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Will a Pair of Beloved Jewish Summer Camps Rise from the Ashes of the Woolsey Fire?

Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp have a temporary home but the fate of their former site in Malibu remains unclear
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Sorry, Plant Ladies. Your Ferns and Philodendra Aren’t Purifying the Air

A UCLA environmental health expert clears the air on how to actually breathe easier indoors
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Millions of Tiny Earthquakes Happen Without You Even Noticing

New science finds 495 earthquakes shake SoCal every day–and they might be the key to predicting the Big One
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Can the Los Angeles We Know Survive the Death of Its Trees?

L.A.'s 6 million trees keep us healthy—and they are all in jeopardy
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Walker Canyon Is Open Again After the Superbloom Became a Poppy-pocalypse

Lake Elsinore officials temporarily shut down the area after teeming crowds, bad behavior, and reports of injuries
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Can Angelenos and Coyotes Coexist?

Whether you see them as nuisances or neighbors, coyotes aren’t going anywhere
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What the Superbloom Looks Like from Space

Hey look, you can see the flowers without trampling them