Elderly dog with only "one speed" delights internet
"Chelsea typically does everything in slow motion," the owner of the 14-year-old crossbreed told Newsweek. "She wants to stop and sniff or inspect everything."
Wildfire smoke damages air quality in states over a thousand miles away
Air quality in Montana and other northern states was classified as "fair to poor" on Wednesday, and conditions are expected to last through the weekend.
Supreme Court Justice to sit out high stakes case
The Court will reconsider its decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, with one person on social media calling it a "death blow."
Winter Weather Updates: New England braced for deep freeze
New England and the mid-Atlantic are bracing for a polar vortex Friday bringing sub-zero temperatures and strong wind gusts.
MDMA use at start of pandemic rose almost 300 percent in New England town
Researchers also found spikes in fentanyl and amphetamines by examining the town's sewage.
New York, East Coast in sights of looming tropical storm development
If activity redevelops near the center, "the system is likely to become a tropical depression tonight or [Tuesday] morning."
Search for Dying Entangled Right Whale Snow Cone Continues as Hope Runs Out
The New England Aquarium told Newsweek that scientists are "evaluating potential next steps" as Storm Fiona rages on, making it difficult to rescue Snow Cone.
Why Are So Many Sharks Showing Up on the East Coast?
Over 20 shark sightings were reported off the coast of Cape Cod this weekend, as warm weather brings the predators and tourists to the region in droves.
Killer Whale Cruising Cape Cod Waters Is 30ft Bull Named 'Old Thom'
The huge bull was spotted around the same time great white sharks were beginning their annual migration to the same area.
More than 100K Lose Power as 'Life-Threatening' Storm Slams Northeast
Thousands of flights were also cancelled due to the storm's dangerous winds.
Blizzards, Winter Storms, Expected to Lash East Coast This Weekend
Temperatures across New England are set to plunge to below freezing in many places, as locals brace themselves for a cold snap.
Federal Judge Throws Out Lawsuit From Whitey Bulger's Family Over His Death
James "Whitey" Bulger, former leader of Boston's Winter Hill Gang, was killed in a West Virginia prison in 2018, hours after he was moved into the facility.
Observatory Shares Photo of Fork Suspended in Frozen Pasta to Show the Cold
New Hampshire's Mount Washington Observatory posted a photo of frozen spaghetti to its Facebook page after recording a temperature of minus-26 degrees.
Schools, COVID Test Sites in New England Close Ahead of Subzero Temps
"We want to make sure there's no risk of students being either out in the cold on the way to school," said Boston Mayor Michelle Wu ahead of the frigid weather.
Warming Water Halts Cold-Water Shrimp Season for New England Fisherman
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission voted to keep the commercial shimp fishery shut down for another three years. It has been shut down since 2013.
Nor'easter Meaning As Flash Flood Watch Issued for Parts of Northeast
The National Weather Service watch affects about 23 million people from southern Connecticut to the Jersey Shore. High wind is also forecast for southeast New England.
New CarMax Study Shows That Self-Driving Cars are Most Anticipated Tech
In a September study from CarMax, most drivers said that they want more technology in their vehicles and that Tesla has the best tech of any car brand.
New England Has Highest Vaccination Rates, But Seeing COVID Cases Surge
"It's clearly frustrating for all of us," said Michael Pieciak, the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation's commissioner.
KKK Picture in Hockey Team Group Chat With One Black Player Sparks Probe
"I felt scared and sad because I'm the only Black kid on the team," said 12-year-old Laquan Mongo from Massachusetts.
Kelly Bates Says TV News 'Unequivocally Unfair' To Women After NBC 10 Exit
Meteorologist Kelly Bates announced her departure from Rhode Island TV station NBC 10 last week.
Cybercriminals Defraud Small Town Out of Over $2 Million
It is unclear how much the town of Peterborough, New Hampshire will be able to recover through its insurance.
Tropical Storm Henri Leaves 40k People Without Power in Rhode Island
Henri, which has been reduced to a tropical depression, is expected to continue weakening Monday, but not before bringing more rain to southern New England.
Videos Show New York, New Jersey Under Water as Hurricane Henri Bears Down
Category 1 Hurricane Henri unleashed torrential rain on the Northeast ahead of its expected landfall later today.
Henri Could Deprive 69% of Connecticut Customers of Power, Eversource Warns
"Customers should be prepared for lengthy outages," warned a company official, adding, "Now's the time to prepare with your family."
Henri Strengthens to Hurricane as Northeast Braces for Dangerous Storms
According to the National Hurricane Center, Henri is now expected to make landfall at or near hurricane strength on Long Island or in southern New England on Sunday.
Tourists Urged to Leave as New England Braces for 1st Hurricane in 30 Years
The last hurricane to hit New England was Storm Bob in 1991, which killed 17 people and caused billions of dollars worth of damages.
Thousands of Tourists Urged to Leave Cape Cod Ahead of Tropical Storm Henri
"We don't want people to be stuck in traffic on the Cape Cod bridges when the storm is in full force on Sunday," Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said.
Hurricane Grace Officially Forms. Becomes Second of Season
The storm is projected to be near hurricane strength when it makes its final landfall in mainland Mexico on Friday.
These States Are Seeing the Lowest Numbers of New COVID Cases
Thanks to their low populations, Vermont and South Dakota are leading the country in the lowest numbers of new COVID cases.
Professor Sues Student Who Complained About Failing Grade
The Connecticut professor is also suing Fairfield University for defamation.