A scientist's encounter with falling rock -- and an outdated guidebook -- led him study how changing environments affect climbers.
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Israel is mostly dry and arid, but it started earlier than most countries at figuring out how to move and store water.
Before the Model 3 was even unveiled, people lined up at Tesla stores to put down a deposit. With a base price of $35,000, the car will go on sale late next year at the earliest.
Oil worker Dustin Bergsing, 21, was found dead on top of a North Dakota oil tank in 2012. A journalist and a doctor looking into the death found a pattern of similar fatal accidents.
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.