The 7 Eyewitness News I-Team has discovered almost 10% of bridges in Erie County are rated poor by the state DOT. One bridge has been rated poor for almost 20 years.
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- Kansas City Star
“That would be so cool to find.”
A new report also identifies five states where price growth is outpacing the national average.
- The Weather Network
Snowfall warnings and special weather statements are in effect on the East Coast as the region endured a major snowstorm, lasting into Thursday.
- Columbia Daily Tribune
Countries are running out of sand and they need it badly. Because of this, organized crime groups are illegally trading sand and making huge profits.
Deep in the Amazon rainforest, the world's largest area containing isolated and uncontacted tribes is under increasing threat from illegal logging and gold mining, advancing coca plantations and drug trafficking violence, a new report warns. An undetermined number of indigenous people that could number several thousand inhabit a vast swathe of forest twice the size of Ireland that overlaps the Brazil-Peru border. In the most comprehensive study to date of the so-called Javari-Tapiche corridor, to be published on Thursday in Lima, a Peruvian indigenous organization says the world's largest number of uncontacted people are in danger.
- FTW Outdoors
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources on Monday asked social media followers if they could identify a 'slithery critter' photographed recently in a pine forest.
Winter storm watches and warnings were in effect Wednesday across parts of seven states ahead of a developing cross-country storm that AccuWeather meteorologists say will unleash all modes of hazardous weather late this week and into the weekend. The storm will be a jarring turnaround from recent weather in many places, especially across the western and central parts of the nation, where it will deliver significant snow in the wake of an unusual fall heat wave and a fairly tranquil stretch of we
- NBC News
A powerful, slow-moving storm continued to pound Hawaii on Tuesday as cameras captured images of natural disaster rarely seen in the island paradise.
The popular Ford Bronco Sport features a tiny, potentially industry-changing part that no other vehicle has
Ford's Bronco Sport SUV includes 100% recycled ocean-harvested plastic, or "ghost gear," for a particular part, the first of its kind.
- Stevens Point Journal
Two storm systems to hit Wisconsin Thursday to Saturday with biggest storm dropping 3 to 8 inches of snow
A small storm system will hit the state on Thursday followed by a bigger system Friday that will drop several inches of snow across the state.
- Wichita Eagle
Brandon Steven has purchased two more California dealerships, but this time, cars aren’t the only draw.
- Robb Report
The zero-carbon-emissions catamaran will hit the water in less than two years.
- Wichita Eagle
A trooper said the earthquake rocked his patrol car from side to side.
China reportedly used weather modification technology to clear Beijing’s skies for the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) centenary earlier this year. Making it rain: Scientists from Tsinghua University suggested that the Chinese government conducted a cloud-seeding activity the day before the CCP’s 100th-year celebration in Tiananmen Square on July 1, reported South China Morning Post. Cloud seeding is a technique that increases rainfall by dispersing certain substances into the air which make water droplets cluster.
- Associated Press Videos
Starting in January, banana peels, chicken bones and leftover veggies won't be allowed in most California trash bins under a mandatory food recycling program designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills. (Dec. 8)
- Detroit Free Press
The timberland, the group claims, is among the quality native forests left in the state.
- FTW Outdoors
For the second time this year an orca family group has been documented playing with sea jellies in California’s Monterey Bay.
- The Progress-Index
The National Weather Service said chances are high that the Petersburg, Virginia, will see a wintery mix across the area on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Savannah Morning News
New research has found wild hogs’ newfound taste for shellfish could have dire consequences for Southern marshlands.
Bone-chilling conditions are being reported across parts of Siberia, which has been experiencing some of the coldest air on Earth in recent days. Despite a blast of cold that is the most extreme in nearly eight years, "zombie fires" continued to burn beneath the frozen landscape. On Wednesday evening, the temperature in Delyankir, Russia, fell to an ungodly 78 degrees below zero Fahrenheit (61.0 degrees below zero Celsius). Last winter, the temperature fell to a minimum 73 below zero F (58.3 bel