Articles Tagged with california

California Drought Caused By Marijuana Cultivation?

Drought-Stricken California Community Close To Running Out Of Water

As winter turns to spring, the Californian drought has brought on record-setting heat waves as the state records its worst drought in more than a 1,000 years. Now, The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has published a study that has linked the water shortage to the cultivation of marijuana. The study, which was published… Read more »

Adult Film Industry Ditches California For New HQ In Las Vegas?

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A new law in California has the adult film industry scratching its head wondering whether or not a shift to the east is on the horizon. A law passed earlier this month making condom use mandatory, as well as other legislation that could severely affect the adult industry, has reportedly caused adult filmmakers to table… Read more »

California Lawyer, Matthew Gregory McLaughlin, Proposes Measure To Kill Gays ‘By Bullets To The Head’

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A California attorney and devout Christian, Matthew Gregory McLaughlin, proposed in February a ballot initiative ominously dubbed “The Sodomite Suppression Act” that seeks to legalize the state executing “by bullets to the head” anyone found guilty of gay lifestyle. The measure bans sodomites from holding public office and outlaws “spreading sodomite propaganda,” or advocating gay… Read more »

California High School Students Publicly Shamed For Opposing LGBT Agenda

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In the United States today, the LGBT community has been constantly present in the news, primarily over the debate of gay marriage. However, the secondary situation they support is recognition of young Americans who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, in public schools. The Inquisitr reported numerous times on this matter, especially the… Read more »

West Coast Storms Lead To Flooding In Washington

Washington has experienced significant flooding this week.

This week there have been roughly seven-inches of rainfall east of the Olympic Mountains in Washington State. The rain has caused the flooding of Duckabush and Dosewallips rivers in Washington. According to Keppie Keplinger, Jefferson County Emergency Management spokeswoman, rescue teams designed to handle flooding issues went door-to-door in the area. Several people were evacuated… Read more »

Fracking Causes Rancid Black Water To Pour From Faucets In California

Black sludge in the water supply.

One of a homeowner’s biggest fears is finding out your tap water isn’t safe to drink. Worse yet is finding out the entire water supply has been contaminated by some force outside your control. That’s exactly what happened to one California family Monday morning. Diane Morita was shocked to turn on her faucet and find… Read more »

University Of Minnesota Measles Case Confirmed

A measles case was identified in the University of Minnesota.

A student at the University of Minnesota has been diagnosed with a case of measles. The 20-year-old student had just returned to the university after having traveled internationally. After three days of classes he sought medical attention from the University of Minnesota’s Fairview Hospital. There, he was diagnosed with measles. According to MPR News, the… Read more »

Dolphin Rescued By Two Lifeguards Off Of The California Coast

Life guards rescue a dolphin from fishing lines off of the California coast.

Two lifeguards in Oceanside, California, rescued a struggling dolphin Thursday morning, and their amazing encounter was caught on video by a third rescuer. A dolphin was spotted off the coast of Oceanside, California, at around 10 a.m. on Thursday morning and appeared to be struggling and in distress. Three local lifeguards jumped on a boat… Read more »

Social Media Calls For Fans To #SaveTacoBell

The very first Taco Bell is in danger of being demolished.

In Downey, California, the world’s very first Taco Bell is facing the possibility of demolition. Opened by Glen Bell in 1962, the building was eventually taken over by a different fast food restaurant, Seafood & Tacos. Since the latter restaurant closed in December, the building has remained vacant. The old yellow building is boarded up,… Read more »