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Tsunami Could Hit California, But Not Like in ‘San Andreas’ Quake Movie – NBCNews.com

Phys.Org Tsunami Could Hit California, But Not Like in 'San Andreas' Quake MovieNBCNews.comA new study calls attention to the tsunami hazard posed by a little-understood jumble of seafloor faults off the coast of Southern California — just in time to ride the wave of hype generated by the big-budget disaster movie "San Andreas." The study's …Little-known quake,... 

California Beaches to Remain Closed After Oily Goo Washes Up – ABC News

CNN California Beaches to Remain Closed After Oily Goo Washes UpABC NewsA 7-mile stretch of Southern California coastline where globs of oily goo washed ashore will remain closed until officials determine the water is safe for swimmers and surfers, authorities said Friday. The popular beaches on Santa Monica Bay will stay …Tar balls wash up on California's Manhattan Beach; officials... 

Timeline of the California oil spill and response – Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UK Timeline of the California oil spill and responseYahoo News UK(AP) — On May 19, an underground pipeline on California's Central Coast leaked up to 101,000 gallons of crude oil. It fouled nearby beaches, and an estimated 21,000 gallons flowed into the ocean. It was the worst spill in the area since a platform …Section of Pipe in California Oil Spill RemovedWall Street... 

Timeline of the California oil spill and response – Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UK Timeline of the California oil spill and responseYahoo News UK(AP) — On May 19, an underground pipeline on California's Central Coast leaked up to 101,000 gallons of crude oil. It fouled nearby beaches, and an estimated 21,000 gallons flowed into the ocean. It was the worst spill in the area since a platform …Section of Pipe in California Oil Spill RemovedWall Street... 

Proposed Prescription Database Law Passes California Senate – NBC 7 San Diego

NBC 7 San Diego Proposed Prescription Database Law Passes California SenateNBC 7 San DiegoThe California State Senate approved legislation Thursday that would require doctors to check the state's narcotics database before they prescribe controlled substances for new patients. Senate Bill 482, authored by State Senator Ricardo Lara, of Bell …Bill allowing physician-assisted dying... 
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