Chris Cohen

Chris Cohen


Runner in Inflatable Bubble Rescued

Iranian American ultrarunner Reza Baluchi was rescued by the Coast Guard Saturday while attempting to "run" more than a thousand miles between Florida and Bermuda, according to a CNN report.

Chris Cohen
Oct 6, 2014

Watch: Danny MacAskill Does It Again

MacAskill returned to his home of Skye, the remote and rugged northern Scottish island, to shoot a video with stunning scenery and mind-blowing trials-riding skills.

Chris Cohen
Oct 3, 2014

Forest Service Reopens Areas Affected by King Fire

The National Forest Service has begun reopening areas of the Sierra closed by the King fire, which has burned almost 100,000 acres west of Sacramento since September 13, according to the Sacramento...

Chris Cohen
Oct 1, 2014

National Parks to Hike Entrance Fees

The National Park Service has proposed raising entrance fees in 131 of the 401 public properties under its management, according to a report in the Denver Post.

Chris Cohen
Sep 29, 2014

New Speed Record Set on Manaslu

Polish ski-mountaineer Andrzej Bargiel has broken the speed record for an ascent of the Himalayan peak Manaslu, the eighth-highest mountain in the world, according to Explorersweb.

Chris Cohen
Sep 26, 2014

Alta to Remain Skiers Only

U.S. District Judge Dee Benson dismissed a lawsuit from snowboarders seeking access to Alta Ski Resort, according to a report by the Salt Lake Tribune. The ski area will remain limited to skiers.

Chris Cohen
Sep 24, 2014

Drone Pilot Banned from Yellowstone

In the first application of the National Park Service's anti-drone regulations, a German citizen named Andreas Meissner has pleaded guilty to several charges related to an ill-fated drone flight in...

Chris Cohen
Sep 23, 2014

Wolf Creek Fined in Patroller's Death

Colorado's Wolf Creek Ski Area has been fined $14,000 in the death of an on-duty ski patroller by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), according to a report by the Denver Post.

Chris Cohen
Sep 19, 2014

California to Start Regulating Groundwater

On Tuesday, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to regulate groundwater, making California the last Western state to do so, according to a report by the Associated Press.

Chris Cohen
Sep 18, 2014

California Wildfire Threatens More Than 1,600 Homes

The King Fire in Eldorado National Forest, about 60 miles east of Sacramento, has rapidly grown in size to become the most dangerous fire currently burning in California, reports the Los Angeles...

Chris Cohen
Sep 17, 2014

Improve Your Life: Don't Drive to Work

According to a pair of new British studies, commuting to work by foot, bicycle, or public transit is associated with a boost in both physical and mental health when compared to driving.

Chris Cohen
Sep 16, 2014