The National Park Foundation is investing over $5 million to expand service corps programs that will engage diverse young leaders in conservation projects.
A harrowing & complex rescue operation involving a helicopter airlift saved a climber who was trapped for 12 hours on rock wall at Bears Ears National Monument.
A tarantula scurrying across a Death Valley highway led to a chain reaction crash that left a motorcyclist hospitalized this weekend.
A 200-million-year-old fossil fish discovered in Zion National Park offers groundbreaking insights into ancient ecosystems.
After its longest closure ever due to catastrophic flooding, Death Valley National Park will partially reopen on Sunday, October 22nd.
A new poll explores the support for keeping Bears Ears at its current size, but also reveals a divide among Utah voters over the hotly contested national monument.
Officials warn visitors about a deadly brain-eating amoeba found in Lake Mead’s hot springs that can fatally infect swimmers.
Grand Canyon forbids leaving symbolic “love locks” on fencings as it threatens endangered condors who may ingest the discarded metal pieces.
Celebrate National Fossil Day at Zion with interactive booths, ranger talks, and an evening program with paleontologist Andrew R.C. Milner!
An oil spill from a leaky well operated by Citation Oil & Gas contaminated a remote canyon in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.