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Husband charged with murder after bedridden wife dies in house fire

A Lucerne Valley man was charged with murder Wednesday, months after his bed-ridden wife died in a fire that engulfed their home.  Donald Wayne Jenman, 68, faces one count of murder in the death of his wife, Lynda Cestone, according to a San Bernardino County Superior Court complaint. Cestone,...

Death Valley sees more damage from visitors driving off-road

Rangers are taking stronger measures to try to prevent visitors from driving on dry lake beds and other fragile areas at Death Valley National Park. The National Park Service said Tuesday that there have been additional incidents since last summer when someone drove on the famed Racetrack playa,...

Death Valley National Park's dunes march for miles. Head for the ones at Mesquite Flat

Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Jan. 14, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...

Now entering 'the valley of death'

(Washington University in St. Louis) Amid Trump comments and stock dive, let WUSTL expert in drug research and development Michael Kinch walk you through pharma 'Valley of Death.'

Now Entering 'the Valley of Death'

Amid Trump comments and stock dive, let WUSTL expert on the history of the pharmaceutical industry Michael Kinch walk you through pharma "Valley of Death."

Free admission to national parks on MLK Day. Here are 101 things to do when you get there

U.S. national parks and forests that charge admission will waive fees Monday to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day. That means you can skip the $25 entry fee to visit Joshua Tree or Death Valley. What’s there to do? Plenty. L.A. Times Travel writer Christopher Reynolds and photographer Mark Boster...

Pot’s legal in California. So why are people still getting busted in Yosemite?

Think pot is now legal in California? Try telling that to the National Park Service rangers ready to bust people caught with marijuana in Yosemite, Redwood, Death Valley and other … Click to Continue »

George Michael Death Probe: Police Have No Suspects After Questioning Boyfriend

George Michael’s sudden death is still under investigation. The Thames Valley Police department exclusively revealed to the latest updates in the probe after the singer’s boyfriend was taken in… READ ON

Death Valley landmark, Artists Palette, to close temporarily

Artists Palette, one of those dreamy desert landscapes found only in Death Valley National Park, will be closed for repairs starting Monday, according to a National Park Service release. If you’re visiting the park this winter, you’ll have to skip this attraction. The nine-mile Artists Drive and...

Badwater, lowest point in Death Valley, is also lowest point in North America. Go to these salt flats around sunset

Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Jan. 3, 2017, 6 a.m. Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all year. And we won't suggest an adventure unless one of the Travel section's staffers...

George Michael’s Cause Of Death: Why More Tests Need To Be Done

George Michael’s cause of death is still unknown. According to a statement released by the Thames Valley police, a post-mortem examination as part of the investigation into Michael’s death that took place on Thursday was found “inconclusive.”...Show More Summary

George Michael's Cause Of Death Ruled As Inconclusive

It appears George Michael's death will remain a mystery… for now. On Friday, the Thames Valley police in the United Kingdom released the official results of George's autopsy, just on the heels of his shocking death on Christmas day. Video: Elton John Breaks Down Over George's Death According to the statement, the singer's death has been ruled as [...]

George Michael's autopsy 'inconclusive,' police say

George Michael's initial autopsy has been "inconclusive," police have said, and further tests will be carried out to figure out his cause of death. According to a statement released to the media by the Thames Valley police, "The cause of death is inconclusive and further tests will now be carried out. Show More Summary

George Michael Postmortem Deemed 'Inconclusive'

A postmortem examination to determine the cause of George Michael’s death has proved “inconclusive,” according to police. Thames Valley Police said Friday that further tests will need to be conducted but “the results of these tests are...Show More Summary

George Michael Fans Create Their Own Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame!

What a fitting tribute! As we reported on Christmas Day, George Michael passed away from heart failure at the age of 53. Thames Valley Police described his death as "unexplained but not suspicious." Related: Celebs React To George Michael's Death Although the Freedom singer was a musical icon, he surprisingly did NOT have a star on the Hollywood [...]

National park photo ops: Get on top of those desert flowers in spring

Desert sunflowers stretch out near Highway 190 near Father Crowley Vista Point during a rare "super bloom" of wildflowers in Death Valley National Park. This was early March. The hottest, driest, lowest place in North America was a carpet of gold with patches of purple. Keep your eye on the park’s...

National park photo ops: The best way to catch desert stars

The stars shine brightly at night near the Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley National Park. With my camera set at ISO 1600, a 16mm lens and the shutter opened for 30 seconds, I waited for passing cars to light the sides of the dead tree and tried a little bit of flash-fill.  In honor of this...

National park photo ops: Cross your fingers and hope for a stormy sunrise at Death Valley

A rainbow forms during a rare stormy sunrise at the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. Sunrises in Death Valley National Park are great. Though it means waking up in the dark and going on faith, the reward is usually a colorful surprise. The winter months are best for this type of color because storm fronts...

National park photo ops: At Badwater, get low and shoot wide

Unique salt structures form in Death Valley National Park's Badwater Basin, where water combines with natural salt deposits at 282 feet below sea level. I used a low camera angle, mounted on a small tripod, and a wide angle lens, focusing on the foreground just after sunrise. I exposed and focused...

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