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Colorado's rivers and streams are at a dangerous tipping point -- and we can no longer take their health for granted in water planning.
Colorado's coal industry is on fire lately, going after natural gas producers with gusto in the wake of last year's controversial Clean Air, Clean Jobs Act, which requires Xcel Energy to convert several coal-fired power plants on Colorado's Front Range over to natural gas or alternative fuel sources such as wind and solar.
Corrects name of Utah plant to White Mesa Uranium Mill, instead of White River, in 13th paragraph
A feud between the coal industry and lawmakers who approved phasing out coal-burning power plants has cropped up again at the state Capitol this year in the form a little-known rule.
Nearly every governor in America is wrestling with budget issues, making unenviable choices on which services, programs or salaries to reduce or eliminate, and deciding whether higher taxes and fees are viable. Most governors are hemmed in by state requirements that the budget be balanced without deficit spending.
(Scroll down for video) ASPEN, Colo. (AP) â€” A Colorado adventurer who inspired the Oscar-nominated movie "127 Hours" has won $125,000 for an environmental group...
AP - A Colorado adventurer who inspired the Oscar-nominated movie "127 Hours" has won $125,000 for an environmental group on the NBC game show "Minute to Win it."
Interior Secretary Salazar recently met with seven western states to discuss the ongoing issues plaguing the Colorado River. It is critical that we collaborate to sustain this river.
For the second time this session, Rep. Jon Becker fired a shot into his own bill because opposition made it impassable.
Legislation that is supposed to rein in those who profit from Colorado's agricultural tax breaks without actually farming or ranching cleared a key legislative panel Monday.