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2 hrs ago | KTVU Oakland
A slow-moving landslide in Jackson, Wyoming, has split a home on a hill in half.
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6 hrs ago | KRQE Albuquerque
Don owned dealerships in Rio Rancho, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. According to the Sandia Foundation website, he also served on the following boards: The UNM Board of Regents, University of New Mexico Foundation, College of Santa Fe Board of Trustees, Expolra Science and Children's Museum, 4-H Foundation, Junior Achievement, and the New Mexico ... (more)
13 hrs ago | Ohio.com
Federal officials reported in the fall that white amurs, a species of Asian carp, appear to be reproducing naturally in the Lake Erie basin for the first time.
A shallow magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Saturday evening eight miles from Bodfish, Calif., near Lake Isabella in Kern County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey .
THOUSANDS of Christian pilgrims have thronged the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to celebrate the holy fire ceremony on the eve of Easter.
A POWERFUL earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 has struck off Papua New Guinea, the US Geological Survey says.
Cutting a direct path through the East Bay hills, the Hayward Fault is the San Andreas Fault's less-celebrated sibling.
An earthquake struck late Saturday off Papua New Guinea's eastern coast with a preliminary magnitude of 7.5, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Unhealthily high levels of mercury have been found in fish in national parks in Alaska and the West, proving that even the most remote lakes and streams in the U.S. aren't immune to mercury pollution.
A strong 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck off Papua New Guinea's Bougainville Island on Saturday but there was no risk of a widespread tsunami, seismologists said.
The quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 6.9, struck about 39 miles southwest of Panguna, Papua New Guinea, at a depth of about 28 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Teck Resources said on Friday its Red Dog operation in Alaska, the world's largest zinc and lead mine, is operating as usual after two earthquakes struck a few miles from the site.
A slow-moving landslide threatening the affluent Wyoming community of Jackson is picking up speed, and efforts to stabilize the area were called off because of safety concerns, city officials said on Friday.
Two earthquakes, a magnitude 5.5 and a magnitude 5.4, struck near the Red Dog Operations zinc-lead mine in remote northwest Alaska, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
A powerful earthquake rattled Southern Mexico Friday morning, sending people scrambling into the streets in populated areas such as Mexico City.
Raymond Hruby, general manager of technical services at TVAa SWatts Bar Unit 2, speaks to the Rotary Club of Cleveland.