Two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a press release shared by the park.
In fact, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has calculated that the area is the most dangerous in the U.S. Deadline reports that FEMA determined the risk of every county in America based on 18 types of natural disasters, including earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, volcanoes, and tsunamis. The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t considered, though Los Angeles has been dubbed “ground zero” for the virus.
Billionaire Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is reportedly gearing up to permanently decamp to Texas in an effort to take advantage of the Lone Star State’s lack of personal income taxes.
By Sunday night, the Zogg Fire in Shasta County and the Glass Fire in Napa County had burned nearly 10,000 acres after being confirmed to have started earlier that day. A CNN report filed Monday states that—according to Sunday night estimates—the Zogg Fire had burned 7,000 acres while the Glass Fire had burned 2,500 acres. Continue reading 2 New Wildfires in California Burn Almost 10,000 Acres in a Single Day
The August Complex Fire has now been determined to be the largest wildfire in California history. Continue reading August Complex Fire Is Now Largest in California History
Naya Rivera is missing after swimming in Lake Piru with her four-year-old son. Continue reading Naya Rivera Reported Missing After 4-Year-Old Son Found Alone on Boat
Michael V. Drake’s retirement was pretty short-lived.
Just a week after he left his post as the president of Ohio State University, Drake was announced as the 21st president of the University of California system. The move marks the first time a Black person has ever held the position in the system’s 152-year history. Continue reading Michael V. Drake to Become the First Black President of the University of California