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A little nice for California greenery

A little nice for California greenery Click to block a category: chuchiereaper prev nextrandomComment PrevTopNextComment December and January have been the wettest months for California in a long time.From last I read all the rain in December took 17% of Cali out of this drought.

Gov. Brown declares war on Trump's 'alternate universe of non-facts'

Gov. Brown declares war on Trump's 'alternate universe of non-facts' Under a Donald Trump presidency, California has no plans to back down as a haven of liberal progress.That's what the state's Gov.

This company is employing former inmates to create e-waste recycling solutions

'Isidore Electronics Recycling' is on a mission to reuse and repurpose technology.The Southern California company is also committed to creating employment opportunities for those who have left correctional facilities.

Google's Waymo self-driving platform shows big improvements

Google's Waymo self-driving platform shows big improvements When the California Department of Motor Vehicles released its annual autonomous vehicle disengagement report Wednesday, Google's self-driving platform, Waymo, came away looking like the big moves it made this year were well worth the fuss.The company posted significant year-over-year improvements in its self-driving tech's safety and efficiency, even as it ramps up its autonomous efforts.

THIS MADE MY DAY

THIS MADE MY DAY TFW: You thought you could get away withassaulting Trump supporters because you werein California 'ltr/ ', you had them severelyoutnumbered but ] Trump supporter pulls 'ital.gunand shoots you in your stupid anarchist guts.

Subaru joins growing list of companies allowed to test autonomous tech in California

Subaru joins growing list of companies allowed to test autonomous tech in California Soon, the question won’t be who is allowed to test self-driving cars in California, but rather who hasn’t made the cut.On Friday, the California DMV added Subaru to the ever growing list of companies that have clearance to test autonomous driving technology.

Parade of storms threatens to prolong California dam crisis

Parade of storms threatens to prolong  California dam crisis Right now in California, the nation's tallest dam is facing its toughest test yet — holding back about 1.The Oroville Dam crisis has forced nearly 200,000 people located downstream to evacuate, and it's not likely to be resolved quickly, based on the latest forecasts.

Southern California bracing for an 'off the charts' storm

Southern California bracing for an 'off the charts' storm Something is going to happen in Southern California on Friday that hasn't happened in at least six years, possibly longer.It's going to rain a whole, heckuva lot, and that rain is going to be accompanied by a wide range of other hazards.

Atmospheric river slamming California extends from tropics like a ghostly finger

Atmospheric river slamming California extends from tropics like a ghostly finger Satellite imagery showing the transport of atmospheric water vapor reveals the atmospheric river lurching like a ghostly finger toward California from the central tropical Pacific Ocean.Consider this estimate from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which found that a strong atmospheric river, such as the one striking California Friday and Saturday, can transport "an amount of water vapor roughly equivalent to 7.

Crazy storm has streets of L.A. swallowing cars whole

Crazy storm has streets of L.A. swallowing cars whole Downpours are expected to target Northern California next, putting even more pressure on water infrastructure like the Oroville Dam.In San Bernardino County, a big rig and a fire truck rolled off the edge of Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass.

Rivers in the sky: Why California is flooding

Rivers in the sky: Why California is flooding The cause of California's drought-busting flood woes lies thousands of miles off the Pacific coast, near Hawaii.These storms account for the majority of California's heavy rain events, both this winter and throughout history.