The summer travel season is winding down but before the cold weather comes around many are squeezing in a nice fall trip and you don't have to go too far.
Illinois is the latest state to find invasive spotted lanternflies, an winged insect that’s spreading across the eastern U.S. and is subject to squish-on-sight requests in New York and elsewhere.
A Tennessee couple was left in shock recently after they found a venomous copperhead snake nesting in their baby's stroller.
The historic banyan tree, which was scorched during the wildfires in Lahaina in August, began to sprout new leaves this month.
Beekeepers warn if you ever find yourself where bees are attacking you, the most important thing to do is protect your face and run indoors or get into a vehicle. Those who study bees' behaviors also warn not to fight the insects because they have the advantage of numbers and the gift of flight.
Weighing only up to 2 lbs., rock greenlings may not sound like an impressive catch. But once you see one, it’s clear these little fish are worthy of the chase. Would you eat it?
"Discovery Channel, eat your heart out," the captain joked as the boat riders watched in awe.
In a dramatic rescue in Alaska, a lost hiker was saved thanks to the vigilance of viewers who spotted him on a bear webcam.
The rhino killed the zookeeper and seriously injured another zookeeper, her husband, as he tried to chase the rhino away from her.
Officials have closed part of the Custer Gallatin National Forest in southwestern Montana after a hunter was severely mauled by a grizzly bear.
The bear wandered the steps of the building as dozens of people stood by. But some came within mere feet of the wild animal, with their phones out to get a closer look.
Reeling in the 283-pound alligator gar in Texas's Sam Rayburn Lake on a 6-pound test line took 2 hours and 45 minutes for Art Weston.
While potentially dangerous spiders like the black widow and brown recluse are exceedingly rare in our region, nuisance spiders are the ones currently making their way into homes and porches.
“Hope you didn’t have a pet rattlesnake,” the delivery driver texted the homeowner, letting them know what had just happened on their front porch.
The two-day "Nessie" search is being billed as the biggest survey of the lake in 50 years.
The Illinois Department of Public Health is reporting the state's first West Nile Virus death of the year.
A mother bear and her three cubs were caught on camera being cute.
A snake expert from Arizona successfully captured a black-and-pink Coachwhip discovered in a residential toilet near Tucson.
The afterschool program is offered through the Chicago Zoological Society's King Conservation Leadership Academy. The "science explorers" designed and constructed the habitats, then created signage to inform visitors of their importance.
Video shows captivated fans scream as the raccoon falls from an overhang onto the main concourse. Chaos ensues.