Mountains of the Collegiate Peaks in Colorado's Sawatch Range appear remain cloaked in a deep winter coat of white on Monday, June 10, 2019. Colorado's winter snowpack remains largely unmelted due to a late, cool spring, causing alarm for the potential of flooding in many mountain towns. According to SNOTEL measurements on nearby Fremont Pass, which is about 3,000 feet lower in elevation, there remains about 53 inches of snow holding the equivalent of 23 inches of water. (Dean Krakel, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Colorado’s rivers are starting to swell — but there are still feet of snow left to melt in the high country

Snowpack levels in some of the state’s river basins remain at about 50% of their peak. A man was killed rafting the Eagle River last week.

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Colorado Supreme Court rules TABOR repeal can move forward in major victory for critics

The 5-2 opinion reverses a state title board decision in January that ruled the ballot measure violated the single subject clause of the state constitution

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Democrat attorneys general are among Trump’s largest roadblocks. Where does Colorado’s Phil Weiser fit in?

Colorado’s attorney general has already filed or joined eight lawsuits against the Trump administration. Phil Weiser says he is simply trying to protect the state, but some Republican critics argue he’s going too far.