Bob Seger pumps his fists during the concert with the Silver Bullet band at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on Saturday Feb. 24, 2007. (Ray Chavez/The Oakland Tribune) Be a rock star like Bob Seger. What do you think is the best song ever? (Ray Chavez/Oakland Tribune file) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Bob Seger with the Silver Bullet band at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on Saturday Feb. 24, 2007. (Ray Chavez/The Oakland Tribune) Bob Seger, second from left, performs with the Silver Bullet Band during a show at Oracle Arena, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011 in Oakland, Calif., another stop in Seger's The Distance '83 tour. (D. Ross Cameron/Staff) Singer Bob Seger poses for a portrait at Capitol Records on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) Singer Bob Seger poses for a portrait in a Capitol Records studio on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) Bob Seger and … [Read more...] about Bob Seger sets more farewell dates, including Northern California stop
Jaclyn Cosgrove, Los Angeles Times Published 12:05 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Wild horses roam on the land of the Modoc National Forest, a 1,654,392-acre national forest in the High Desert near the city of Alturas in Northern California, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 in Alturas, Calif. (Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/TNS) less Wild horses roam on the land of the Modoc National Forest, a 1,654,392-acre national forest in the High Desert near the city of Alturas in Northern California, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 in Alturas, Calif. ... more Photo: Kent Nishimura/TNS A mountain lion living in Modoc National Forest stands over his most recent kill, a young wild horse. The cougar, known as No. 166, kills about one horse a week. (Institute for Wildlife Studies) A mountain lion living in Modoc National Forest stands over his most recent kill, a young wild horse. The cougar, known as No. 166, kills about one … [Read more...] about This Northern California mountain lion is a serial killer — of horses
Could the toxin known as domoic acid wreak havoc with the upcoming commercial Dungeness crab season? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife on Thursday announced a delay in the opening of the recreational Dungeness crab fishery for one portion of Northern California — from Patrick’s Point, Humboldt County, north to the California/Oregon state line. Testing of crabs pulled from the ocean in this area found unhealthy levels of domoic acid — the dreaded toxin that destroyed the 2015-16 season. That ban does not affect the rest of the coast, however. State officials said the recreational fishery for the remaining areas will open Saturday, Nov. 3. And they’ll keep testing crabs from the far northern coast to determine when recreational fishers may head back out. The recreational season precedes the commercial crab season. That traditionally starts Nov. 15, and state officials will test Dungeness from now until the scheduled opening day, as well as throughout … [Read more...] about Dungeness crab: Toxin delays season in far Northern California
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By Amy Graff, SFGATE Published 7:56 am PDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018 FILE PHOTO: As we move into fall, rain returns to the forecast for Northern California. FILE PHOTO: As we move into fall, rain returns to the forecast for Northern California. Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Buy photo . . Photo: Getty Images Maximum temperature record:134 degreesDate: July 10, 1913Location: Greenland Ranch, Death Valley Maximum temperature record: 134 degrees Date: July 10, 1913 Location: Greenland Ranch, Death Valley Photo: Patrick Leitz, Getty Images Minimum temperature record:-45 degreesDate: Jan. 20, 1937Location: Boca, near Truckee Minimum temperature record: -45 degrees Date: Jan. 20, 1937 Location: Boca, near Truckee … [Read more...] about Rain returns to Northern California forecast: Will the Bay Area see any drops?