How Forested Communities Are Trying to Adapt to Growing Wildfire Threat
Unless it's Sunday, Kelly Loew is steering her rusty red Jeep down the same mail route in Shingletown, as she has six days a week for the last seven
How the Ducks plan to adapt without injured defenseman Cam Fowler
Life without the All-Star player began with a 5-0 loss Wednesday to the Vegas Golden Knights, two nights after he suffered a complex fracture that involved the orbital bone, the cheekbone and the u…
Wildfires and Wine Country: How the industry is adapting to new realities [San Francisco Chronicle]
Oct. 26–Alice Warnecke Sutro lives on a ranch in Alexander Valley that has been home to her family since 1911. For most of that time, wildfire wasn’t something that the Warneckes had to think about often. “My aunt sometimes talked about a fire that came near in 1976,” Sutro s
Long Beach is developing a plan to adapt to climate change. This is how you can help
The city’s second public workshop to discuss its proposed Climate Action and Adaptation Plan is set for Saturday morning, Jan. 26, at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library, in North Library…
Tommy Fleetwood adapting to new clubs and new rules
Defending champion in Abu Dhabi says he will be patient after switching from old Nike irons
City Beat: How will Riverbend adapt to city's changes?
The annual June guantlet of Riverbend and Bonnaroo has ended and, as always, some folks have questions about how they both did and what their futures might hold.
Puebloans learn to adapt in ever-changing workplace
In late 2017, Gov. John Hickenlooper launched the first Governor's Coaching Corps.
A shift in giving means local nonprofits must adapt
Each of us – whether affluent or of modest means – needs to do our part to help them build a stronger Los Angeles for us all.
Marin shellfish farms adapt to tighter state rules
The Hog Island Oyster Co. is the latest aquaculture operation in the state to seek updated permits as the Coastal Commission moves to bring harvesters into compliance.
Adapt now and win: the secret sauce to talent
Millennials and Gen Zers are the future of work. By customizing our workplaces now, we can attract and retain the best among them and position our companies to succeed.
Building Tucson Businesses: Listen, learn and adapt
How that three-prong effort has led to 50 years of success for a Tucson dry-cleaning and laundry company.
Selena Gomez adapts ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ for Netflix
The 13-part series, based on the best-selling young-adult novel, starts streaming Friday, March 31.
Teachers to adapt lessons to new education standards
North Dakota teachers will craft new math and English lessons now that the state Department of Public Instruction has approved new standards to guide teaching in grades K-12.
F1 race director Whiting dies 3 days before Australian GP
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton described Charlie Whiting as a pillar of Formula One and an icon of the sport.
Soldier Hollow wildfire dies down at 20 acres
A wildfire started by an ATV crash is dying down after burning 20 acres near Soldier Hollow on Friday, officials reported.
A Hurricane Katrina evacuee, Utes' Troy McCormick knows how to adapt
A Katrina evacuee, Ute football player Troy McCormick knows how to adapt. As he heads into senior year, he hopes it helps the Utes to reach new heights.
A toy story: Where consumers are shopping and what stores are doing to adapt
With major retailers like Toys R Us and KB Toys vacating the Southern Tier, local toy shops are adapting to the new toy buying landscape.
Buildings Are Becoming Energy Hubs: How Utilities Can Adapt
As utility customers invest more in advanced energy technologies, buildings are becoming dynamic energy hubs. Anywhere, anytime, a building could be a consumer, storage point, or generator of energy. And a building’s energy profile could change instantaneously as it responds to signals from internal controls, the grid operator, or third parties to deploy assets like controllable water heaters, smart equipment, solar, and storage.
How will Kenney adopt and adapt Nutter's unfinished work? Six questions:
That sound you heard from City Hall Thursday was mayoral nominee Jim Kenney and Mayor Michael Nutter mending fences. Though relations between the St.…
Metro Toledo schools learn to adapt as students get more diverse
Suburbs seeing minority influx in classrooms Published on May 7, 2017 | Updated 9:59 a. m Sylvania Whiteford Elementary teacher Kim Damron watches as Leena Ahmed, 10, center right, and Rahig Abdalbagi, 11, right, help Mustafa Marz, 11, left, with his map in class THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY He sees more students of color, and…