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- The State
Eight earthquakes have been confirmed in the same area of South Carolina in little more than two months.
- USA TODAY
Over a hundred people reported seeing a fireball rip through the sky on the East Coast, but one home camera captured the phenomenon.
- Miami Herald
The ghost town was home to 27 families in the 1950s.
- The Weather Network
A major pattern change is set to sweep much of the country, with some very sharp reversals of fortune in some cases.
- Business Insider
The aurora could be visible as far south as New York, Wisconsin, and Washington state on Monday, thanks to a geomagnetic storm
When solar winds interact with Earth's magnetic field, they can create auroras. Strong geomagnetic storms send the lights farther south.
- CBS News
A 30-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of starting the blaze, which as of Saturday was only 10% contained.
- Idaho Statesman
Bogus Basin, the Trinity Mountains, Tamarack Resort and the McCall area received some early snow.
- NBC News
Hottest homes, coolest prices: Why cash-strapped families are moving to regions with extreme climates
“People are much more fixated on budget and being close to family or work than thinking about climate risk,” said one housing expert.
- The Daily Beast
JOSH EDELSONOver two days in the summer of 1910, wildfires roared across the bone-dry forests of the inland Northwestern U.S., the Rockies, and parts of British Columbia. Whole towns burned. The blazes scorched 3 million acres of forest, an area the size of Connecticut, and left behind a legacy that profoundly changed how the U.S. managed wildfires—and ultimately how fires behave today.The Big Burn shook firefighting agencies and officials, most notably the newly formed U.S. Forest Service and i
- Miami Herald
Hurricane Sam weakened slightly to a Category 3 storm on Monday as it continued barreling across the Atlantic, and forecasters are also eyeing three systems that could turn into tropical depressions this week, including the remnants of Peter.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
A wildfire burning north of Silverthorne has forced authorities to issue evacuation orders for some residents near the fire.
Comedian Chris Rock has an old joke about how bad Bill Gates would feel if he woke up one day with Oprah's money. The point was that "rich" is a subjective term. The same holds true if you make a lot...
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LA PALMA, Spain (Reuters) -A volcano on Spain's La Palma island began ejecting lava again on Monday after a lull, while hundreds of people in coastal villages hunkered down in anticipation of lava emitted in previous days reaching the sea and releasing toxic gas. Spurts of vivid lava emerged from the Cumbre Vieja volcano in the early evening and snaked down the dark mountainside after a period of several hours without explosions, according to Reuters witnesses. "Activating and deactivating is logical, natural in the evolution of Strombolian volcanoes," said Miguel Angel Morcuende, director of the Pevolca response committee, referring to the type of violent eruption that emits incandescent dust.
As cryptocurrency trading becomes more commonplace, all eyes are on the amount of energy it’s consuming. Here’s what eco-conscious investors need to know.
- FTW Outdoors
A trail camera in Canada’s Yukon Territory has captured footage showing a large grizzly bear marking territory by standing and rubbing its back against a tree.
- Miami Herald
Hurricane Sam has strengthened into a Category 4 storm again as it moves north across the Atlantic’s open waters. Forecasters are also monitoring three disturbances forecast to turn into tropical depressions soon.
Red hot lava from a volcano that devastated the Spanish island of La Palma reached the Atlantic Ocean late on Tuesday evening, nine days after it started to flow down the mountain, wrecking buildings and destroying crops. Officials said the lava flowing into the sea could trigger explosions and clouds of toxic gases and the Canary Islands' emergency service urged those outdoors to immediately find a safe place to shelter. "When the lava reaches the sea, the lockdown must be strictly observed," Miguel Angel Morcuende, director of the Pevolca response committee, said earlier on Tuesday.
- Associated Press
Seasonal monsoon rains may worsen flooding that has already badly affected about a third of Thailand, officials said Monday as flood gates and pumping stations were being used to reduce the potential damage. A tropical storm over the weekend swept through the upper part of the country, causing flash floods that affected 58,977 families, the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation reported. Boontham Lertsukekasem, the department’s director-general, told reporters that 12 provinces along the Chao Phraya river, including Bangkok and the old capital Ayutthaya, should be prepared for new flooding as water levels increase in the Chao Phraya dam by 30 centimeters to 1 meter (1-3 feet) over the next few days.
- Washington Examiner
Self-proclaimed shaman accused of starting California fire said she was trying to boil bear urine: Police
A California woman professing to be a shaman who was arrested and charged with igniting the wildfire that has thousands of homes under threat claimed the fire was started inadvertently while she was attempting to boil bear urine, authorities said.