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Night-flying by California fire agencies could grow in the coming years given the increasing wildfire risk and drought conditions.
A sprawling blaze in Northern California grew on Monday into the largest wildfire ever recorded in the state, authorities said.
A historic town in Maryland, barely a blip on the map, is a blueprint for developing disaster: real estate development in the face of increasingly wet weather.
WNBC's Dave Price reports the latest on the heavy rains hitting the East Coast and excessive heat in the west.
The rain is not going away and it could create significant problems for airlines, USA Today reports.
While flooding forced emergency declarations in the northeast, the southwest experienced record-breaking high temperatures, USA Today reports.
A heatwave in Southern California's major lemon growing region this month caused a loss of lemons and squeeze in supplies, which has driven up wholesale prices about 40 percent or more in some markets.
The National Weather Service has warned that several more onslaughts of heavy rain are expected in the East this week, leading to "potentially dangerous, even life-threatening flooding," according to USA Today.
With the United States pulling out of the Paris Agreement in 2017, Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon warned that there may be difficulty in mobilizing the funds necessary to effect climate change issues.
The National Hurricane Center said Hurricane Beryl, located off the northeast coast of South America, would be the first hurricane of the season, USA Today reports.
NBC News' Blake McCoy reports on the heat wave sweeping across the nation.
Analysts have been waiting to see how many Model 3 vehicles the electric car maker has made.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on efforts to mitigate rising risks to real estate due to more extreme weather events in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Baton Rouge emerges from devastating floods to lead the battle against rising water. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
A "heat dome" will lead to high temperatures in the central and eastern US over the weekend. USA Today reports.
AT&T and Verizon are experimenting with drones to bring back phone service following natural disasters. AT&T used one of its drones in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria wiped out over 90 percent of the region's cell sites. Verizon is still testing its cellular drones, but says that they are ready to be deployed this hurricane season.