After four years of Trump, U.S. environmental policymakers are about to get new marching orders. Are we in for a seismic shift, or just a course correction?
Hit hard by coronavirus and historic wildfires, California needs visitors to ensure its state parks recover.
With the narrow passage of Proposition 114, Colorado is set to become the first state in US history to reintroduce wolves by voter action.
William Perry Pendley made a career out of fighting against the Bureau of Land Management before becoming its acting director and greenlighting mining and drilling plans on public lands across the west. Now, a federal court's decision that he served illegally could put those plans in danger.
Order comes after National Guard rescued more than 207 campers from the Creek Fire.
National forests in five Colorado counties are closed due to extreme fire danger.
Local firefighters and search and rescue teams rescued the man in a nine-hour operation.
Neck gaiters have become popular DIY face coverings for runners and hikers. But researchers designing equipment for testing masks found some evidence that not only do common models not work as well as other options, there's even a chance they could be "counterproductive."
Victim flown to hospital after incident at crowded lake.
With non-essential visits banned until at least July 21, some visitors are using a loophole to get to the country’s national parks.
Citing cost of litigation, builders call off project just three weeks after Supreme Court ruled in its favor.
Justices allow permit to stand in 7-2 decision.
Search claimed at least five lives over the past decade.
Ouray's "iron way" is one of just a few in North America—but it's not immune to the current pandemic.