Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times 28 Apr 2020

Why California's beaches are glowing with bioluminescence

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The oceans are glowing blue in Southern California. But why? Michael I. Latz, PH. D. of Scripps Institution of Oceanography explains what we are seeing and how rare of an occurrence it is.


As Memorial Day weekend approaches, coastal states from New Jersey to California are reopening their beaches with restrictions, but social distancing rules may make it difficult.
Following a nine-year run with the Carolina Panthers, which saw him haul in 39 touchdown catches, tight end Greg Olsen is headed to the Seattle Seahawks. Olsen hopped on FOX Football Now to break down why he chose The Emerald City.
Whoever contracts the coronavirus first, wins. That seems to be the objective for some Alabama college students, who are reportedly organizing "COVID parties," and purposely bringing together large groups of people and inviting those who were diagnosed with the virus, Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry said. "They put money in a pot and they try to get COVID. Whoever gets COVID first gets the pot. It makes no sense. They're intentionally doing it."
NBC News' Dasha Burns is joined by three Florida Mayors: Mayor Charlie Latham of Jacksonville Beach, Mayor Ellen Glasser of Atlantic Beach and Mayor Elaine Brown of Neptune Beach. The three have banded together to keep their residents safe during the upcoming 4th of July weekend, by keeping their beaches open but agreeing they will all be quickly closed if social distancing conditions are not upheld. Aired on 07/03/2020.

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