Ritzville community comes together for farmer with stage IV cancer

What started as a spot on his back in February has spread to his bones. Melanoma has staked its claim on Larry's skeletal system, cracking his ribs and hip, making the hard work that comes with harvest nearly impossible -- until his town rallied together to make sure the cancer didn't claim his land, too.

Exploring America's only commercial tea farm

The history of tea in the United States is as old as the nation itself, with one of the key events of the American Revolution being the Boston Tea Party, a 1773 act of defiance by colonists.

Georgia suffers huge crops losses after Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael's destructive path through Georgia left many farmers with ruined crops or dead animals. The Georgia Department of Agriculture said Wednesday that early estimates put losses at between $2.3 billion and $2.8 billion.