About 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
A delegation from one of the areas hardest hit by last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan is in Denver on a thank-you mission.
A Denver native is part of a group that is in Japan and helping people recover from the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the country in March.
The infamous weather balloon that floated over the Front Range in one of the state’s most unusual incidents is back in Colorado.
Some fifth graders in Denver have been doing their part to help the tsunami victims in Japan.
Those in the market for a new car may have some problems getting the one they want. The disaster in Japan is showing just how heavily dependent the auto industry is on the country.
The Red Cross is keeping up its relief efforts in Japan right now and American families in Japan are trying and stay safe.
The first known scam related to Japan’s earthquake and tsunami relief effort is in an e-mail. The sender pretends to be from the British Red Cross and appears to be legitimate.
The U.S. Northern Command has sent a planning team with expertise in hazardous material and medical and logistical support to Japan to determine what assistance the United States can provide in the nuclear reactor crisis.
Get information about the resources you can use to help following the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan.