• Drought headaches in Brazil’s WCup opener city

    As if Brazil didn\’t have enough to deal with as the World Cup approaches, the worst drought in more than 80 years is hitting the country\’s largest city just as it prepares for the tens of thousands of foreigners expected at the tournament opener.

  • Organic milk shortage felt locally

    Signs are appearing on refrigerator doors at some local grocery stores warning of supply issues for organic milk.

  • D.C. region’s water supply secure despite hot, dry summer

    While the Potomac River\’s water supply remains
    robust, residents just outside of the metro area
    could see water restrictions.

  • Shop cheaply with these tried and true tips

    Grocery shopping can bust the family budget. How
    you shop can make a difference.

  • Drought conditions loom across region

    Rainfall so far this summer is about 6 1/4- to 7
    inches below normal in the Washington region.

  • D.C. area is in a drought

    It\’s hard to complain about the weather in D.C. this spring. But those warm, sunny days have put the area in a drought.