The world's largest trees are adapted to wildfires. But with fires getting more extreme, scientists warn that giant sequoias are running out of time.
Kemper Elementary School In Cortez Locked Down And Evacuated After Shooting At Nearby House. Arrest Warrant Issued For SuspectKemper Elementary School in Cortez was locked down and evacuated on Wednesday due to an armed standoff between police and an unknown suspect at a house adjacent to the school. All students were evacuated safely.
Drought remains widespread across the Southwest, even after a wet monsoon season in parts of the region; Colorado Parks and Wildlife has lifted the voluntary afternoon fishing closures on the Dolores River effective as of Thursday.
Over half of flood deaths in the U.S. happen on roads, a risk that's growing with the warming climate. Texas has dealt with flash flooding for generations, and has lessons to share.
Idaho's public health leaders are expanding health care rationing across the state. The move follows a decision by a large health care system there to implement crisis standards of care.
During the pandemic and amid a national push to reform policing, some departments have lost officers and struggled to fill vacancies.
The Montezuma-Cortez High School Homecoming Parade has been rescheduled for this Saturday; Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and twenty four other attorneys general showed their support for the US Justice Department’s challenge to the new abortion law in Texas; Colorado Governor Jared Polis married first gentleman Marlon Reis on Wednesday.
NPR's Noel King talks to Dr. David Kimberlin, a pediatric infectious disease physician at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Children's of Alabama, about lack of ICU space.
After losing jobs during the pandemic, more and more women are becoming truck drivers. Many have been attracted by the high demand and higher pay.
A new rental contract for the Fairgrounds Speedway in Cortez is raising controversy; President Joe Biden said the nation must quickly invest in new technology to combat climate change after he toured the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO on Tuesday.
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