A record-breaking heatwave is holding parts of California and Arizona in its grips, with temperatures already soaring above 100 degrees in the Bay Area. The heat wave comes with the start of wildfire season in an area that was ravaged by blazes like the Camp Fire and Mendocino Complex Fire all last summer. Firefighters are already battling the 2,500-acre Sand Fire in Yolo County, which already prompted evacuations after starting on Saturday and quickly spreading overnight.
Most traffic you see on a bike trail are joggers or horses—not in Alaska. Out here in the Last Frontier, you’ll need to be mindful of wolverines like this one. They even come bearing gifts, like a charming decapitated goat head—you shouldn't have. How about some Shot Bloks next time Mr. Wolverine? RELATED: Mountain Biker Almost Runs Into A Large Bear
This is absolutely not how we’d like to start our day. In this video from Narragansett, Rhode Island, a woman was inside her car minding her own business when a large black bear strolls up and attempts to gain entry into her vehicle. It successfully opened the passenger door before the occupant was able to repel it and lock herself inside until the police came. RELATED: Aspen Officials Hunting Bear Involved in Attack Even black bears can pose a threat to humans, especially when
On Monday afternoon, a man was rescued after he fell 800 feet down into the Crater Lake caldera. The District 3 Technical Rope Rescue Team was first on the scene, but after lowering down 600 feet, they still couldn’t reach the man. Crater Lake National Park Service rangers then requested helicopter assistance. The U.S. Coast Guard Sector North Bend arrived and was able to hoist the man out of the caldera and transfer him to a medical helicopter. RELATED: Four Climbers Stranded High on Mt.