BLM to remove 80% of wild mustang herd from Sand Wash Basin in Colorado’s second helicopter roundup of the summer
The federal Bureau of Land Management intends to remove 733 horses from the northwestern Colorado rangeland despite protest from Gov. Jared Polis and horse advocates.
Experts warn of dangers from breaches of voter system software like the one in Mesa County
In Colorado, federal, state and local authorities are investigating whether Mesa County elections staff might have provided unauthorized individuals access to their systems
Inside Colorado’s attempt to police the growing number of homeless camps in national forests
More homeless camps have been popping up in Colorado’s national forests during the pandemic
“A lot of complex feelings”: How 3 Colorado veterans who served in Afghanistan feel about the country’s collapse
Forty Coloradans died in the war in Afghanistan. Fort Carson in Colorado Springs lost nearly 100 soldiers to the conflict.
Denver LGBT-rights activist tapped by Biden to serve as ambassador to Switzerland
Scott Miller, the husband of Tim Gill, is a former account vice president at UBS Wealth Management in Denver
Colorado reenacts mask mandate for nursing homes, regardless of vaccination status
The restriction is another hint at the worsening coronavirus situation in Colorado and across the country, driven by spread of the more contagious delta variant
Littleton passed an ordinance requiring that gun stores take steps to prevent burglaries. Half of the city’s shops are struggling to comply.
The law, which took effect Aug. 1, requires all gun retailers within city limits to obtain a city-issued license showing approval of a “safe storage plan"
Congress’ bipartisan infrastructure bill includes $8.3 billion for Western water. Here’s how Colorado stands to benefit.
$300 million would go directly to carrying out the Colorado River Basin Drought Contingency Plan, $50 million of which would go to Upper Basin states, including Colorado
Arvada parks worker dies after his ride-on mower tips into lake
Joe Herrin, a parks maintenance worker who has been with the city since May 2018, was using the mower near the edge of Birdland Lake at Jack B. Tomlinson Park
Warming rivers in the western U.S. are killing fish, imperiling industry
Officials in Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and California are asking anglers to fish during the coolest parts of the day to minimize the impact on fish stressed from low-oxygen levels in warm water
Two more bodies found after Poudre River flooding, mudslides
One more person remains missing after flooding around the Cameron Peak burn scar
Interior secretary, speaking in Denver, stands by Tracy Stone-Manning’s nomination to lead Bureau of Land Management
Deb Haaland is in Colorado in large part to visit the BLM’s headquarters in Grand Junction as she decides whether to keep it there
Pilot appears to have been flying too low in mountains near Aspen before deadly crash
A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says the Beechcraft Bonanza was flying at an altitude of 11,500 feet on July 3 as it approached a mountain ridgeline with summits over 13,000 feet
Leading U.S. Senate Democrats are pushing for federal marijuana legalization. A Colorado-led cannabis banking bill could be collateral.
The marijuana legalization push comes as Colorado's U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, an Arvada Democrat, has been working for years to grant the legal marijuana industry access to banking through the SAFE Banking Act
7 held in alleged kidnapping, torture of Colorado woman
Four of the suspects were arrested Thursday by the CBI, U.S. Marshals and the Pueblo County and Otero County sheriff's offices
Colorado governor ends health emergency orders, rescinding many of his executive actions
The move is the latest sign that Colorado is moving past the pandemic, even as the economic effects of the health crisis linger and the dangerous Delta variant rages in the western part of the state
Colorado would get at least $50 million under proposed settlement of national opioid lawsuits against Purdue Pharma
The deal comes after Colorado and 14 other states late Wednesday agreed to drop their opposition to a bankruptcy plan filed by Purdue, the maker of the powerful prescription painkiller OxyContin
Drought, heat and fire prompt fishing ban on 120-mile stretch of Colorado River
Colorado River flows at two U.S. Geological Survey monitoring stations are less than half of historic levels
Colorado governor signs wave of criminal justice bills into law, including ketamine measure spurred by Elijah McClain’s death
The legislation Gov. Jared Polis signed on Tuesday includes measures aimed at reducing burdensome court fees and the fallout that families in poverty can face when they don’t pay them