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Lebanon's mountains offer cool refuge from Mideast heat

By HAMZA HENDAWI

Mountains surround Faraya, a popular ski resort north of Beirut. Lebanon's high mountain ranges are refuge for people living in the cities, towns and villages below.

Was a great white to blame for Cape Cod attack?

By WILLIAM J. KOLE

Police said William Lytton was bitten by a shark while wading about 30 yards off Long Nook Beach in Truro.


Stevens Pass sold to Vail in a $64M deal

By BRIAN MILLER

Vail Resorts said in June that it would invest $35 million in four ski properties it bought from Oz Real Estate.

3-week closure hurt Yosemite businesses

By JOCELYN GECKER and MATT BROWN

The loss of visitor fees will impact future park improvements, such as fixing roads and updating facilities, which are planned years in advance.


California may reshape pot rules as market struggles

By MICHAEL R. BLOOD

A shaky supply chain has customers looking at barren shelves in some shops.


Yosemite reopens with smoky air, tight lodging

By JOCELYN GECKER and MATTHEW BROWN

California, like several other states, has faced a longer and more destructive wildfire season because of drought, warmer weather attributed to climate change and homes built deeper into forests.


Theaters add new feature: 3-screen immersion

By ROBERT STEVENS

It's the latest attempt by cinema operators to lure film viewers away from Netflix and Amazon Prime.


LA to install subway body scanners

The machines project scanning waves to screen passengers at a distance. Officials say they can scan up to 2,000 passengers each hour.


Oregon Coast gets fewer visitors, but spending is up

Tourism spending has increased 2.2 percent overall, while bookings for hotels and rentals dropped 1.3 percent overall between 2016 and 2017.



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