Florence isn't a preview of what is to come from climate change; it is an example of what climate change is doing to storms right now.
Senior projects reporter Tony Bartelme reports that harmful algae blooms are a growing worldwide menace, and a lab in Charleston is in the thick of the search to identify unbelievably dangerous toxins.
Florence's floodwaters breached a dam holding back a large reservoir at a Wilmington power plant Friday, and coal ash from an adjacent dump could be flowing into the Cape Fear River.
Peter Dykstra and Host Bobby Bascomb discuss the extra hardships that the Gullah and Geechee people, who are descended from slaves and live off the coast of South Carolina, face in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Then, they note the dangers of an alternative to BPA and take a look at how the removals of major hydroelectric dams can help struggling fish populations recover.
As Hurricane Florence floods dozens of hog waste pits, many in the state are wondering when the broken factory farm system will be fixed
Unions and greens have had a very public divorce—but rethinking their relationship is now more critical than ever
A massive effort to get federal health officials and academic scientists on the same page doesn't appear to be working.
A landslide caused a natural gas pipeline 35 miles west of Pittsburgh to explode on Monday. It wasn't an isolated incident.
The controversial study suggests that BPA exposure deemed safe by the feds could alter the amount of insulin released and elevate people's type 2 diabetes risk