Environment And Nature

Nevada bear biologist gets protective order against activist

Oct 15, 2018

A judge has issued a temporary protective order to keep a Lake Tahoe activist away from a state bear biologist who says the woman stalked her during a long-running dispute over the capture of nuisance bears

In posthumous message, Hawking says science under threat

Oct 15, 2018

Stephen Hawking has spoken from beyond the grave to warn that science and education are under threat around the world

Michael lays bare Panhandle's weaker building codes

Oct 15, 2018

Michael lays bare Panhandle's weaker building codes

Global warming to leave us crying in our costlier beer

Oct 15, 2018

A new study says global warming may leave people crying in their costlier beer

Fracking begins in UK for first time since 2011

Oct 15, 2018

Protesters have gathered near the site of a horizontal shale exploration well in Lancashire in northwestern England, as the energy firm Cuadrilla began the hydraulic fracturing process.

Trump says climate change not a hoax, not sure of its source

Oct 15, 2018

Trump backs off his claim that climate change is a hoax, says he doesn't know if it's manmade and suggests the climate will "change back again"

4 days after storm, large swath of Panhandle suffering

Oct 15, 2018

Crews with backhoes and other heavy equipment are scooping up splintered boards and other debris in hurricane-flattened Mexico Beach, Florida, as the mayor holds out hope for the 250 or so residents who may have tried to ride out the storm

US lacks Latino historical sites and landmarks, scholars say

Oct 15, 2018

The lack of historical markers and preserved historical sites connected to Latino civil rights worries scholars who feel the scarcity is affecting how Americans see Hispanics in U.S. history

Bear cub with bucket on its head rescued after 3 days

Oct 14, 2018

Wildlife officials in Maryland tracked a black bear cub for three days in order to tranquilize it and remove a bucket that had gotten stuck on its head

Idaho wildlife official under fire for Africa hunting trip

Oct 13, 2018

The judgment of an Idaho Fish and Game Commission member is being questioned after he shared photos of himself posing with a family of baboons, including young baboons, he killed while hunting in Africa

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