Scientists in Australia say high water temperatures are causing a large part of the reef to loose its color — an indicator of declining coral health.
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Parts of Oklahoma and Texas have about the same risk of an earthquake as parts of California, the maps show. Why? Wastewater that oil and gas operations are pumping into wells adds pressure on faults.
The states and tribes say they will share their data and will train first-responders and water users to be prepared for a flood.
In a conversation with CPR News, the governor also addressed the chances of moving Gitmo detainees to Colorado, and the possibility of another recession.
A relatively new variety of almond tree called Independence has some beekeepers nervous. These trees are self-fertile — meaning they technically don't need bees to pollinate their flowers.
The 33rd Monte Vista Crane Festival took place over the weekend in the San Luis Valley.
Because of its innovations in clean energy, the northern Colorado city is one of six included in an ongoing exhibition at the Smithsonian's American History Museum.
A contentious oil and gas development in Greeley brought out hundreds of people to a six hour city meeting. New statewide ballot measures could follow.
The project was approved against the wishes of most of the 40 people who spoke during public comment Tuesday night.
Yes and no. They definitely want a miracle to bring clean, cheap power to the powerless — only a lot sooner.
The legislation, which calls for big utilities to stop relying on coal by 2030, emerged from a January agreement between the companies and environmental advocates.
Park service rangers and interpreters made their way to Fort Collins to learn how to keep the night sky clearer.
A U.N.-sponsored report warns that disappearing pollinators, such as bees, could cut production of healthful foods like fruits and nuts. But the degree of damage is mostly a matter of speculation.