600 block of Green Valley Ranch Boulevard.
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These luxe places take the ‘ugh’ out of camping 14.6.2019 LA Times: Commentary

Glamping — glamorous camping — allows you to enjoy the outdoors with some of the same amenities you would find in a hotel room. Instead of pitching a tent and hopping into a sleeping bag, you can rest on a comfy mattress and even take a hot shower, all while being close to nature. Here are six...

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Mountain biking trails that’ll get you home in time for dinner 13.6.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Want to go for a ride but still be back in time for dinner? Here's where you should go.
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Escapes: The joy of uninvited guests who come along for the ride 13.6.2019 LA Times: Commentary

Not long after he left Santa Cruz Island, Christopher Reynolds realized he had company. They came seemingly out of nowhere.

Reynolds had just completed his reporting on Santa Cruz, one of the five Channel Islands, when dozens of them showed up.

As cute as bunnies’ ears, dolphins escorted his boat...

Historic Tejon Ranch opens lodgings to California visitors 11.6.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Tejon Ranch, one of L.A.’s historic ranches and the largest contiguous expanse of privately owned land in California, is open for overnight stays.

Guests who want to hike, mountain bike, fish or just kick back and explore its 270,000 acres — and are willing to pay at least $1,000 a night — can...

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Why the US-China trade war is leaving firms vulnerable to soy risk 10.6.2019 Resource Efficiency |
China's growing demand for soy is leaving billions of dollars of investments exposed to deforestation risks, CDP report finds.
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On Santa Cruz, California’s largest island, foxes play and a traffic jam is 6 kayaks 9.6.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Before I tell you about my glorious solitude on Santa Cruz Island, let’s be clear that there is some congestion among the coastal cliffs and grassy hills.

For instance, if there’s a sea caves tour, you might see half a dozen folks dragging yellow plastic vessels into the shallows, all at once....

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He feared being stung by wasps and accidentally started California’s biggest fire 8.6.2019 LA Times: Commentary

All he wanted to do was plug up a wasp nest because he’s allergic to bees and worried about being stung.

It was a hot day. The rancher in the Northern California hamlet of Potter Valley walked into a bed of waist-high cured grassland, driving a stake into the ground. That created a spark that grew...

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How regenerative land and livestock management practices can sequester carbon 7.6.2019 Business Operations |
General Mills' CSO on how animal agriculture can be regenerative, too.
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New Colorado ag commissioner sets priorities, starting with supporting the next generation of farmers 4.6.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Kate Greenberg, Colorado's first female agriculture commissioner, has made supporting the next generation of farmers and ranchers one of her top priorities.
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An L.A. City Council seat is up for grabs in the San Fernando Valley 4.6.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

In Chatsworth, Porter Ranch and other northwestern parts of the San Fernando Valley, voters are headed to the polls Tuesday to decide who should fill a coveted seat on the Los Angeles City Council.

Fifteen candidates are vying for the job after former councilman Mitchell Englander stepped down...

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Amid complex web of Denver-area school security, Douglas County has fewest police officers by student population 2.6.2019 Denver Post: Local
It isn’t clear if an on-campus police officer or additional security would have made a difference at STEM School, but the tragedy highlighted how school security in the Denver area depends on an intricate patchwork of agreements between law enforcement agencies and school districts, which often help cover the costs of officers’ salaries.
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Dishing Dirt with Anjelica Huston: The home that ‘Prizzi’s Honor’ bought 31.5.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

The topic is gardening, the day is easy and bright, but being this close to Oscar-winning actress Anjelica Huston feels slightly ... well, dangerous.

Maybe it’s her Cheshire cat smile. Or her wide, seemingly all-seeing eyes. Or maybe it’s just because Huston has played so many badass characters:...

Good news and new tools to help companies fight against global deforestation 30.5.2019 Energy & Climate |
Three ways to move towards a forest-positive future.
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What Trump Could Learn From the Only State Legislator Who Actually Lives on the Mexico Border 29.5.2019 Mother Jones
It was two weeks into Donald Trump’s “national emergency,” and Poncho Nevárez was on high alert. As Nevárez trod a path toward the Rio Grande on a Saturday morning in March, his cowboy boots swishing through the wet grass, the 46-year-old Democratic state representative from Eagle Pass, Texas, was in the middle of explaining, again, […]
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A different Oregon unfolds in the wild, wild East 26.5.2019 LA Times: Commentary

I do it every time: overschedule a visit to Portland, Ore. Leave it to a New Yorker to make one of the country’s most laid-back cities seem like a giant escape room with a gantlet of back-to-back appointments.

Thankfully, I saved time for a vacation afterward.

I craved a respite where I could withdraw....

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The 15 things to do in L.A. before the end of summer 24.5.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

According to the calendar, summer starts June 21 and ends Sept. 23. But for most people, the season actually begins on Memorial Day weekend and ends with the arrival of Labor Day, a 101-day period that holds the promise of adventure, discovery and the renewal of decades-old rituals. More important,...

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