SILICON VALLEY—Sheryl Sandberg may have previewed her next book in an emotional commencement speech about her husband's death that she gave at Berkeley over the weekend. "I am not here to tell you all the things I’ve learned in life....Show More Summary
Three men have been arrested over a drunken rampage that resulted in the death of a member of one of the rarest fish species in the world. The men allegedly broke into a fenced-off protected area of Death Valley National Park in Nevada...Show More Summary
Actress is tagged with $1,000 fine for carving rock, Death Valley vandals are arrested and charged with felonies.
Three Nevada men have been questioned by investigators about vandalism in an environmentally fragile area of Death Valley National Park that may have killed one of the rarest fishes on earth, the AP reports. No arrests have been made in the April 30 intrusion while authorities continue to investigate what...
One of rarest fish on earth found dead weeks after vandalism in environmentally fragile area of Death Valley National Park
The men were drinking and rabbit hunting before they decided to trespass into the park. [ more › ]
Three men have been charged in a drunken rampage at a protected habitat in Death Valley National Park, where a tiny endangered fish was found dead. Trenton Sargent, 26, of Indian Springs, Nev.; Steven Schwinkendorf, 29, of Pahrump, Nev.; and Edgar Reyes, 35, of North Las Vegas were identified through...
Three men shot up infrastructure and may have killed an endangered Devils Hole pupfish.
On this leg, we will finally make it into Beatty! Yay!!In our last episode we were at Black Rock (it should be Black Rock Point, or something, but isn't) checking out Lone Mountain and the Boss Mine. Before leaving, I managed—with my...Show More Summary
Newly released video shows three men vandalizing a protected habitat in Death Valley National Park, skinny-dipping in waters that fewer than 115 endangered desert fish call home. National Park Service officials said the men fired gunshots, drank beer, vomited and possibly caused the death of a...
A drunken bender laid waste to a Death Valley oasis with beer cans, vomit and one of the rarest fish on Earth.
LOS ANGELES — A $15,000 reward is being offered for details leading to the arrest and conviction of three men who went on a drunken rampage involving gunfire, vomiting, skinny dipping and the death of a tiny endangered fish in Death Valley National Park, officials said Monday. The unidentified men...
From the last count, only 115 Devils Hole pupfish were found in the wild. [ more › ]
Kitten Natividad is best known as a Russ Meyer muse. She starred in two of his most memorable films: Up! and Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens. And remained in his life up until Meyer's death in 2004. But Kitten started out as a dancer. Show More Summary
A $5,000 reward is being offered for details leading to the arrest and conviction of three men who went on a drunken rampage involving gunfire, vomiting, skinny dipping and the death of a tiny endangered fish in Death Valley National Park, officials said Monday. The unidentified men were last seen...
MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — The Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain.
Dr. Howard Kornfeld, known to be a national authority in the treatment of opioid addiction, was contacted by Prince's team just one day before his death on April 21. [ more › ]
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Asian elephants in Cambodia. (Photo credit: Jack Highwood, Elephant Valley Project). An elderly elephant named Sambo collapsed to death while carrying tourists to Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia. The female elephant had been working underscorching heat for 45minutes carrying two tourists, one at a time to the attraction, which is considered [...]
The U.S. homeownership rate fell again on a YoY basis in Q1. The post Death Valley Days: US Homeownership Rate Falls To 63.5% As Home Prices Rise and Wages Stagnate was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the mo...