Global warming and overfishing are reshaping the lives of these birds by driving fish deeper into cooler waters and sometimes beyond their reach. (Nov. 13)
- Miami Herald
“Oh great another thing to worry about.”
- Palm Beach Daily News
Delray Beach geoscientist Rosie Moore is into apex predators & modeling. An Instagram post that featured both is helping her break gender stereotypes
- In The Know by Yahoo
When the snow starts to fall this winter, this dog dad has the perfect potty hack.
- Canary Media
The 100-megawatt utility-scale solar project just announced by Erthos is not even close to the largest solar project currently being developed in the U.S., but it will be the only large solar farm with panels installed directly on the ground, without elevated steel racking or trackers. Erthos signed an agreement…
- Popular Mechanics
Getting close to Earth’s sun-hot core is key to scaling geothermal energy plants. But it’s harder than it looks to dig miles into the ground.
A man-made environmental crisis is part of the anger building against Iran's government.
- Miami Herald
Doral residents are worried about a massive snake on the loose in their city.
- Bradenton Herald
Fish kills and breathing irritation continue for a large swath of the Southwest Florida coast.
Four years on, as the fallout from the Ukraine war halted Russian gas supplies to Poland, the local authorities postponed a ban on the dirtiest stoves for heating, and air pollution in Olpiny exceeded the norms by four-fold last month. "I feel completely helpless and abandoned by the state," said Julia Tkaczuk, 38, whose five-year-old son has asthma. While a number of European countries besides Poland, such as Germany and Hungary, are burning more polluting brown coal, or lignite, to keep the lights on, experts say it's the use of the fuel at home that will have the biggest impact on health.
- Motley Fool
Here, we take a look at five reasons why you may want to make the switch from Sam's Club to Costco. Now, to be fair, there are no Costco stores in Maine, West Virginia, Wyoming, or Rhode Island. If you're in school or move frequently for your job, you'll have a better chance of finding a nearby Costco following a relocation to a new city.
- Fox News
Volunteer firefighters in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, rescued a large buck that had fallen through the ice and into the freezing water of the Red Lake River on Monday.
- Sacramento Bee
“Bucks in the rut may also spar with and become tangled in swing sets, volleyball nets, bicycles, vegetable-wire cages, hoses, and more.”
- The News-Press
New stats Monday show Fort Myers Beach had more than $90 million in damage: 7 things to know about its 'functional paradise' goal.
- Charlotte Observer
One witness report came from 271 miles east of the quake center, the USGS says.
- The Weather Network
An airplane passenger was in the right place at the right time last week, recording video of the leading edge of a haboob in the skies above Colorado
- Fox Weather
Barge and ship captains across the Mississippi River are getting an early Christmas gift from Mother Nature – rain and lots of it.
- Associated Press
Lava from the world's largest volcano is no longer an imminent threat to the main highway across the Big Island of Hawaii, scientists said Thursday, a development that was a welcome reprieve for motorists who depend on the road. Mauna Loa was still erupting Thursday morning, but the lava that was feeding the flow heading toward the crucial road has been cut off, likely because of a reduced production rate, said David Phillips, deputy scientist-in-charge at U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. “That’s good news for us,” Hawaii County Mayor Mitch Roth said.
- USA TODAY
Hurricane season is over but forecasters thought a rare December subtropical storm had been brewing. Here's the latest.
- Fox Weather
A record 10.4 inches of snow fell on Tuesday in Anchorage, Alaska, which shut down schools and caused treacherous travel conditions.
- LA Times
Household wells in California are drying up in record numbers due to drought and groundwater overpumping. Rural families are the hardest hit.