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Hundreds of cold-stunned green sea turtles have survived after being rescued from Texas bays and estuaries during wintry weather since late November.
An outbreak of spruce beetles continues to accelerate across hundreds of square miles of new forest in Colorado, although a much larger outbreak of the similar mountain pine beetle continues to slow across Wyoming, Colorado and the Black Hills, according to a new survey by the U.S. Forest Service.
Football players announcing plans to attend Michigan State University, with position, height, weight and school:
Interstate 25 is back open from Cheyenne to the Colorado line.
A snowstorm dumped heavy snow and slickened roads and highways in Wyoming.
Alan Wood, the World War II veteran credited with providing the flag in the historic flag raising on Iwo Jima, has died. He was 90.
A study of mercury contamination in a southeastern Peruvian jungle area ravaged by illegal gold mining found unsafe levels of the toxic metal in 78 percent of adults in the regional capital and in 60 percent of fish sold at markets.
U.S. authorities confirmed Monday that Jenni Rivera, a U.S.-born singer whose soulful voice and openness about her personal troubles made her a Mexican-American superstar, was killed in a plane crash in northern Mexico.
Mexico's music world mourned Jenni Rivera, the U.S.-born singer presumed killed in a plane crash whose soulful voice and openness about her personal troubles had made her a Mexican-American superstar.