River levels are dropping as the drought continues – and the water’s getting warmer. That’s a problem for salmon and trout.
Across the drying state, musicians are writing songs about the lack of water, reports Ezra David Romero of Valley Public Radio.
The Department of Energy says wind power is poised to become one of the country’s largest sources of energy.
The stock market in China – the world’s biggest energy consumer – dropped 8 percent last night, sending oil prices to a four-month low.
Crews are picking up and bagging tons of debris that were swept out to sea when the tsunami hit in 2011.
It’s been an unprecedented start to Alaska’s fire season. Hundreds of wildfires are blackening nearly 5 million acres of the state.
Hot summer days are great for beachgoers, but they also endanger millions of lives. Heat is the No. 1 weather-related killer in the U.S.
About a thousand firefighters are battling a blaze 10 miles east of Walla Walla, Washington. It’s only about 5 percent contained.
Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Eugene, Olympia – all could be devastated in the Cascadia earthquake and ensuing tsunami.
On the brink of financial default, Puerto Rico is also grappling with the worst drought in its history.
July is normally the driest month, but the remnants of a tropical storm have brought heavy rainfall and thunderstorms to the region.
Scientists say the dredging project that created the islands has done massive damage to the coral reefs and aquatic life in the area.
Camp Lejeune – the Marine Corps training facility on North Carolina’s southern coast – has a long, complicated environmental history.
Washington State’s Olympic National Park is experiencing the worst wild-fire in the park’s history,
At a time when every rhino counts toward keeping the species going, what will happen next now that the days-old calf is safe?