Other Cool Stuff From Around the World, Mostly By Gina
Washington Post: Dr. Oz surprises the hosts of ‘Fox & Friends’ by talking about America’s pot ‘hypocrisy’
LA Times: A judge will decide whether Robert Durst should stand trial in his L.A. murder case
Mendocino Voice: Updated: 100 acre Hopland fire now 40% contained, one lane of Highway 101 southbound closed (video)
NY Times: California Today: What if Legal Pot Costs More Than Black-Market Pot?
Monday, Sept. 18
NY Times: This is Serious: In the Amazon, a Catastrophic Gold Rush Looms
Seattle Times: Interior secretary recommends shrinking 6 national monuments
Popular Science: Meet the Nebraskan farmers fighting Keystone XL
Sunday, Sept. 17
LA Times: L.A. Galaxy soccer team is growing its own food
LA Times: EDITORIAL: Refusing to build public toilets doesn't make homeless people go away. It creates a public health crisis
Emerald Report: SISKIYOU COUNTY CALLS FOR STATE AID TO COMBAT POT FARMS
Press Democrat: Cannabis industry leads Santa Rosa industrial property boom
Saturday, Sept. 16
NY Times: Can You Pick the Bees Out of This Insect Lineup?
NY Times: How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food
LA Times: Seismologists hope to create earthquake forecasts for California, using small temblors to warn of big ones
LA Times: Billions in new funding for low-income housing passes the California Legislature Billions in new funding for low-income housing passes the California Legislature
The Oregonian: Portland rental housing tool NoAppFee gets boost from city
Washington Post: It’s a real mistake to count on a cellphone when hiking
Washington Post: Administration aims to resume Arctic drilling after more than 30 years
Willits News: Willits City Council introduces medical cannabis ordinance final draft
Press Democrat: North Coast clinics get $1.4 million to battle opioid crisis
Press Democrat: Marijuana lab found in Willits building where explosion blew hole in roof
NY Times: Indian Genocide in the Golden State: Goodbye, Yosemite. Hello, What?
Politico: Can American soil be brought back to life?
Friday, Sept. 15
NY Times: Alcohol Abuse Is Rising Among Older Adults
California Sunday Magazine: Woodshock: A movie about pot, redwoods, and Humboldt
San Jose Mercury: California Assembly narrowly passes affordable housing bills
Seattle Times: Forest Service spends record $2B battling forest fires
Thursday, Sept. 14
Seattle Times: Weyerhaeuser’s smelly wood problem will cost up to $250 million
Washington Post: Interior’s ‘unusual’ transfer of senior executives spurs official probe
Ars Technica: Solar now costs 6¢ per kilowatt-hour, beating government goal by 3 years
Politico: Climate Change: The great nutrient collapse
The Guardian: Badge, gun, holster, skateboard … meet Canada's first skateboarding cop
The Guardian: America's ash trees and antelopes on the brink of extinction
The Oregonian: Census: Oregon catches up with US household income after decades trailing
Seattle Times: Mountain goats in Olympic National Park: Their days may be numbered
San Jose Mercury: Santa Clara County bans commercial pot cultivation
LA Times: Equifax's free credit freeze won't fully protect you, so here's what to do
Wednesday, Sept. 13
The Guardian: Chocolate industry drives rain-forest disaster in Ivory Coast
Press Democrat: Lightning-sparked wildfires growing in Mendocino County
LA Times: In the age of Trump, how do you build a legal marijuana industry from the ground up?
Willits News: Willits to introduce medical cannabis ordinance
The Oregonian: Columbia gorge fire now covers almost 35,600 acres; blaze 11% contained
The Oregonian: Utah man driving stolen car suspected of setting at least four wildland fires in central Oregon, police say
NY Daily News: Hawaii pushes to be first state to go cashless for marijuana sales
Tuesday, Sept. 12
BBC News: Hunters wanted for Grand Canyon bison cull
Marin Independent: Marin set to unveil new medical cannabis ordinance
The Guardian: We’re more likely to get cancer than to get married.
NY Times: Opinion: From 9/11 to Humpty Dumpty
The Guardian: Dog that mauled owner to death had 'probably taken crack cocaine'
LA Times: China is banning traditional auto engines. Its aim: electric car domination