July 6, 2021
Firefighter Shortage Raises Concerns Amid Intensifying Wildfires
Many firefighters are leaving the field due to low wages.
Rainy weather could put a damper on your Memorial Day weekend plans
A look at the weather forecast for the next three days.
Meteorologists predict 'near-normal' 2023 Atlantic hurricane season
The hurricane season beginning June 1 will likely be average, but a highly likely El Niño could complicate the forecast.
Guam residents start recovery as typhoon Mawar drifts away
Efforts are now focused on repairing infrastructure and restoring services after the powerful storm hit the island.
Republican legislatures targeting academic tenure at universities
Some lawmakers want to curtail giving tenure to college professors, but opponents argue tenure protects educators from political whims.
Businesses, governments scaling back on drug testing
With there being nearly 4 million more job openings than unemployed Americans, companies are rethinking how they screen new hires for marijuana.
Texas House impeaches state Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas lawmakers voted to impeach state Attorney General Ken Paxton in a bipartisan vote.