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Some of the rise in water is caused by glaciers melting. Glaciers are melting faster because the atmosphere is getting hotter and hotter from the greenhouse gas emissions. This is mostly humans' fault.

The Taos County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Women's Expo in Taos, Thursday (April 5) at the El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa.The Expo is designed "to create a comfortable atmosphere for …

A map from a recently completed hydrologic report shows the annual change in groundwater levels as measured in several Los Cordovas wells in 2011 and 2012. The area highlighted in red shows a “decline trend” where well water levels fell by as …

A map from a recently completed hydrologic report shows the annual change in groundwater levels as measured in several Los Cordovas wells in 2011 and 2012. The area highlighted in red shows a “decline trend” where well water levels fell by as …

Saturday morning (June 27) a teenage Boy Scout died at Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarron, New Mexico, when a flash flood swept him and three other Scouts away before they could get to safety. His identity and age have not been …

Fire managers on the Carson National Forest’s Tres Piedras Ranger District have begun planning winter and spring prescribed burn projects in these locations: Red Mesa, 180 acres 3 miles south of Tres Piedras along Forest Roads 222, 587 and west of …

Taos County called an emergency meeting Tuesday (July 29) following recent flash floods in parts of the county. County manager Steve Archuleta told county commissioners at the meeting that the county's public works department has received several …

New flood insurance maps for Taos County went into effect Wednesday (Oct. 6), according to information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The new maps detail floodplains and floodways, identifying potential risks of flooding for …