Category Environmental

Feds Arrest 5 Members of “Militia” Run by House Candidate

Federal authorities have arrested and charged five members of a militia allegedly run by a former candidate for Congress for their alleged actions on Jan. 6. A criminal complaint only names one of the five individuals, Brian Preller, who, according… Continue Reading →

Woman Dies After Plunging into Giant 80ft Hole on Walk with Partner

A 31-year-old woman has died after plunging into a giant 80ft ‘blowhole’ whilst walking on top of a cliff. Laura Jayne Newcombe was having a walk with her partner at Trevose Head, Cornwall when she fell down the treacherous Round… Continue Reading →

Rain Water is No Longer Safe To Drink According to Scientists

Rainwater is no longer safe to drink anywhere on Earth by US contamination guidelines, according to a team of environmental scientists. That’s because rainwater across the planet now contains hazardous chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). In a paper published in… Continue Reading →

Brothers Killed by Snakes – Only Days Apart

A 22-year-old man has died by a snake bite just days after he travelled to attend the funeral of his brother, who had also been killed by a snake. Arvind Mishra, 38, passed away last Tuesday (2 August) after suffering… Continue Reading →

Experts Warn of California Disaster ‘Larger Than Any in World History’

“Megadrought” may be the main weather concern across the West right now amid the constant threat of wildfires and earthquakes. But a new study warns another crisis is looming in California: “Megafloods.” Climate change is increasing the risk of future floods that could submerge multiple cities and displace millions… Continue Reading →

How One North Carolina Man Saved Apples

Rescuing more than 1,200 lost varieties of apples isn’t for the faint of heart. It requires meticulous organization, persistence, and research methods that range from conventional to one-of-a-kind. That’s where Tom Brown of Clemmons, North Carolina, enters the picture, according… Continue Reading →

Hundreds Stranded in Death Valley National Park Amid Flooding

All roads in and out of Death Valley National Park are closed after unprecedented amounts of rainfall caused substantial flooding in the area, park officials said Friday. Approximately 500 visitors and 500 staff are currently unable to exit the park,… Continue Reading →

Boy, 13, Rushed to Hospital with ‘Blood Gushing Out of His Face’ After Nurse Shark Attack

Fischer Hricko, 13, told Florida’s News6 he was attacked by a nurse shark, who bit his upper lip, leaving him needing stitches. While in the water to catch a lobster with a net, Hricko said he felt a nudge on… Continue Reading →

Local Militia is Fighting Forest Fires

The parking lot of H&L Lumber in Mariposa, California, was host to a flurry of activity Sunday as members of a local militia sporting military-style fatigues handed out pancakes and steak sandwiches to evacuees of the Oak Fire raging nearby. Along… Continue Reading →

60-Year-Old Woman Injured in Seal Attack

A 60-year-old woman was injured after she was attacked by a local seal called Rocky in a traumatic ordeal at a busy Hawaiian tourist beach. The swimmer was in the water at a Waikiki beach on Sunday morning when she… Continue Reading →

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