Ryder Extends Farmers Lead to 3, Rahm Gets Hot on Windy Day

Ryder Extends Farmers Lead to 3, Rahm Gets Hot on Windy Day

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Sam Ryder extended his lead to three shots in the Farmers Insurance Open with a 4-under 68 in challenging wind in the second round Thursday on Torrey Pines’ South Course while Jon Rahm had an eagle and three straight birdies late in his 5-under 67 on the easier North Course to … Read more

US: 5 Species on California Island No Longer Endangered

State Officials Back $1.5M in Tax Breaks for Iowa Beef Plant

CORONADO, Calif. (AP) — Four types of plants and a bird species on the U.S. Navy-owned San Clemente Island off Southern California no longer require Endangered Species Act protection, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday. “We are grateful for the Navy’s leadership and long-term commitment to recovery efforts that have enabled us to … Read more

Public Viewing at Palace for ‘Last Hawaiian Princess’

Public Viewing at Palace for 'Last Hawaiian Princess'

HONOLULU (AP) — The casket bearing the 96-year-old heiress long considered the last Hawaiian princess is set to go on public display Sunday in the downtown Honolulu palace that benefited from her wealth. Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike Kawānanakoa’s casket, handcrafted from a 165-year-old koa tree that fell during a 2021 storm on the Big Island, was … Read more

IAEA Says Fukushima Water Release to Follow Safety Standards

Drugs, Other Risks Ruled Out at Prison Where Dozens Got Sick

TOKYO (AP) — The head of a U.N. nuclear agency task force assessing the safety of Japan’s plan to release treated radioactive water from the wreaked Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea said Friday that Japanese regulators have shown their commitment to comply with international safety standards. International concern over the plan has been widening. … Read more