Snow is done, clean up continues
Snow is done
A teacher was sucked out of her classroom by the powerful winds of a tornado near downtown Los Angeles on March 22.
The red tide in Florida washed up many dead fish on the state's southwestern coast. This map shows where the red tide is now.
Georgia DNR biologists got quite the surprise while checking a gopher tortoise hole in Tattnall County.
They called 911 from inside the tunnel when they realized they were lost.
This animal hasn’t been seen past the Wallowa Mountains in 30 years, wildlife officials say
As a child, Dong Van Canh watched while the rice fields of Vietnam's Mekong Delta were set alight to make way for the next crop, blackening the sky and flooding the air with potent greenhouse gases.In the Mekong Delta, Canh, now a 39-year-old rice farmer, does not leave straw out to decay on the paddies -- nor does he burn it, as his parents did before him.
The protected bird which made headlines because of its bond with a local famer is taken to a sanctuary.
Water gushed fiercely from a dam in northern Arizona on Wednesday, March 22, amid evacuation orders in the area due to potential flooding.Footage posted to Twitter shows Sullivan Lake, a reservoir situated near Paulden, Yavapai County, on Wednesday.According to the National Weather Service, flooding continued in “nearly every waterway in Yavapai County and northern Gila County” on Wednesday morning. Credit: Yavapai County Flood Control District via Storyful
California is drenched.
A "bomb cyclone" is wreaking havoc across an already soaked California, killing at least five people in the San Francisco Bay Area, including four hit by falling trees or limbs, officials said. A dramatic drop in atmospheric pressure triggered the so-called bomb cyclone that swept in from the Pacific Ocean and clobbered the San Francisco area. The storm packed heavy rain and wind gusts of up to 90 mph that knocked down trees, blocking major roadways and highways, officials said.
Images from space show the hard-hit California towns of Pajaro and Porterville before and after flooding caused by recent storms.
When Don Cameron first intentionally flooded his central California farm in 2011, pumping excess stormwater onto his fields, fellow growers told him he was crazy. With the drought-stricken state suddenly inundated by a series of rainstorms, California's outdated infrastructure has let much of the stormwater drain into the Pacific Ocean. Cameron estimated his operation is returning 8,000 to 9,000 acre-feet of water back to the ground monthly during this exceptionally wet year, from both rainwater and melted snowpack.
The U.S. Geological Survey found that the invasive Burmese python population in Florida has expanded from a small area near Everglades National Park to the bottom third of the Sunshine State
“Some ... are even rooting for nature to outflank man and see the old Tulare Lake alive again.”
On Wednesday, Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw told a Senate hearing he was “terribly sorry” for February’s fiery train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio. The train was loaded with poisonous chemicals. The most notable was vinyl chloride, a known human carcinogen. The resulting spills and plumes sickened many residents, killed 40,000 fish, and caused a temporary evacuation of many of the town’s 4,700 residents.
2 to 4 inches of snow are possible in southeast Wisconsin on Saturday, but the storm remains hard to predict.
Heavy snow in the Cascade mountains and the possibility of low-elevation snow could throw a wrench into spring break travel plans late this week
Though bald eagle numbers are rebounding across Ohio, majestic bird's Sunday morning visit to Middlebury Road area is still a delightful surprise.
Opinion by Marek Warszawski: “This is excitement for Firebaugh — and worrying,” says motel manager with 6,000-sandbag wall.
China is deploying thousands of sensors nearly a mile under the ocean's surface, to monitor the darkness for flashes of light that reveal the presence of a neutrino.