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More than half of Southern California's beaches could completely erode back to coastal infrastructure or sea cliffs by the year 2100 as the sea level rises, according to a study released Monday.
Authorities Tuesday were investigating the shooting death of a man who was found in his vehicle at a Montebello church parking lot.
Crews were working through Tuesday morning to restore power to a few thousand customers as strong and damaging winds lashed the region, downing trees and power lines.
Moving forward with a campaign pledge to unravel former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures in an effort to boost domestic energy production in the form of fossil fuels. As part of the roll-back, Trump will initiate a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants. The regulation, which was the former president's signature effort to curb carbon emissions, has been the subject of long-running legal challenges by Republican-led states and those who profit from burning oil, coal and gas. Trump, who has called global warming a "hoax" invented by the Chinese, has repeatedly criticized the power-plant rule and others as an attack on American workers and the struggling U.S. coal industry.
After a wet winter in California, an endangered species of tiny crustacean popped up inside the vernal pools of a Costa Mesa park, NBC4's media partner KPCC reported.