Nathan Rott

Nathan Rott appears in the following:

Attempts To Strengthen Enforcement Of Federal Pot Laws Face Constraints

Monday, January 08, 2018

The Trump administration is trying to strengthen enforcement of federal marijuana laws. Federal prosecutors may not get the cooperation they need from states that have approved marijuana use.


Credit Rating Agency Issues Warning On Climate Change To Cities

Friday, December 01, 2017

Moody's Investor Services says it might downgrade U.S. cities' credit rating if they don't deal with the risks posed by climate change.


At Least 5 Dead, 10 Injured In Northern California Shooting

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

A shooter in Northern California killed at least four people and left at least others 10 injured. Police killed the gunman, bringing the death toll to five.


With Shiny Pink And Camo, Casket Designer Honors Texas Shooting Victims

Friday, November 10, 2017

Trey Ganem is offering free customized caskets for the victims of Sunday's shooting. He hopes his designs help to celebrate their lives.


Vice President Pence Attends Vigil For Texas Church Shooting Victims

Thursday, November 09, 2017

People in Sutherland Springs gathered Wednesday not far from the church where a gunman shot and killed 26 people and injured 20 others. At the vigil, Vice President Pence offered his condolences.


'You Can't Feel Safe Anywhere,' Sutherland Springs Resident Says

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

As the investigation continues into Sunday's church shootings in Texas, the FBI is telling people they need a plan to prepare for an active shooter — no matter where they live.


Texas Authorities Unable To Access Information On Gunman's Phone

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Investigators in Texas are still trying to piece together information about Sunday's deadly church shooting. Officials have the gunman's phone but can't access the information inside it.


Want Less Wildfire? Prescribe More Fire, Ecologists Say

Friday, October 27, 2017

With this year's destructive wildfires, lawmakers and land managers are looking for new ways to reduce the risk of fire. But the answer, fire ecologists say, may be a hard one to accept.


Hundreds Missing In Northern California Where Fires Continue To Burn

Friday, October 13, 2017

Fire rescue workers in Northern California are searching for hundreds of people who've gone missing since the start of evacuations. Some may be in shelters. But others may not have survived.


News Brief: Trump Health Care Executive Order, California Wildfires, Harvey Weinstein

Thursday, October 12, 2017

President Trump signs an executive order Thursday that is expected to roll back Obama-era health care policies. Also, wildfires continue to race across parts of northern California.


Thousands Evacuate As California Wildfires Continue

Thursday, October 12, 2017

The wildfires in northern California are catastrophic. And they're quickly becoming some of the most deadly in state history.


Calif. Wildfires Force Residents To Evacuate In A Moment's Notice

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The death toll continues to rise in Northern California, where more than a dozen wildfires are burning out of control. Many of the dead were trapped in the fast-moving flames — thousands evacuated.


Deadly Wildfires Continue To Burn Across Northern California

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Fires in Northern California have killed at least 15 people and destroyed more than 2,000 homes and businesses. Firefighters are working to contain the fast-moving blazes in the face of high winds.


Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Was A High-Level Gambler

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Stephen Paddock, the shooter who left 58 dead before killing himself this week, was part of a high-roller gambler culture in Las Vegas and Reno, where his girlfriend was a high-end casino cocktail waitress.


Las Vegas Residents Show Up In Droves To Donate Blood After Massacre

Monday, October 02, 2017

Las Vegas residents fight through the shock and fear of the mass shootings from the Mandalay Bay hotel Sunday night. Despite being traumatized, many showed up in long lines to give blood.


Recent Natural Disasters Revive Political Discussions On Climate Change

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Following Irma, some Republican officials in Florida are calling on the Trump administration to address climate change. Will stronger storms and record flooding change this political debate?


First Responders Make Quick Pivot From Flood-Ravaged Texas To Florida

Friday, September 08, 2017

With Hurricane Irma barreling toward Florida, federal agencies, emergency responders and aid organizations are making a quick pivot from hurricane-battered Texas.


Your Apartment Is Flooded But The Rent Is Still Due

Friday, September 01, 2017

Friday is the first of the month, which means the rent is due — even for thousands of Houstonians who are living in evacuation centers or flooded-out apartments.


News Brief: Houston Update, DACA, Kenyan Court Calls For New Election

Friday, September 01, 2017

Some waters have receded in Houston and some people have returned to their homes, or what's left of them. Also, an update on the status of the DACA program for immigrants.


In Houston, Floods Push Impoverished Residents Into Crisis

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Poor neighborhoods on the northeast side were hit hard by the storm. But residents say they received little help evacuating, and now they are struggling to get basics: food, water and information.