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Correction: Climate Change-American Pika story

In a story Aug. 25 about a study about the American pika vanishing from some Western lands, The Associated Press reported erroneously how many areas where the animal is still living in northeastern California. The pika was not found in 11 of 29 sites where it once lived in northeastern California.

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Judge denies Nevada county's claim to national forest road

A dirt road in a national forest at the center of a decades-old dispute between the Forest Service and a rural Nevada county will remain in federal hands after a judge ruled county officials failed to prove it was theirs before President Theodore Roosevelt permanently reserved the remote wilderness in 1909.

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Want to see a googly-eyed stubby squid?

Researchers aboard the aboard E/V Nautilus spotted this stubby squid off the coast of California near Los Angeles. It looks like a cross between an octopus and squid, but is more closely related to cuttlefish. This species spends life on the seafloor, activating a sticky mucus jacket and burrowing into the sediment to camouflage, leaving their eyes poking out to spot prey like shrimp and small fish.
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Want to see a googly-eyed stubby squid? 2:28

Want to see a googly-eyed stubby squid?

Watch lane splitting from a motorcyclist's point of view 0:52

Watch lane splitting from a motorcyclist's point of view

Do we still need daylight saving time? 1:16

Do we still need daylight saving time?

Firefighters pull 8 kittens from Sacramento storm drain; mama cat approves 0:29

Firefighters pull 8 kittens from Sacramento storm drain; mama cat approves