Another record-breaking year of wildfires across the American West means more cities are bracing for impacts to their drinking water supplies. The “consistently clean, clear water” residents have enjoyed is changing.
Record-breaking wildfires are burning through the American West. As firefighters address their immediate effects, nearby residents are grappling with the lasting repercussions.
In response to a community reckoning on sexual assault, the Community Safety Network taught people how to support survivors. Could empathy lead to substantive change?
After the massive 1988 fires were extinguished, plenty of thorny questions remained: What did those fires mean for the park’s near-pristine rivers and lakes? And what is their legacy?
During a political forum for mayor and town council, many candidates revealed a blind spot when they were asked about the dearth of women, Latinx people in local politics.
A woman who posted her account of sexual assault on Facebook says the mayor tried to silence her in his effort to clear his own name of an unrelated allegation.
Health officials are urging people to shake their COVID fatigue before the county finds itself in emergency mode.
In 2011, Michael Kudar dressed in blackface for Halloween. Amid a widespread racial reckoning, do voters have an appetite for forgiveness?
People gathered to contemplate the huge strides RBG made in the battle for equal rights and the work that is still ahead.