By the early 1900s, trapping and poisoning had killed off most wolverines in the Lower 48, and today, fewer than 300 remain, mostly in Washington,...
A bacterial illness has spread through Baker County’s biggest herd of bighorn sheep, but a state wildlife biologist said it won’t be clear until later this year how severe the
The balmy first three months of 2018 has given New Zealand its hottest recorded start to a year, with mean temperatures soaring to 1.75C above average over the period.
Power outages have been reported in several Rotorua suburbs.
A State of Emergency was declared in Ngongotaha and the Rotorua Lakes Council was forced to activate its Emergency Operations Centre as wet weather forced evacuations and doused most of the country in large volumes of rain..
A predicted heatwave has public health officials warning people in Otago and Southland.
We put out the call for images of storm damage across the state Monday morning and our readers answered with some great shots.
School out for Roxburgh pupils as third day of thunderstorms looms.
The dial will be turned up even more on the summer heat at the start of next week.
Marine mammal experts are testing tissue samples for a potential common cause of the surge in carcasses found on the state's beaches this year.
Rangers discovered the whale on Saturday, the cause of death is unknown.
Temperatures in southern Maine topped 90 degrees Tuesday and are expected to do the same Wednesday, prompting school officials to dismiss students early and cancel sports practices, and sending people flocking to beaches.
Marine heatwaves are growing longer, stronger and more frequent thanks to climate change.
Brunswick schools are closed today and CMP crews are out 'in full force' after Thursday's brief but intense thunderstorm.
Biologists say plentiful food and other conditions are helping the rodents to thrive, and now the young ones are hitting the road.
Some tourists have canceled summer trips and lawmakers on Tobago have termed the sargassum invasion a “natural disaster.”
A lightning strike traumatises family and killed a family dog in Te Puke.
And the next few days show no signs of letting up.
Climate change is already impacting Floridians health, doctors say, and it's going to get worse in the future. That's why Florida doctors and nurses formed Florida Clinicians for Climate Action, an educational and activist group dedicated to teaching people and politicians about the dangers of climate change on human health.
The number of outages is down from a peak of 484,000 statewide after winds and rain ravaged the region Monday morning.