92% of women runners say they're concerned about safety during outdoor runs: survey
Adidas has released a new running safety survey that says most women around the world worry about their safety, potential attacks and harassment when they go on runs.
Hurricane Ian aftermath: Boat recoveries ongoing in Southwest Florida
Four months after Hurricane Ian, homeowners and business owners are still struggling to remove boats that traveled several miles during the storm.
Maine lobstermen warn Biden admin is trying to put them out of business with harsh eco rules
Industry groups and Maine lawmakers are warning that a pending environmental regulation would decimate rural communities along the state's coast that rely on the lobster industry.
Mississippi River drought hits record level, revives supply chain concerns: report
Severe heat in the summer has created a nationwide drought, which has dried up 1,200 wells in California and a number of major rivers that feed into the Mississippi River.
Maine fisherman, along with state, appeal endangered whales ruling
The state of Maine and fishing groups in the state are appealing a ruling from a federal judge that shot down a lawsuit to overturn a new rule that aims to protect endangered whales.
Maine lobster fishing union drops part of lawsuit against federal government over whale restrictions
The Maine Lobstering Union has dropped part of its lawsuit against the federal government regarding new restrictions that protect whales.
Kodiak Cakes donates proceeds from limited-edition products to grizzly bear, wildlife conservation
Power breakfast brand Kodiak Cakes is teaming up with Vital Ground Foundation to donate funds to conserving grizzly bear habitats in the Rocky Mountain West.
Abe assassination videos removed from Facebook, Twitter
Twitter and Facebook said Friday that they will be deleting any videos of the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
After subway killing, NYC business community calls for more political action
Partnership for New York City president and CEO Kathryn Wylde says Mayor Eric Adams, Gov. Kathy Hocul, NYPD and MTA leadership need public support for stronger measures ranging from "prosecution of fare evasion to ankle bracelets for felons awaiting trial to institutionalization of the seriously mentally ill."
High gas prices hurt fishing, boating industries
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the price of diesel has nearly doubled over the past two years, from averaging $2.40 per gallon in 2020, to more than $4.00 dollars per gallon this year.
Florida fishing accident kills Venezuelan billionaire's banker son who leapt overboard to save fiancée
A Florida banker, the son of a Venezuelan billionaire, jumped off a 60-foot fishing boat Saturday to try and save his fiancée, who had fallen overboard.
Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov’s $600M yacht seized in Germany: reports
Authorities in Germany this week seized a lavish $600 million yacht belonging to a Russian oligarch, according to reports.
American gun sales continue to surge, new research finds
American gun sales remained strong in 2021, with nearly 19 million firearms sold legally in the U.S., the second highest total over the past two decades, according to new research from the home and personal safety group SafeHome.
After $73M win, Sandy Hook families zero in on gun marketing
Families of Sandy Hook shooting victims agreed to a $73 million settlement and are now turning their focus to eliminating gun advertisements.
Jeff Bezos' new yacht in Netherlands under fire, thousands RSVP to throw eggs at it
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest man, and he commissioned the world’s largest sailing yacht — so big that in order to get it out to sea, he’s offering to pay to take apart and reassemble a historic bridge that it needs to pass to get out of Rotterdam.
Dutch mayor denies reports city will dismantle historic bridge for Jeff Bezos superyacht
Media reports on Wednesday claimed that Bezos would pay for the city to dismantle the middle section of its historic bridge for the billionaire's superyacht.
Jeff Bezos to dismantle historic Dutch bridge for $450 million yacht
Bezos will pay for the bridge's middle section to be removed, which will take a few weeks and likely start in the summer.
Oregon bighorn sheep tag auctions for $345K
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a special bighorn sheep game tag sold for $345K at auction.
Mountain Dew hiring ranger for first outdoor post in Tennessee
Fans can apply online for the position at the outpost located on an 8,600-acre plot of land near Mountain City.
Hunt is on for ammo this hunting season as shipping delays, increased demand clear shelves
It's hunting season, but this year, the real hunt is for ammo. Hunters say if you don't already have ammunition, it's going to be nearly impossible to find without paying a price.