CBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has a check at the forecast.
- Idaho Statesman
Video of the release shows the furry creature peeking up at the conservation officer before scampering off through the snow.
Isaac Ortman started sleeping in his Minnesota backyard as a fun activity during the pandemic. The Boy Scout hopes to continue sleeping outside through college.
- The News-Press
Four months after Hurricane Ian walloped Southwest Florida, the clean-up efforts continue on Fort Myers Beach. Canals remain filled with debris.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide successfully split hydrogen and oxygen from seawater, offering new hope for cheaper and more accessible renewable energy for coastal regions.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The scenic highway has been closed from just south of Ragged Point in San Luis Obispo County to Lime Creek in Monterey County for weeks.
Wind speed and weather data has been used to track its possible path.
- USA TODAY
Lake Erie's water levels have gone down from record highs but how low will the water levels go? Here's an outlook for the rest of 2023.
- Sacramento Bee
Rain is forecast to fall across the Sacramento Valley this weekend. Plus, heavy mountain snow could affect mountain travel.
- Hillsdale Daily News
Fire Engineer Matt Halleck — a training officer in Hillsdale — said there's not much firefighters can do to extinguish electrical vehicle fires.
A rare green comet made a close encounter with Earth on Wednesday night for the first time in 50,000 years and the spectacle was spotted in the sky over Massachusetts.
- Bradenton Herald
Here’s the latest update on red tide conditions for the Bradenton and Sarasota area.
- The Bulletin
Get ready for cold weather this weekend
- Naples Daily News
The Naples City Council increased beach parking prices to $4 an hour. By October, the cost will go up to $5.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Experts don’t know what drives the migration.
- Tri-City Herald
“They are a blight and an eyesore on our beautiful hills,” said one Tri-Cities native.
An adventurous Texan decided to take his fanboat on the ice-covered road of North Texas. Earlier this week, a winter storm swept across the state of Texas. According to the Dallas Morning News, North Texas got an inch and a half of sleet on Tuesday and freezing rain on Wednesday. Hundreds of thousands of people are without electricity, and thousands of flights have been canceled. Texas’ roads are also in a state of disarray, with plenty of roads impassable by car.
- Sacramento Bee
Weather app forecasts showed snow in the Sacramento area.
The only EV operating in Antarctica needed an upgrade because of climate change — it's just too warm.
- App.com | Asbury Park Press
While all say deaths are concerning, scientists, politicians and environmentalists quibble on the cause.
- The Olympian
The demonstrators remained motionless on the floor for about 30 minutes.