Colorado QB arrested: A University of Colorado quarterback was arrested while out with Alexander Lewis, who was a Colorado lineman until Friday, when he announced he was leaving Colorado for Nebraska.
More accurate, more frequent measurements of mountain snowpacks will allow water managers to mete out reservoirs with greater confidence. Two watersheds in the western US are testing grounds for a new aerial approach.
When social media is used during disasters, it can save lives and ease communities.
The Arctic saw a record loss of summer sea ice in 2012, and the 2013 melt is off to a faster start than a year ago. Another record is uncertain, but warming has sapped the ice's staying power.
For 30 bucks a month, plus a sizable installation and equipment fee, AT&T's Digital can help turn your house in a sentient being.
The surge of inexperienced tourists into unregulated, backcountry areas has contributed to a spike of avalanche-related deaths, but even the pros can be caught off-guard by conditions.
Large crowds are expected to congregate for today's annual '4/20' marijuana smoke-in and celebration around the US. Given this week's Boston Marathon bombing, police are on high alert.
The drought of 2012 was more about unusual weather patterns than global warming, says a study. But its authors acknowledge the record-smashing event likely will be a puzzle for years to come.
You're not imagining it: March 2013 was chilly — the second-coldest March since 2000. The culprit is a stubborn mass of warm air over Greenland that blocked the jet stream.
The discovery, based on research in Alaska, opens a window on processes at play early in Mars' history, when it hosted an environment that could have harbored microbial life.