Many Americans were concerned about Islamic extremism and ISIS even before the shootings in Chattanooga, but now the latest poll from Pew Research shows some 53 percent of people said they are very concerned about it in the U.S.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced it will begin curtailing fishing hours on most of Oregon’s rivers beginning Saturday, July 18.
Following the shooting in Chattanooga Thursday, an images of the glass doors of the targeted military establishments punctured with bullet holes began circulating.
A man who has spent the last 24 years hunting for the Loch Ness Monster has reportedly concluded that the creature may just be a giant catfish.
Wildland firefighters across the West capture images that show the terrible beauty of fire season.
San Bernardino National Forest confirms that fire is now more than 3,500 acres. 20 vehicles destroyed, 10 others badly damaged.
The annual spring wildlife survey in the Rogue River Wilderness captured dozens of high-resolution images of carnivores and other wildlife.
No one was injured in the fire, but 250 jobs went up in smoke along with the mill. In the last year, the Springfield City Council has pushed to keep the Swanson Group in town by making the mill site an enterprise zone.
From Ground Zero to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a local therapy dog trainer who has been all over the country helping people in times of crisis was recently hit by her own tragedy.
An empty canoe and flip-flops floating down the McKenzie River Friday triggered an emergency response.