Toxic Algae Bloom Hits Second Southern California LakeState water officials have issued a no-swimming advisory for a second Southern California lake due to a toxic algae bloom.
Pyramid Lake Reopened To Swimmers, But With WarningsAuthorities reopened Pyramid Lake to swimmers Tuesday, but visitors were warned that the toxic algae that forced a swimming ban last week is still present in parts of the lake.
Pyramid Lake Algae Bloom Could Sicken Swimmers, DogsOfficials warn that areas of two California lakes that have turned bright green could make you and your dog sick.
State Officials Delay Opener Of Recreational Dungeness Crab SeasonCalifornia officials voted 3-0 in favor of delaying the Dungeness crab season and closing the rock crab fishery just days after warning of dangerous levels of a neurotoxin linked to a massive algae bloom off the West Coast.
Health Warning Issued Against Eating Dungeness, Rock CrabsCalifornia health officials on Tuesday warned people to avoid eating Dungeness and Rock crabs that contain dangerous levels of a neurotoxin linked to a massive algae bloom off the West Coast.
Odd-Smelling Tap Water Persists For Nearly 6 Months In 4 CountiesA musty taste and odor to the tap water in four Southern California counties originally projected to last only a few weeks has persisted for six months now.
Natural Toxin Killing Dolphins, Sea Lions In Southern CaliforniaMarine animal experts say dolphins and sea lions that have died along the Southern California coast in recent weeks may be victims of a deadly neurotoxin produced by a seasonal algae bloom.

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