Demand for homes in certain areas of the country has caused supply to dwindle, prices to skyrocket and buyers needing nearly 50 percent more income than they would have last year to even enter top markets, according to a report by the real estate brokerage firm, Redfin.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator Anne Milgram is sounding the alarm about a rise in fentanyl-related mass overdose deaths.
Beginning in mid-April, helicopter crews will move across southeastern Colorado to conduct aerial surveys for lesser prairie-chicken.
The area known as "Tornado Alley" now includes more parts of Texas than it once did, according to scientists, who believe climate change could be the reason.
Tornadoes tore up homes in New Orleans and its suburbs and were reported in communities from Texas to Mississippi and Alabama as severe storms swept across the South in late March 2022.
Spring starts with high fire danger for a large portion of the central United States, including the eastern plains of Colorado.
Across Texas, early ballots have been rejected for the March 1 primary, causing voter frustration when election officials explain they've failed to abide by new laws handed down by Texas legislators.
Crude oil futures surpassing $90 a barrel in both Brent and West Texas Intermediate benchmarks for the first time since October 2014.
With new restrictions in place, Texans will vote March 1 in the nation's first primary to choose candidates for the November ballot.