Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh is tracking a tropical disturbance and what to expect this weekend in the First Alert Forecast.
- Miami Herald
The occurrence is “still not fully understood by scientists,” officials say.
- Charlotte Observer
Temperatures may have reached 140 degrees in the car.
- Orlando Sentinel
ORLANDO, Fla. — The National Hurricane Center has its eye on two systems with the potential to form into the season’s next tropical depression or storm. New on Saturday is an area of low pressure the could form early next week in the northern Gulf of Mexico. In the NHC’s 2 p.m. tropical outlook, forecasters said any development would be slow as it drifts to the west over the northwestern Gulf, ...
- Idaho Statesman
The decision to auction off Cougar Island is a tragedy for Idaho, but it was what the Idaho Constitution mandated that the Land Board do, writes the editorial board. It should be amended to allow other values to be considered. | Opinion
- Charlotte Observer
The quake had a depth of 0.8 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- The Weather Network
On this day in weather history, Roy Sullivan was struck by lightning for the seventh time.
Many travelers pack incorrectly, mispronounce Hawaiian words, and don't buy local while visiting places like the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu.
These common traps are costing you hundreds on electricity, water and heat — here's how to get your utility bills on lock
The average American now spends $114 a month on power, not to mention over $70 on water and over $63 on natural gas.
- The Ledger
The 2021 Challenge removed 223 invasive Burmese pythons last summer, more than twice the number that was eliminated during the 2020 competition
- Associated Press
The Dutch government said Friday it will cut the maximum number of flights allowed each year at the country's busiest aviation hub, Schiphol Airport, in an attempt to reduce noise and air pollution. The decision — expected to come into force late next year — to cut the number of flights allowed from around 500,000 to 440,000 is a further blow to the airport, which has seen chaos in recent weeks amid security staff shortages, with hours-long lines of passengers waiting to board flights. The airport last week announced it will have to reduce the number of passengers it can handle each day by around 13,500 over the busy summer period because of the staff shortages.
- The Telegraph
The RSPB should stop targeting game shoots and focus on cats, the head of Countryside Alliance has said.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
There are about 100,000 alligators prowling along South Carolina. Most live in the Lowcountry, but they’re found elsewhere too.
- The Tuscaloosa News
One of marijuana’s greatest negative environmental impacts could well be the result of law enforcement efforts to destroy the crops.
- American City Business Journals
As existing lot supply dwindles for homebuilders, developers are busy gobbling up land to pave the way for new master-planned communities that will bring hundreds of thousands of homes to the Valley. Here's a look at eight that will change the landscape of the Valley.
Hold on to your wallet. Due to inflation and prices surging for natural gas, heating oil and other fuels, you will see a significant rise in your utility bills. So if you've opened your electric bill...
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STORY: The sunset tide was not high enough to activate the Mose flood barriers, launched in 2020 to protect the fragile city from flooding during the high water.Venice's floods are caused by a combination of factors exacerbated by climate change - from rising sea levels and unusual high tides to land subsidence that has pushed down the city ground level.They usually occur in autumn and winter months.
Steve Irwin’s wife, Terri, and children, Bindi and Robert, tell PEOPLE what the Crocodile Hunter Lodge means to their father's legacy
- The Columbus Dispatch
Just 2% of Earth's 1 million known insect species are harmful to plants, animals or humans. Here are 10 that can damage your vegetable gardens.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The 2022 Wisconsin deer season will feature slightly more late hunts and a small drop in antlerless permits
The Natural Resources Board on June 22 approved rules for the Wisconsin deer hunting seasons for this coming fall and winter.
With temperatures that regularly soar into the triple-digits and an unusual stretch in June during which temperatures soared to 113 degrees Fahrenheit or higher for several days, the city of Phoenix has concocted a new method of keeping the area cool throughout the summer months. Road crews have been out working in Phoenix-area streets, but not just to pave or patch potholes. The city's Street Transportation Department has sent out crews on a unique mission: to spray a special solution onto dark