Clean-up Operations Underway In Western Germany After Deadly Flooding
Newsy reports from Western Germany, where devastating flooding has killed almost 200 people and left many missing.
A furry friend has the best chance of saving lives in avalanches
Avalanche dogs can search acres of terrain in a fraction of the time humans can. Frank, a black lab in Snowbird, Utah, shows us how.
Residents sue Louisiana parish to halt polluting plants
The lawsuit says the St. James Parish council approved the construction of several factories that emit harmful amounts of toxic chemicals.
Navajo Nation fights for water access in front of Supreme Court
Navajo Nation was left out of Colorado River allocations as western states fight over its resources. Now they're fighting for reassignments.
L.A. area hit with its strongest tornado in 4 decades
A tornado touched down just east of downtown Los Angeles, significantly damaging nearly a dozen buildings.
DeSantis to expand 'Don't Say Gay' law to all grades
The rule change would ban lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity from grades 4 to 12.
Why does today's audience say certain fictional characters are gay?
In this segment of "Pop Quiz," Scripps News explores how historians and viewers are speculating about queer subtext in new and old media.