News from the Field

Photographer: USADA

Spain Investigating Lance Armstrong

On February 20, the United States Anti-Doping Agency tweeted two messages that have more relevance after a report surfaced yesterday that Spain is investigating Lance Armstrong for issues related... Read More

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Cuts Will Slow Grand Teton Rescues

Stricken climbers and hikers in Grand Teton National Park will find themselves waiting longer for help this year due to budget cuts, park officials say. Grand Teton expects to lose $700,000 from... Read More

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Russians Begin Hoarding Snow for Sochi

Fearing another season of mild temperatures, organizers of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi have begun creating massive stockpiles of artificial snow. The Sochi organizers will attempt to defy... Read More

Photographer: Lindsey Scallan via Hawaii News Now

Lost Camera Floats From Hawaii to Taiwan

A China Airlines employee walking along a Taiwanese beach found a Georgia woman's camera six years after she lost it while on vacation in Hawaii. "I just was floored that it was my camera and it... Read More

Photographer: Sharon Seaward

Man Dies On 'World's Largest Rope Swing' in Corona Arch

The Associated Press is reporting that a 22-year-old man has died from injuries sustained after miscalculating a rope swing at Utah's Corona Arch. Kyle Lee Stocking overestimated the length of rope... Read More