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The Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Center is tending to 10 orphaned bear cubs – the most it has ever had at any one time since it started taking in bears in 2000.
The festival has laid off its last paid employee, and its future remains in doubt as its parent organization scrambles to raise at least $80,000 by the end of the year.
Low water levels at Folsom Lake are causing an increase in air pollution from the $900 million Folsom Dam auxiliary spillway project.
The natural gas pipelines snaking under the Sacramento region likely leak a significant amount of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, scientists say.
With a fish net in one hand and backpack in the other, UC Davis fish biologist Peter Moyle set out across the dry Sierra foothills Thursday to look for a fish he feared was destined for extinction because of drought.
The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society has issued an emergency plea for money to members and volunteers because of a budget shortfall in its operation of the Sacramento Music Festival.
Watering restrictions are turning lawns brown around the region and could also weaken trees, arborists warn.
For the first time in its 17-year history, the Sacramento Philharmonic will not present any concerts during the fall season, and it remains unclear whether its musicians will return to the stage in the spring of 2015.
The Occupy movement’s takeover of a 1.5-acre tract of land owned by the University of California was touted as a model during the third day of the Occupy movement’s national gathering in Sacramento.
Despite the Sand fire blazing through parts of Amador and El Dorado counties, most of the foothills wineries in the region remained open for business and unharmed by the flames.