Here’s what they can’t do: Pretty much everything else.
Senators from Maine and Montana want the Biden administration to clarify the impact of more people visiting the country’s national parks.
The ends of epidemics are not as thoroughly researched as their beginnings. But there are recurring themes that could offer lessons for the months ahead.
Dripping flaming fuel as they go, a line of workers slowly descends a steep, snow-covered hillside above central Colorado's South Platte River, torching piles of woody debris that erupt into flames shooting two stories high.
National Park Service Director Chuck Sams said March 8 he and other officials are committed to boosting the role Native American tribes can play in managing public lands around the U.S.
Navajo Transitional Energy Company has invested in another energy company that is aiming to develop a large-scale platform for carbon capture services.
As the session wound down, one boy raised his hand and asked, to a chorus of giggles, "How did girls come to be on the planet?"
Querta previously pleaded guilty to assault on a federal officer and admitted to violating the terms of his supervised release in a separate case.
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox’s office and Emerald X did not respond to emails seeking comment.
Draper said many residents previously weren’t interested in outside offers of help but that has changed over the past decade.
The Arizona DPS helped retrieve the man’s body early Feb. 20, and it was taken to the medical examiner’s office in Pima County.
The independent film “Eye for Eye,” which was penned, directed, produced and acted in by local writer L.J. Martin and also features an appearance by local western aficionado Dennis Tuberty.
Things are starting to look a bit different along 23 miles of Interstate 17 north of Phoenix as the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) prepares to begin the long-awaited improvement project between Anthem and Sunset Point.
The FBI reportedly is investigating the assault of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in southern Arizona.
An Arizona Department of Public Safety helicopter helped recover Jacobson’s body, the office said.
The lawsuit says the environmental assessment the bureau approved in May for the Nevada roundup described plans for a series of "phased gathers to remove excess animals" over a 10-year period, not "at once."
Culture comes alive at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Celebration of the Cowboys), held annually in Tucson.
Biden announced in September that more than 3.5 million federal workers were required to undergo vaccination, with no option to get regularly tested instead, unless they secured approved medical or religious exemptions
An Arizona utility has signed an agreement with the Navajo Nation to get solar power from a new facility on the reservation.
The American Pickers TV show is looking for leads and wants to explore your hidden treasure.
A Tohono O'odham woman was found not guilty Jan. 19 on federal misdemeanor charges stemming from her protest of border wall construction on her tribe's ancestral land.
The pandemic has prompted Casa Grande to cancel the south-central Arizona's city's annual event celebrating Native American culture and the spirit of the American cowboy.
Emergency management officials on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota have a new building, but they have been operating out of an old jail that's set to be torn down.
SNOWFLAKE, Ariz. (AP) — A man in the town of Snowflake is in FBI custody after a live grenade was found in his RV.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Tuesday quietly launched its website for Americans to request free at-home COVID-19 tests, a day before the site was scheduled to officially go online.