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- Miami Herald
Two disturbances in the Atlantic are right on the verge of strengthening into tropical depressions or storms, and one is worth watching for people in Florida and the Caribbean.
- The Weather Network
A chilly second half of the week for parts of the Prairies will include the chance of frost and even high-elevation snow.
- LA Times
The U.S. Forest Service announced Tuesday that all but five California national forests closed in late August will reopen two days early.
- Associated Press
Sequoia National Park is shut down, its namesake gigantic trees potentially threatened by two forest fires burning in steep and dangerous terrain in California’s Sierra Nevada. Both fires were projected to advance in the direction of Giant Forest, home to more than 2,000 giant sequoias including the General Sherman Tree, which is the largest tree on Earth by volume.
The president jabbed his predecessor over one of his most famous claims.
- CBS News
The storm, which reached hurricane strength, made landfall then weakened back to tropical storm status. It's bringing pounding rain and strong winds to the region.
- Associated Press
The slaughter of 1,428 white-sided dolphins over the weekend, part of a four-century-old traditional drive of sea mammals into shallow water where they are killed for their meat and blubber, has reignited a debate on the small Faeroe Islands. The hunt in the North Atlantic islands is not commercial and is authorized, but environmental activists claim it is cruel.
- Southern Living
Any gardener can tell you that there are some gorgeous plants that are worse than bad houseguests. Invasive species can take over a garden, sending up shoots in every direction. Ask a gardener about Japanese knotweed and they may shudder in horror at the nefarious plant's ability to spread absolutely anywhere.
- KTRK – Houston
Here's what it looked like as Nicholas made landfall, bringing strong winds and heavy rain, which caused street flooding and damage in some areas.
- FTW Outdoors
For the second time this month a Yellowstone National Park tourist has captured footage showing a wolf biting a grizzly bear’s butt.
- Business Insider
EV startup Rivian has beaten other industry giants to become the first automaker to produce an electric pickup
Rivian's R1T has an estimated range of 314 miles and prices start at $67,500. It comes with an air compressor and a built-in cooler under the bed.
- FX Empire
The natural gas markets have rallied again during the trading session on Tuesday as we continue the overall parabolic run.
- Internet Video Archive
RIVER’S END explores the global water crisis, using California as a microcosm. It reveals how water politics that led to the draining of the Owens Valley by Los Angeles, made famous by the film CHINATOWN, continue to this day in ongoing efforts to take ever more water from Northern California's San Francisco Bay estuary. Except this time, the water grab is at the hands of industrial agriculture and its powerful corporate investors. RIVER’S END inspires viewers to learn where their water comes fr
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
A tropical wave in the Eastern Atlantic has a high chance of development and a tropical depression could form in the next couple of days.
- LA Times
Climate warming has exposed an additional 31,400 square miles of forests to fire at higher elevations, where flames are scorching terrains that previously were too wet to burn.
Severe thunderstorms with winds up to 70 miles per hour and hail up to an inch in diameter blew across southeastern Colorado on Sept. 14, causing minor damage in some areas.
- ABC News Videos
A 16-year-old speaks exclusively to "GMA" about the moment he was bitten in the arm near Daytona, Florida.
A 504-pound alligator believed to have killed a 71-year-old Louisiana man in Hurricane Ida floodwaters has been captured with what appears to be human remains in its stomach, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office said. The 12-foot alligator's capture ended a two-week search by local and state agencies for Timothy Satterlee Sr, who had last been seen on Aug. 30 checking the storm damage outside his home in Slidell, about 35 miles (55 km) northeast of New Orleans. The attack occurred the day after Ida, one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to strike the U.S. Gulf Coast, slammed Louisiana, causing devastating flooding in some areas outside a new levee and floodgate system protecting New Orleans.
Snakes owe their success in part to the asteroid impact that killed off the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
The governors of 10 states in the American West recently called on the Biden administration to declare a drought disaster. Data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) show that pasture and range conditions have been in decline for quite some time. Less quality pasture means less food for livestock and other animals, which could lead to higher prices for meat and dairy products—or even a shortage.