Denver7 Stacey Donaldson has your forecast for 11/6.
- Miami Herald
“I don’t wanna get anywhere near it,” one said as the hitchhiker flapped in the wind.
People are scavenging for high-end coolers that are washing up on shores from Seattle to Alaska after a freighter lost shipping containers last fall: 'The Yetis are still out there'
After a freight ship lost some of its cargo in rough waters last year, its haul of Yeti brand coolers has been circling the globe.
- Yahoo Canada Style
Looking to brush up on your baking skills this winter? Here are six deceptively-easy yet seriously-tasty desserts that won't let you down.
- The News-Press
As a new analysis finds Hurricane Ian ranks as 2nd largest insured loss in world history, FMB leaders vow to have 'functional paradise' within a year.
- The Weather Network
The dreaded polar vortex will be making a trek south across a good portion of Western Canada this week, bringing a dangerous cold with it that will send daytime highs into the -20s and overnight lows into the -30s.
- Associated Press
Mexico’s troubled Maya Train tourist project will now include a 45-mile (72 kilometer) stretch of elevated trackway through the jungle, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Monday. López Obrador has changed his mind a number of times on his pet project, which is intended to ferry tourists around the Yucatan peninsula. The project was initially supposed to run on an elevated line over the coastal highway, where most hotels are.
Arizona City roads flooded as a winter storm swept through the entire state over the weekend. We're taking a look at the flooded roadways as some attempt to cross the water. First responders and weather experts never recommend driving through flooded roadways and warn about it saying, "turn around don't drown."
- USA TODAY
As climbing rents and limited social support networks send lower-income Oregonians searching for refuge on public lands, many camp illegally.
- Modesto Bee
Modesto Bee readers speak their minds about the almond industry, wind and solar energy, and Donald Trump | Letters
KYIV (Reuters) -Russia rained long-range missiles on Ukraine on Monday, killing two people, destroying homes in the southeast and causing power outages, but Kyiv said its air defences had limited the damage. Air raid sirens blared across the country and men, women and children huddled in the capital's cavernous metro system to take cover during the latest big wave of missile strikes since Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine.
- The Desert Sun
A retired aerospace engineer describes his idea to build an underground tunnel to deal with the Salton Sea crisis.
- Sacramento Bee
Capital’s rainfall totals are 22% above the average for this time of year.
- Fox Weather
Not only has heavy snow not taken the weekend off in California's Sierra Nevada, but it's working right into Monday as well, as a stubborn low-pressure system continues to swirl just off the Northern California coast.
- The Conversation
Downed powerlines can mean weeks without power. AP Photo/Matt SlocumIn areas where storms or extreme heat and cold have knocked out the power for days at a time, people are starting to ask whether investing in rooftop solar and battery storage systems can keep the lights on and the air conditioner running when the power grid can’t. When the grid goes down, most solar systems that lack a battery will also shut down. But with batteries, a home can disconnect from the grid. Each day, the sun powers
- The Weather Network
The mid-Atlantic “golden rainforest” is expected to capture one gigatonne of carbon dioxide each year.
No one could predict what President Donald Trump would do in the last days of December 2020, and stunned onlookers could only wait and hope. One lobbyist recalled how he didn’t dare to bring up the elephant in the room as Trump debated signing the $900 billion COVID recovery stimulus bill into law. “We didn’t want to give him any excuse not to sign it,” the lobbyist said. They hoped Trump wouldn’t notice a provision hidden deep within the hundreds of pages of legislative text — one that would so
After a brief break from the storm train along the West Coast much of this week, another round of Pacific storms will take aim at the northwestern United States beginning on Thursday. AccuWeather meteorologists say that at least three storms will unleash drenching rain, mountain snow and gusty wind through the middle of December. The storm that pushed southeastward along the Pacific coast this past weekend was winding down on Monday. The storm dropped a general 1-2 inches of rain on Northern Cal
It has been thousands of years since the first cats were domesticated, but we still don’t seem to have much control over them. Many people let their cats come and go as they please, perhaps forgetting—or not caring—that domestic cats kill billions of birds and mammals each year. Over half of pet cats in the U.S. spend time outside, and worldwide the animals have contributed to the extinction of at least 33 species, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
- Redding Record Searchlight
Interstate 5 north of Redding reopened around 1 p.m. Monday after being closed for several hours.
- The News-Press
Lee County announced Monday morning they have collected over 4 million cubic yards of Hurricane Ian debris in a little over two months.