Oregon Farmers Beg For Help As They Watch Crops Die In The Heat
Jacque Duyck Jones watched helplessly as many of her fruit plant shriveled in the sun.
Severe flash flooding in Texas prompts 245 water rescues, evacuations
An area of Texas that was still recovering from recent flooding was hit by more storms Wednesday.
First tropical storm forms as hurricane season gets underway
The National Hurricane Center said the tropical storm should begin to weaken by Saturday and dissipate over the weekend.
Paradise in the dark: Where Americans endure continuous power outages
Scripps National Correspondent Amber Strong looks into climate change's impact on the Caribbean islands and the race to find a solution.
Great Father's Day tool gifts for dads
Local hardware stores are filled with great gifts for dads, from inexpensive Yeti cups to electric lawn mowers and leaf blowers.
President Biden hosts UK PM for talks on economy, Ukraine and AI
President Biden and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak focused their meeting on economic and defense issues.
NOAA says an unusually early El Nino is on the way
An earlier start to El Nino makes 2023 more likely to be one of the warmer years on record.