If you have a social media feed, chances are you’ve seen something that was automatically posted by a “bot.” Sometimes they publish highly-polarizing political content. Sometimes it's just a sales pitch. But one Colorado man is using them to spread art across the internet.
A selection of photos from a vaccine clinic in Durango, Colorado.
Biden Admin “Pauses” Public Land Lease Sales, Putting One Drilling Proposal in Southwest Colorado in Limbo
The administration is putting the brakes on new oil and gas leases on public lands. The move is being met with cheers from conservation groups and legal threats from the fossil fuels industry.
Getting fast and reliable high-speed internet was a challenge for many people in the Four Corners even before the pandemic. But now as more adults and schoolchildren work remotely, communities and private businesses are stepping up to fill in some of the gaps.
Officials Hope Remote-Controlled Avalanches on Lizard Head Pass Will Help Keep Vital Byway Open During Snow Slide Season
A new Swiss-designed avalanche control system on the pass southwest of Telluride aims to make it safer for crews to trigger slides. The remote-controlled system uses elevated towers to drop ordnance on snow-loaded slopes.
Collecting Light: An Exploration of Arizona Astronomy
Stories From the Archives
Durango, Colo. - A giant, concentrated plume of greenhouse gas hovers over the San Juan Basin region of the Four Corners. Scientists first noticed it 2009. It's mostly comprised of methane gas and is centered over an area that includes the Colorado towns of Ignacio...
Arizona is still part of the Cotton Belt, with about 259,000 acres devoted to the crop. But it's not easy to grow it in the desert. I talked to two cotton farmers about the challenges they face and how technology has changed the business.
Gordon Hirabayashi objected to the way Japanese-Americans were treated in World War II. His fight took him from the Supreme Court to a prison camp in Arizona.