People across western New York are still digging free from the intense Christmas snowstorm last weekend. High-lift vehicles and dump trucks are clearing the streets of snow. Some neighborhoods are clearing their own paths out. Katherine and Mike Bundt, who live in Buffalo, explain how the city is looking compared to last week.
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Cameras spotted the wildcat prowling through the mountains.
‘No way to charge this battery’: This Tesla owner got stranded on Christmas Eve because his Model S failed in the cold — here's why EVs can struggle when temperatures plunge
The video went viral. EV owners take note.
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The foxes had previously not been seen near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park since the 1930s.
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Fox 4's Elyse Chengery went along with crews as they worked to remove boats stuck in mangrove trees since Hurricane Ian.
- The Weather Network
A feisty Texas low eyeing Atlantic Canada will bring heavy snow for some, heavy rain for most, and sweep the region with gusty winds all the while.
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The Biden administration on Thursday withdrew 225,504 mineral-rich acres from being able to be leased for mining for 20 years over environmental concerns.
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Actor Julian Sands latest hiker to encounter disaster near popular LA mountain, expert weighs in on dangers
A hiking expert spoke to Fox News Digital about the conditions in a popular Los Angeles recreation area where a British actor has been missing for two weeks.
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Dramatic video shows a couple racing to outrun a tornado in Texas, jumping into a ditch for shelter.
- Associated Press
After 18 years, a $1.5 billion project was officially completed Wednesday to repair the sprawling dike around Florida's Lake Okeechobee that protects thousands of people from potentially catastrophic flooding during hurricanes. The Herbert Hoover Dike project overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was completed three years ahead of schedule and at a savings of $300 million over the original cost estimate, officials said at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the lake's shore in Clewiston. “Herbert Hoover Dike has never been in better shape than it is right now,” said Col. James Booth, commander of the Corps of Engineers' Jacksonville district.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A string of winter storms that brought heavier than average snow and rain across the west increased snowpack in the Western Rockies to 146 percent of average, a gain that holds the potential to boost reservoir levels in the coming months. Despite the extra snowpack, experts say it’s too early to tell what…
The National Weather Service says a snowfall record was set in Dayton Wednesday.
- Akron Beacon Journal
People who went to bed early missed the bulletins at 9 p.m. Wednesday. They woke up to a screeching winter nightmare in 1978.
- Modesto Bee
Modesto already has more than an average year’s rainfall with two months to go in the main storm season.
AccuWeather meteorologists say a storm will dip southward along the Pacific coast of the United States later this weekend to early next week. And while this storm may have limited moisture, it will likely cause travel disruptions as it spreads snow and triggers gusty thunderstorms, especially in Southern California. Pacific storms have been tracking inland over the West Coast but mainly to the north of California over the past 10 days or so. Meteorologists sometimes refer to storms that track ac
Read any article about the clean energy revolution, and chances are you’ll run into some staggering numbers about how demand for lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other minerals and metals is projected to rise over the next few decades.
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An arctic blast looming this weekend has the potential to be the most significant winter cooldown for the northern tier of the country since December.
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“Anyone else woken up by that earthquake?”
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Meteorologist Heather Waldman breaks down the possible rain and snow happening this weekend.
A study published Wednesday shows just how bad the environmental damage will be if the United States switches to EVs while maintaining our current lust for large, personal vehicles. It’s not good, and the only way to avert disaster, according to researchers, is for Americans to give up their super car-centric lifestyles for accessible mass transit, walkable cities, and robust battery recycling programs.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
In a matter of days, Fairfield Lake State Park southeast of Dallas-Fort Worth could go to a developer. The state has little time left to stop it.