Will Hurricane Ian cut Florida’s Gulf Coast real estate boom short?
Fleet supplies manager Scott Wilson, left, and shrimper Steven Maxey walk through the wreckage of shrimping trawlers at Erickson and Jensen Seafood Packers on Friday, Sep 30, 2022, at Fort Myers Beach. The company’s fleet of 12 boats, including the 96’, 200-tonne Double E in background, were heavily damaged as Hurricane Ian made landfall overnight on Wednesday. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)
Many California GOP candidates are against abortion. They just don’t like to talk about it
Abortion rights protesters hold signs on the northbound Interstate 5 on-ramp in downtown Sacramento, California, on July 4, 2022. California Republican leaders have been avoiding abortion discussions ahead of the Nov. 8 midterm elections. (Nathaniel Levine/The Sacramento Bee/TNS)
Parkland shooter had enough mental control to decide to ‘ruin’ Valentine’s Day forever, witness says
Tom and Gena Hoyer are shown in the courtroom gallery as a cellphone video is played of students reacting during the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the penalty phase of the trial of Nikolas Cruz at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022. The Hoyers' son, Luke, was killed in the shootings. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun Sentinel/TNS)
More water restrictions likely as California pledges to cut use of Colorado River supply
The Colorado River flows over rocks along its banks at Lee's Ferry, a narrow stretch that marks the divide between the river's upper and lower basins, May 16, 2022, in Arizona. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
As Salton Sea faces ecological collapse, a plan to save it with ocean water is rejected
Tim Lyons, 63, Professor UC Riverside, left, Caroline Hung, 24, doctoral student and Charlie Diamond, 36, postdoctoral fellow at UC Riverside use a corer to collect sample of sediments from lake bottom to study effects of runoff from farms into Salton Sea on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, in Thermal, California. (Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Eli Francovich: Arctic circle adventure highlights the paradox of privilege
Jim Wood, Cary Kopczynski and Chris Kopczynski kayak beneath an eroding river bank on the Noatak River in the Arctic Circle. (Eli Francovich/The Spokesman-Review/TNS)
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