• 5-year-old gifts Baby Yoda doll to ‘lonely’ firefighters on wildfire front lines

    5-year-old gifts Baby Yoda doll to ‘lonely’ firefighters on wildfire front lines

    An inspiration, Baby Yoda is. A thoughtful 5-year-old boy in northwestern Oregon gifted a foot-tall Baby Yoda doll to front-line firefighters there as an inspirational thank you for their hard work battling blazes on the West Coast. Carver, who lives in Scappoose, Oregon, was shopping with his grandmother, Sasha Tinning, last weekend when they came …
  • Climate Change Focus Obscures Complexities of Wild Fires

    Climate Change Focus Obscures Complexities of Wild Fires

    For more than 50 years, the U.S. turned its back on the ‘light burning’ practices Native Americans had used for centuries. Hundreds of small fires were burning in the northern Rocky Mountains late in the summer of 1910, stretching the resources of the newly created national Forest Service. fcThen the hurricane-force winds picked up. The …
  • ‘Almost Worthy of ISIS’: L.A. County Sheriff Says Protesters Chanting for Deputies’ Death Represent ‘New Low’ for U.S.

    ‘Almost Worthy of ISIS’: L.A. County Sheriff Says Protesters Chanting for Deputies’ Death Represent ‘New Low’ for U.S.

    Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Tuesday that protesters calling for the death of two deputies who are being treated after being ambushed by a gunman represent a “new low” for the nation and “something almost worthy of ISIS.” “It’s just a new low for the hatred that I don’t think anyone in this …
  • A California church is making headlines after 1,000 people showed up to be baptized

    A California church is making headlines after 1,000 people showed up to be baptized

    Nearly 1,000 people showed up to be baptized on Saturday at s California church at Corona Del Mar State Beach in Newport Beach, California. Gina Gleason, church director at Calvary Chapel Church in Chino Hills, told CBN News that the event, which was a record showing of baptisms for the church, was absolutely “remarkable.” “California …
  • Trump Set to Visit California to Assess Damage Done By Deadly Wildfires

    Trump Set to Visit California to Assess Damage Done By Deadly Wildfires

    President Trump is set to visit California on Monday to assess the damage caused by almost 100 wildfires burning through the West that have killed at least 35 people. Several people remain missing in the region as the president heads to McClellan Park in Sacramento County to receive a briefing on the fires. Trump had …
  • California Is Now a America’s First Third-World Country

    California Is Now a America’s First Third-World Country

    The mayor of Los Angeles told residents to unplug their appliances, shut off their air conditioners, and turn on a fan after 3 p.m. Look at this… All I know is that out here in the sticks, out here in hick country, out here in the hinterlands, my 3,200 square foot home (if you count …
  • Missing kids at Paris Hilton’s boarding school possibly linked to convicted killer

    Missing kids at Paris Hilton’s boarding school possibly linked to convicted killer

    Just a few years before Paris Hilton was sent to a school for troubled teens in Southern California in the mid-1990s, a convicted child rapist and child killer was suspected in the disappearance of two boys at the school. Her documentary, “This is Paris,” shines a light on “therapeutic” boarding schools and the abuse some …
  • University of California Can No Longer Use ACT, SAT Scores in Admissions Process, Judge Rules

    University of California Can No Longer Use ACT, SAT Scores in Admissions Process, Judge Rules

    The University of California system can no longer consider ACT and SAT tests in admissions or scholarship decisions, a judge ruled Monday, saying the testing disadvantages applicants with disabilities. Alameda County Superior Court Judge Brad Seligman issued the preliminary injunction on Monday, acknowledging arguments that students with disabilities would have difficulty taking exams amid the …
  • Prince Harry ‘loving’ his ‘fantastic’ new life in California

    Prince Harry ‘loving’ his ‘fantastic’ new life in California

    Prince Harry has raved about “loving” his “fantastic” new life in the US — thanks to having “a little bit of space” to play outside with son Archie during lockdown in their sprawling, $14.65 million California estate. “Loving it. It’s fantastic,” the 35-year-old prince told British rugby legend Ellery Hanley in a Zoom call made …
  • Lake Piru opens for first time since ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera’s death

    Lake Piru opens for first time since ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera’s death

    Lake Piru, the man-made reservoir in Southern California where “Glee” star Naya Rivera drowned in July, has reopened to the public, but with restrictions, TMZ reported Saturday. Swimming is now banned at the lake, where there have been eight previous drownings since 1994. More than 12,000 people signed a petition demanding better warnings for swimmers …