An early-morning fire in Rostraver Township left 12 cats dead as the home was a non-profit animal sanctuary.
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A Southern California conservation worker recently encountered what might be described as the king of kingsnakes.
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It’s a process increasingly catching the eye of companies along the West Coast.
In 1899, a writer for French newspaper Le Figaro surveyed the damage Parisians had done to the Bièvre, a river that for hundreds of years had snaked up through southern Paris, joining the Seine near the Jardin des Plantes. The waterway, averaging 13 ft. in width, had featured in Renaissance poetry by François Rabelais and in Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables. Paris’ last stretch of the Bièvre was sealed up in 1912.
The 4680 cells could boost EV ranges by over 15 percent and reduce costs.
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COVID hampered UF researchers in getting an accurate count for their International Shark Attack File. Plus, Stuart victim Jeremy Carr recounts his tale.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
A look at photos of the fire, which was 25% contained Sunday morning.
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The project was an experiment of sorts: what plants will be able to grow and proliferate in the tough clay where the Salton Sea has receded?
Around 30 oil and gas facilities across the Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico spewed large amounts of methane for three years, emitting the equivalent climate pollution from half a million cars, according to a report released on Monday. The facilities, which include well pads, pipelines, compressor stations and processing facilities, were observed as "persistently" emitting large volumes of methane over the three years of aerial surveys done by the Environmental Defense Fund and research group Carbon Mapper. These so-called "superemitters," located in the most productive U.S. oil field, only account for .001% of the Permian Basin's oil and gas infrastructure but emit around 100,000 tonnes of methane per year.
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Images shared online do not depict mass groups of dead fish across beaches in Tonga. They were taken in Australia, Uruguay and Fiji.
Electric vehicles and gas cars have always come with a tradeoff. Fully electric vehicles are more expensive to buy, but they're cheaper to own because they're cheaper to fuel and maintain -- and they...
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Oregon is home to more than 6,000 cougars. It's "very unusual" for a cougar to attack a human, says ODFW.
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Severe weather and a tornado confirmed by the NWS moved through Southwest Florida early Sunday morning, leaving behind power outages and storm damage.
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Forecasters are watching the possibility that a storm could bring snow, gusty winds and coastal flooding to Southern New England Friday into Saturday.
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As the number of coyotes in Kansas grows, hunting contests have sprung up as a way to remove potential threats to livestock.
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'A huge security blanket': Portsmouth and Dover plan emergency water line across General Sullivan Bridge
What would project cost, where will funds come from and why is it needed? Here's what we learned.
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"This thing made removing snow like vacuuming."
What does its breakage tell us about the problems of getting coverage to remote areas?
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The West Wind Drive-In was heavily damaged from a fire on Sunday morning, according to the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District. The fire originated in the same building that houses the projection machines upstairs. Fire officials said firefighters saved the projection room, which housed six projectors worth about $150,000 each. The fire was contained mostly to the downstairs of the building.
As waves of cold air continue to bring bone-chilling conditions into the north-central and northeastern United States, one or more storms from Canada will bring the chance for snow to over 50 million people over the coming days and even another major winter storm that could impact the East Coast by next weekend. The combination of a southward dip in the jet stream, that is unleashing cold air from central Canada to the north-central and northeastern U.S., and a series of disturbances from the no