Drought -stricken Cape Town, South Africa, could run out of water by April's 'day zero'
One of the world’s favorite tourism designations, South Africa’s iconic city of Cape Town, has less than a 100 days of water supply left if a drought is not relieved soon. The city’s mayor, Patricia de Lille, has again urged Capetonians to conserve water in order to avoid “day zero,” now forecast
Start the presses: Newcomers to Italy make olive oil
At long last, peppery extra-virgin olive oil is pressed into existence, defying drought
Colorado skier numbers down amid warm, dry winter
Colorado ski resorts say early season visits are down between 11 and 13 percent compared with last year because of low snow conditions
Southern California residents clean up after devastating mudslides
ABC News' Olivia Smith is on the scene as one victim goes through her totaled car.
Feds to pause killing of beavers after threat of lawsuit
US government to pause beaver-killing program in Oregon after threat of lawsuit
Florida Oranges - Food Forecast Season 2
Ginger Zee visits Florida where oranges are fighting hurricanes, frost and disease in this episode of "Food Forecast."
Italian Truffles - Food Forecast Season 2
Ginger Zee heads to Alba, Italy in search of the rare white truffle in this episode of "Food Forecast."
Italian Olive Oil - Food Forecast Season 2
Ginger Zee takes an adventure through Italy on a search to find the best Italian olive oil and discovers how weather is putting it in jeopardy.
Bee Migration - Food Forecast Season 2
Ginger Zee follows bees on a cross-country road trip to pollinate crops in this episode of "Food Forecast."
Rain unleashes risk of mudslides in fire-ravaged California
Storms are bringing welcome rain to California and increasing the risk of mudslides in fire-ravaged communities