Once again, California regulators proposed rolling back the value of credits homeowners get from utilities for excess power their solar panels send to the grid. Anne Makovec reports. (11-22-22)
- Modesto Bee
Modesto Bee readers speak their minds about the almond industry, wind and solar energy, and Donald Trump | Letters
- USA TODAY
A "rogue wave" hit the Viking Polaris earlier this week – when the Antarctica cruise was heading to Ushiaia, Argentina, travel company Viking said.
An Island Nation In The Pacific Is Rapidly Sinking, So To Make People Pay Attention, They Put Forth A Digitized (And Devastating) Plea
At high tide, up to 40% of its capital is underwater. Experts predict the island nation could be uninhabitable within the next 50 to 100 years, though locals fear it could be sooner.View Entire Post ›
- Out Traveler
This parasite goes to creepy lengths to get back to its prefered host!
- 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
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
There are far cheaper and more secure options to find new water for Arizona than desalinating ocean water from the Sea of Cortez.
- Tacoma News Tribune
“To all you Clark Griswolds out there, we know you love decorating for Christmas but this is a step too far!”
Michael Steele warned about what could come next from the far-right Georgia Republican.
Elon Musk reminded his followers on Friday that owning Twitter now means he controls every aspect of the company — including what its employees said behind closed doors before he took over. Earlier this week, Musk teased the release of what he called "The Twitter Files," declaring that the public "deserves to know what really happened" behind the scenes during Twitter's decision to stifle a story about Hunter Biden back in 2020. On Friday evening, Musk delivered, sort of.
- LA Times
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife reportedly began receiving calls about turkey attacks on mail carriers in October 2021.
It was a snowy start to meteorological winter across the mountains of California Thursday as a winter storm tracked across the state, and AccuWeather forecasters say that more snow is on the way. The storm arrived in Northern California late Wednesday and continued throughout Thursday, delivering much-needed rain to the lower elevations. San Francisco International Airport measured 0.71 of an inch of rain on Thursday, nearly half of the 1.58 inches of rain that fell in all of November. A yardsti
- The News-Press
Army Corps: Lake Okeechobee is higher than it's been on Dec. 2 in the past 14 years, since lake discharge regulations were last updated in 2008.
The reptiles are being moved from a breeding centre to a far-away zoo, making conservationists uncomfortable.
- CBS News
It is oozing at a speed of less than 50 yards per hour, meaning it takes about two hours to move the length of a football field.
- The Tuscaloosa News
"Deer: The Animal Answer Guide" tells readers why antlers are different from horns, whether deer can see the bright orange that hunters wear and more.
- Town & Country
From the transport to the catering to the light fixtures, green credentials have been factored into every aspect of the ceremony.
- Fox News
Twitter video from a doorbell camera shows the moment a bright meteor or fireball streaks across dark Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, skies on Thursday evening.
- Out Traveler
Researchers have located a 68-mile-wide crater left by a giant asteroid they believe may have devastated a very different planet over three billion years ago.
- The Coloradoan
Here's a look at top wind gusts around the state and what's causing the latest wind storm.
- Redding Record Searchlight
Storms are expected to drop eight inches to a foot of snow in the mountains and foothills above 3,000 feet between Saturday and Sunday afternoon.