Federal wildlife officials say the continued existence of two species of insects is in doubt because the glaciers and year-round snowfields they depend on are melting away
Recent college grad fulfills Appalachian Trail dream
Recent Connecticut college grad fulfills Appalachian Trail ‘dream’: Getting There
Lawsuit filed to stop big US Forest Service project in Idaho
Environmental groups say the U.S. Forest Service is ignoring a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling by restarting a giant forest project in Idaho and have filed another lawsuit seeking to stop the project a second time
Flight to China nears for giant panda in DC
In just hours, the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. will say goodbye to Bei Bei, as the adorable 4-year-old ...
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Here's the latest for Monday, November 18: Three people fatally shot at an Oklahoma Walmart; The Supreme Court orders delay ...
Klobuchar, Buttigieg mock Trump's resorts, golfing
Senator Amy Klobuchar and Mayor Pete Buttigieg mocked President Trump's resorts and golfing during a Nevada Democratic party fundraiser in ...
State offers safety tips for upcoming deer hunting season
Connecticut environmental officials are offering safety tips for the upcoming firearms deer hunting season
New York officials tout state-run summer camp registration
Winter hasn’t officially begun but New York state officials are urging families to start thinking about summer camp
Email shows Trump’s property not among original G-7 sites
A newly released email shows President Donald Trump’s golf resort near Miami was not among the original sites to be considered to host an international summit next year
Public comments sought on Adirondack rail-trail plan
Public hearings are scheduled on plans to convert a former Adirondack rail corridor to a 34-mile recreational trail between Tupper Lake and Lake Placid
New York state-owned ski centers open for season
New York’s three state-owned ski centers are opening for the season