Dave Turin of Gold Rush

Dave Turin of Gold Rush

Dave Turin Becomes His Own Boss on a New Show

Dave Turin spent years working alongside Todd Hoffman and earned the nickname “Dozer Dave.” Now, Dave plans a spectacular return to gold mining, as he searches for a lost and abandoned mine to resurrect, and chase the gold the old-timers left behind.

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Dave Turin is on the Hunt for his Biggest Payday Yet

The Gold Rush veteran is back, and he's ready to continue the hunt for nuggets on a second season of Gold Rush: Dave Turin's Lost Mine.

How Ten Years has Changed the Gold Rush Mine Bosses

See who's had the most drastic transformation throughout ten years of Gold Rush.

The Families Brave Enough to Cross The River of No Return Are Getting Their Own Show

These homesteaders must rely on themselves, the help of their neighbors and a seasoned set of survival skills to survive in this remote wilderness.

New Year, New Walking Sharks?

A shark that walks, evolutionary conundrums, temperature changes, and tectonic shifts lead scientists to discover four new species of sharks.

Storm Dennis, When 2 Become 1 Menacing Bomb Cyclone

What is a bomb cyclone? And what’s up with Storm Dennis being such a menace in the UK?

Octopus Arms Have Minds of Their Own

Octopuses are capable of some amazing things. But did you know their arms literally have minds of their own? Learn more about a new study that has determined exactly how those little brains make decisions.

JJ Da Boss is Race Master for the Largest Purse in Street Outlaws’ History

Street Outlaws: Fastest In America premieres January 20 on Discovery.

Shark Flings Itself Out of Water to Avoid Becoming Orca’s Snack

A sevengill shark flings itself out of the water and onto rocks to avoid becoming an orca's meal.

Jeremy Wade Returns to TV in a new Science Channel Show, Mysteries of the Deep

Extreme angler and underwater detective Jeremy Wade explores mysteries pertaining to man and animal in his new Science Channel show.

Colin O’Brady Becomes the First Person to Cross Antarctica Unaided and Unsupported

After 54 long days battling subzero temperatures, wind storms, and complete white-outs, Colin O’Brady has become the first person to cross Antarctica alone, unaided without support or supply drops.