We here it all the time in El Paso when the high hits 102 for three days in a row in the middle of June: "Wooooo! It's too hot! What's going on??" When a cold front comes through, and we wake up to a lo
Most phones have a compass. Pull it out and play with it for a moment. Most people know that a compass works by pointing in the direction of the invisible magnetic field lines that run generally North and South, from North Pole to South Pole.
I was talking with NewsChannel 9 Main Anchor Keagan Harsha and he said he, his wife and their two boys were headed up to the Sacramento Mountains around Cloudcroft to select their Christmas Tree this weekend.
If you find yourself facing one or several nights well below freezing, with lows going down to 20-25 degrees F or even colder, and IF you have plants that might be susceptible to damage in a hard freeze, then you need to make some decisions abo
Typhoon Hagupit, or also known as Ruby has made two landfalls in the Philippines and continues to smash into the central and northern portions of the country with potentially life-threatening winds, storm surge and flash floods.
Our skies can look a little scary sometimes, but this is completely out of this world.
Last week, Sydney had a massive storm, which isn't unusual. But the way some of the clouds formed looked a little alien.
I am sure you have noticed a smoky, light brown haze hanging over our city the past couple mornings. Yesterday, Thursday morning's smoky haze cloud was at its thickest because of the colder air that had settled in.