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Nation & World

Correction: Climate Change-American Pika story

In a story Aug. 25 about a study about the American pika vanishing from some Western lands, The Associated Press reported erroneously how many areas where the animal is still living in northeastern California. The pika was not found in 11 of 29 sites where it once lived in northeastern California.

Nation & World

Judge denies Nevada county's claim to national forest road

A dirt road in a national forest at the center of a decades-old dispute between the Forest Service and a rural Nevada county will remain in federal hands after a judge ruled county officials failed to prove it was theirs before President Theodore Roosevelt permanently reserved the remote wilderness in 1909.

Videos

Here's how to be safe in an earthquake

FEMA explains what you should do before an earthquake happens and when it occurs in an animated video called "When The Earth Shakes."
Courtesy FEMA
Here's how to be safe in an earthquake 1:41

Here's how to be safe in an earthquake

 How fire crews on the ground are fighting the Chimney Fire 0:37

How fire crews on the ground are fighting the Chimney Fire

Chimney Fire threatens Hearst Castle 1:06

Chimney Fire threatens Hearst Castle

Hear defense lawyer David Markham talk about man accused of setting Clayton Fire 0:32

Hear defense lawyer David Markham talk about man accused of setting Clayton Fire