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Iowa Senate Passes Rear Bicycle Light Bill

With a vote of 45-5, the Iowa Senate passed a bill this week requiring all bicycles to display a rear lamp when traveling on shared roadways after dark, according to the Des Moines Register.

NPS Launches Virtual View Tour

The National Park Service and its official charity, the National Park Foundation, announced the opening on Thursday of interactive Find Your Park kiosks in New York City, according to a press release...

Parts of Snow King Mountain Deemed Historic

Expansion plans at Snow King Mountain in Jackson, Wyoming, triggered a historical assessment of the area. Parts of the 76-year-old ski resort were found to be eligible for the National Register of...

Patagonia Kicks Off 'Worn Wear' Tour

Encouraging customers to make their clothes last a lifetime, Patagonia kicked off its Worn Wear Mobile Tour on Thursday in Ventura, California.

Indian Army to Remove Mount Everest Trash

Later this month, a 34-member team of Indian Army mountaineers will scale Mount Everest to carry down more than 8,800 pounds of garbage, Time reported Wednesday.

Alberto Salazar's Program Under Scrutiny

Legendary Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar has admitted to injecting runners with L-carnitine, a potentially performance-enhancing supplement, the Sunday Times reports.

National Parks Drawing Fewer Young Visitors

A recent CNN report by "Inside Man" Morgan Spurlock found that although America's national parks drew a record 292.8 million visitors in 2014, the National Park Service (NPS) is having...

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