Meteorologist Mike Haddad says a cooler weekend is ahead after a mild start to Friday.
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The La Niña climate pattern is one of the main drivers of weather in the U.S. and around the world, especially in late fall, winter and early spring.
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The President of the Canary Islands says the eruption is the "most damaging volcano in Europe in the last 100 years."
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Cal Fire said it had the blaze surrounded with fire retardant Friday night.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
Rain and snow will develop along the Front Range this afternoon, with wet roads and 40s for the evening commute.
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- The Weather Network
The resurgent phenomenon typically has effects far from its normal Pacific Ocean locale.
- USA TODAY
The leaves in your yard might be starting to fall to the ground. But if you were planning to add raking to your weekend to-do list, think again.
- USA TODAY
A Kansas fisherman caught a rare predatory fish. Experts are wondering how the Alligator Gar, never seen in the state, got into one of its rivers.
- Washington Examiner
One of three escaped zebras in Maryland was found dead, according to Prince George’s County Department of Environment.
- Business Insider
A criminology professor was charged with wildfire arson in California. The crime is far more common than you think.
Nine percent of wildfires in California are linked to arson, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.
- LA Times
As the government seeks an end to drift gill net fishing, a once booming swordfish industry draws its last breaths.
- Idaho Statesman
The grizzly appeared as the group was processing a hunted elk, officials said.
- Raleigh News and Observer
What time of day are deer most active? Are there more this year? What should you do if you hit one? Answers to some common questions.
A recent boom in oil and gas prices, along with severe weather, is making the mix of energy sources in the U.S. more expensive, volatile, and pollution-heavy.
Scientists are concerned about the impact of the rogue non-native herd near Escobar's former ranch.
- LA Times
The blaze has sent toxic smoke billowing southeast of Santa Barbara, triggering air quality advisories in Los Angeles and other counties.
- Associated Press
A moderately strong earthquake and an aftershock hit Indonesia’s resort island of Bali early Saturday, killing at least three people and destroying dozens of homes. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude 4.8 quake was centered 62 kilometers (38.5 miles) northeast of Singaraja, a Bali port town. A magnitude 4.3 aftershock followed.
- American City Business Journals
In the shadow of a Pueblo coal plant, a giant joint solar project between a utility and steel company could help "re-industrialize" the U.S. economy.