During a press conference, Florida Gov. DeSantis discussed the importance of demolishing the collapsed Surfside condo due to potential gusts from Tropical Storm Elsa, that could create "a really severe hazard."
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- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Some residents also reported hearing loud “booms” as the meteor roared past.
- Daily Paws
The first responders endured a few stings, but they still managed to save the sweet pup.
- USA TODAY
Authorities predict a high probability of above-average temperatures for much of the U.S. over the next several days as some areas hit the mid-100s.
- The Telegraph
Record temperatures have plunged parts of the Middle East into an energy crisis marked by 23-hour power cuts, failing healthcare systems and fuel-related protests. Years of warnings being ignored, resource mismanagement, corruption and climate change - combined with destabilising economic crises - have led to collapsing power grids and fuel shortages that are leaving businesses, hospitals and citizens in despair. Lebanon has been dealing with a minimum of three-hour power cuts a day since the en
- Idaho Statesman
People thought these objects were “ashtrays” or “piñatas.” The Idaho Department of Agriculture doesn’t want you to touch them.
- KFSN – Fresno
Kings SPCA is asking the public for donations to help save a puppy's life after she survived a terrifying ordeal.
Rapid growth in Big Sky is threatening the Gallatin River, a tributary of the Missouri River and a renowned fly fishing destination.
This Vermont Utility Is Revolutionizing Its Power Grid to Fight Climate Change. Will the Rest of the Country Follow Suit?
A Vermont electric utility company is revolutionizing its power grid to fight climate change. Will others follow?
- USA TODAY
'Going to be a long haul': Massive Dixie Fire merges with Fly Fire, tears through small town as California burns
More homes burned and 10,000 others were threatened Monday as the fast-growing Dixie Fire in Northern California wildfire merged with another blaze.
Thunderstorms brought heavy rain to parts of southern Utah on July 24, prompting officials to issue flash flood warnings throughout the afternoon and evening.This footage was recorded in Tropic, Utah, and shows submerged roads, rushing water, and a large tree being carried downstream by the surging floods.Further thunderstorms and intense weather were expected to move throughout the region, with the chance or more flash flooding. Credit: Edgar Erglis via Storyful
- CBS News
Beaches near Tampa have been littered with dead fish.
- Idaho Statesman
The non-native mountain goats invaded the area from Idaho, park officials said.
Torrential rain led to severe flooding in the town of Pahrump on Monday, July 26.
A widespread heat wave has begun across the contiguous U.S., with at least 30 million people likely to see temperatures reach or exceed 100°F by the end of the week. Why it matters: The hot weather, which comes courtesy of another heat dome building across the Southwest, Rockies and then sliding into the western Plains, will only aggravate drought conditions and worsen many of the western wildfires.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for fr
- CBS News Videos
A crew of old high school buddies at Life's a Beach Shoreline Services have helped clean Lake Minnetonka of seaweed for years and claim this year is off the charts. The crew brings the weeds to a local mulch store where they're composted and re-used. Erin Hassanzadeh has the story.
- Associated Press
With his cattle ranch threatened by a deepening drought, Jim Stanko isn’t cheered by the coming storm signaled by the sound of thunder. “Thunder means lightning, and lightning can cause fires,” said Stanko, who fears he’ll have to sell off half his herd of about 90 cows in Routt County outside of Steamboat Springs, Colorado if he can’t harvest enough hay to feed them. As the drought worsens across the West and ushers in an early fire season, cattle ranchers are among those feeling the pain.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
TAMPA — Among the crowd were recreational fishermen and a beach ambassador. A teacher and an attorney. A restaurant sustainability coordinator and a YouTuber with more than five million subscribers. All of them share a connection to the waters of the Tampa Bay area. On Sunday, they gathered in Tampa for a rally, where speakers lamented the Red Tide outbreak that has poisoned those waters and ...
- The Weather Network
There's a few myths surrounding these creatures, but they can actually be very beneficial.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Water management decisions being made right now are at least as much to blame as heat storms and drought.
Hydroponic farming used to be an answer to a problem few were aware of. Before global warming, growing food demands, care for the environment and water use became hot-button topics around the globe, most were utterly content with traditional farming methods. AgriFORCE Growing Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: AGRI) has been ahead of the curve and continues to set the pace in nontraditional farming alternatives. Vancouver, British Columbia-based AgriFORCE has dedicated its extensive intellectual property to