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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...
BOULDER, Colo. -- Landowners have been using an explosive, state-approved device to blow up prairie dog holes Ã¢Â€Â“ and some neighbors don't like it. The...
Japan`s ongoing crisis is likely to be felt by Colorado`s ranchers and meat packers, as well as by car sellers and buyers alike.
The National Park Service's refusal to allow a professional cycling race to occur within the boundaries of Colorado Nat...
Environmental groups trying to compel the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to mitigate the climate change impacts of coal mine methane are encouraged by today's BLM decision to reconsider approval of a mine expansion on Colorado's Western Slope.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee was the site of a climate change Colorado showdown Tuesday.
America's "nuclear power renaissance" â€“ and a concurrent Colorado uranium mining revival â€” could cool considerably in the wake of an 8.9 earthquake and tsunami off Japan's northeast coast that caused two partial meltdowns at two nuclear reactors and serious problems at two more plants.