Take it from me, the climate crisis is here. But we can still fight it.
Hurricane Laura’s torrential rain and destructive winds are battering the Gulf Coast.
A lack of data and options is trapping people in flood-prone homes and driving inequality.
With at least 6,444 schools at high risk of flooding and families retreating to safer ground, educators struggle to serve those who stay.
The ASEEDS Creek Rangers program is teaching kids why climate science is personal and empowering them to change their communities.
How residents in and around Midland are dealing with a 500-year flood at the worst possible time.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said the state will "hold people responsible" for failing dams that contributed to the flooding.
Gov. Tate Reeves has warned Mississippians that the state is “not in the clear yet.”
“We expect the river to continue to rise over the next 24 hours or so. We are not out of the woods yet," Gov. Tate Reeves said.
The water can be a lot deeper than it looks.