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California brown pelicans breed on the Channel Islands  then travel to the Salton Sea in the summertime after breeding.
California brown pelicans breed on the Channel Islands then travel to the Salton Sea in the summertime after breeding.
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We analyze what happened this week in California politics. Plus, the latest updates with the Tick Fire in Santa Clarita. And why the Salton Sea has declared an emergency.

Tick Fire

The latest updates on the Tick Fire in Santa Clarita.

State of Affairs

The week in California politics.

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Salton Sea Emergency Declaration

The Imperial Valley Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to declare a local state of emergency at the Salton Sea. In addition to the action on the state's largest lake, supervisors said they will likely seek another emergency declaration on the badly polluted New River, which flows into the Salton Sea. To get clarity on how the lake and rivers of the area have fallen into these conditions, Take Two speaks with local officials who are advocating for state and federal intervention.

Weekend Preview

Our picks for what to do in Southern California this weekend.

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