Anywhere But Humboldt
Tuesday, Dec. 3
San Jose Mercury: $15.6 million to close sale on world’s largest privately owned giant sequoia forest
The Guardian: California gang laws are keeping black and Latino people in prison
The Guardian: Californians are turning to vending machines for safer water. Are they being swindled?
The Guardian: Trump deploys 'surge' of park rangers to patrol Mexican border
The Oregonian: No cops after dark? Cave Junction to use cameras, citizen patrols to police streets at night
US News: California Says Neptune Society Bilked Cremation Customers for $100 million
Press Democrat: Storm dumps up to 11 inches of rain on parts of Sonoma county, more on the way
Monday, Dec. 2
Rolling Stone: Why the Christian Right Worships Donald Trump
You Tube: German documentary tells how poor people survive in the USA
The Verge: The ‘Amazon effect’ is flooding a struggling recycling system with cardboard
Science Alert: Mysterious Tectonic Fault Zone Detected Off The Coast of California
The Hill: Appeals court rejects Trump DOJ request to resume executions
NY Times: Forget the Scarf. These Gifts Change Lives.
L.A. Times: The sea wanted to take this California lighthouse. Now, it’s part of a conflict between a town and two tribes
NY Times: Fire Blight Spreads Northward, Threatening Apple Orchards
Washington Post: Mexican authorities make arrests in killings of American Mormons
Sunday, Dec. 1
Fox News: New Orleans French Quarter shooting leaves 11 wounded, police say
NY Times: City Malaise, Cured by a Cloud Forest?
NY Times: A Change in Medicare Has Therapists Alarmed
NY Times: How Not to Feel Dead Tired This Winter
NY Times: Is China’s Crackdown on Fentanyl Enough to End the U.S. Epidemic?
Washington Post: Doctors are torturing dementia patients at the end of their life. And it’s totally unnecessary.
Washington Post: Turkish dam is about to flood one of the oldest continuously settled places on Earth
Daily Beast: How an Unsolved Murder Got Legal Weed Lobbyist Eapen Thampy Indicted on Drug Charges
Seattle Times: Sewer blockage pushes waste into 300 New York City homes
San Jose Mercury: Monterey could add hundreds of new housing units
Press Democrat: North Coast fishermen keep tradition alive, despite daunting new regulations
Denver Post: At least 14 dead in Mexico gun battle near Texas border
The Guardian: Nicotine sickness: the latest vaping scare
The Guardian: Millions could lose access to food stamps under Trump proposal, study finds
SF Chronicle: Mercury in the fog is poisoning Santa Cruz mountain lions, study finds
SF Chronicle: Why does SFO suffer more rain delays than other airports?
Saturday, Nov. 30
New Food Economy: California’s Chinook salmon are in danger. Rice fields just might be their salvation
New Food Economy: Across the country, farmers say banks are dropping them for growing hemp
NPR: Budding Hemp Farmers Struggle To Find Success In The 'Green Rush'
BBC: How salmon can transform a landscape
Vox: Giving thanks may make your brain more altruistic
Washington Post: Weather is turning into big business. And that could be trouble for the public.
Washington Post: As it nears a record $10 trillion, corporate debt poses new risks to U.S. economy
Washington Post: Trump’s talk of cease-fire appears to surprise Taliban, Afghan government
NY Times: It’s Not Just Poor White People Driving a Decline in Life Expectancy
NY Times: For Millennials Making Their Way, a Detour: To Caregiving of Boomer Parents
NPR: A Single Dose Of Ketamine Might Help Heavy Drinkers, Study Finds
The Guardian: 'There are no words': Samoa buries its children as measles outbreak worsens
The Guardian: Brother of convicted terrorist faces deportation despite US citizenship
The Guardian: Whistleblower in New Orleans hotel collapse is deported to Honduras
Sacramento Bee: Power shutoffs kept downed trees and limbs from creating fire risk 190 times, PG&E says
Santa Cruz Sentinel: Two men sentenced for shipping over 800 pounds of marijuana from California through U.S. Postal Service
San Jose Mercury: California pot industry calls for help from state leaders
LA Times: Those free, innocent-looking USB charging ports could rob you blind