Local and Regional News
A Durango woman has been cited with careless driving causing injury after hitting a bicyclist on Main Avenue.
The crash occurred at 5:49...
National & World
KABUL,Afghanistan – At least 80 people were killed and more than 230 wounded Saturday when attackers detonated explosives amid a huge crowd of peaceful protesters in the...
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- ‘Pokemon’ fever runs on nostalgia
- Plans for self-driving cars pitfall: Human brain
- Mexican museum being built in San Francisco
- Marilyn Monroe’s tresses and dresses up for auction
Nearly a decade after Durango City Council enthusiastically approved preliminary plans for what has been called a model project, property in Twin Buttes will finally go on sale on...
- U.S. homes sales improved in June, best pace since early 2007
- U.S. home construction posted solid gain in June
- Wine Merchant closing up shop
- Business Briefs
- Saving enough money to live until you’re 100 doesn’t add up
Dinosaurs still roam the Earth. You don’t even have to go to a distant swamp or an isolated jungle plateau to see them. They’re everywhere - waddling over Antarctic...
- Snow, sea ice keep hitting record lows this year in Northern Hemisphere
- Good Earth Briefs
- Climate change affects distribution of clouds across Earth
- Calling someone a birdbrain might actually be a compliment
- Good Earth Briefs
School districts across the country are adopting grading practices that make it more difficult for students to flunk classes, giving students opportunities to retake exams or turn...
- Since 1980, spending on prisons has grown 3 times faster than spending on public education
- At elite schools, history majors don’t have to study America’s past
- Teacher runs for office to fight Oklahoma education cuts
- Education Briefs
- Quiet Power: New book can help introverted students thrive at school
It’s summer, it’s hot and...
A Take on Tourism
The difference between a great vacation...
Here’s a question of utmost...