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Since 2005, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has been reporting failure rates on vehicle emissions tests that are as much as 25 percent higher than the actual number, a Denver Post analysis finds.
Federal land managers continue to work on an Obama administration plan that makes millions of acres in the West eligible for protection as wilderness.
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DENVER (Reuters) - Four wind-driven wildfires forced the evacuations of 271 homes in the foothills west of Denver on Friday, in what has been an active early start to the wildfire season in Colorado.
According to speakers at a water forum last week, Colorado faces a difficultâ€“if not a dismalâ€“water future.
A bill to enhance the power of the Colorado officials in ranchers' water disputes with gas and oil companies has won initial backing in the House.
A bill that would have exempted Weld and Larimer county residents from emissions tests on their vehicles was killed in a state Senate committee Thursday.
DENVER (Reuters) - Evacuations were lifted on Friday for thousands of homeowners who fled a wind-stoked wildfire southeast of Denver, but fire managers warned much of eastern Colorado remains at high risk for wildfires because of drought-like conditions.
The National Park Service this week issued a second rejection to a group seeking to route a stage of the 2012 Quiznos P...