More than 200 people are missing in Northern California as the Camp Fire continues to burn, and more than 42 people have died.
"The community has been through a lot. It's kind of surreal, honestly," says Casey Hatcher, economic and community development manager for Butte County, California.
President Trump issued a major disaster declaration, activating federal aid to help those impacted by the devastating and deadly blazes.
A bipartisan group in the House aimed at finding solutions to climate change lost around half its Republican members in last week's midterm elections.
Xavier Cortada is asking people to transform discarded campaign signs into yard art as part of his "Underwater Homeowners Association" project.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Glen MacDonald, a professor and climate scientist at UCLA who's studied climate change and the causes and impacts of wildfires.
On Sunday night, the Camp Fire north of Sacramento tied the deadliest in California history with 29 fatalities.
At least five people have died in the Camp Fire in Butte County, California. The wildfire on Thursday forced almost 30,000 people to flee their homes.
Supporters of the tax see the damage carbon emissions have done to the environment. Others oppose it, because it'll hit their wallets the hardest.
Some scientists believe they can play a role in the fight against drought, Maggie Mullen of the Mountain West News Bureau reports.
Economic growth is good — that's one of the few things both Democrats and Republicans agree on. But Ajay Singh Chaudhary argues the focus on economic growth has "driven us...
Satellite photos show only a few slivers of land where Hawaii's East Island once was.
For those able to return to their homes, the area between Mexico Beach and Port Saint Joe is one big construction site.
After Hurricane Michael destroyed their homes, many in the Florida Panhandle are struggling to find long-term housing. WFSU's Regan McCarthy has the latest.
The river is one of the state's most important. But scientists, researchers and people in the oyster industry say the ecosystem is under serious threat.
T.J. Ward, a fifth-generation oysterman, says leaving Apalachicola, Florida, isn't something he's considering, no matter how hard life gets.
Tropical depression Willa is dumping torrential rains on west-central Mexico and is expected to hit the Northeast U.S. this weekend.
Indonesia is the world's second largest source of marine plastic waste, following China.
The spill was triggered by Hurricane Ivan, and the oil company involved, Taylor Energy, has tried to keep it hidden from the public.
The city's water utility says floodwaters flowing into supply lakes contain high levels of silt and mud.