Colorado to challenge Trump administration decision ending states’ waiver for stricter vehicle-emissions
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday is set to end a waiver that allowed California and other states to have tighter vehicle emissions rules than ones mandated federally
Prop. DD explained: What sports gambling would mean in Colorado and how much (or little) it would generateBy Brian Eason Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado attorney general taking hard look at Trump administration’s clean-water regulations rollbackBy Jesse Paul Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
A massive ranch in Trinidad is officially Colorado’s newest state park thanks to innovative partnershipsBy Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Low-flow toilets and an endless supply of wipes that shouldn’t actually be flushed result in heavy, stinking blobs lightheartedly referred to as ‘Cousin Its’ when they’re dragged from the sewer
50 years ago a nuclear bomb was detonated under the Western Slope to release natural gas. Here’s how poorly it went.
The Rulison explosion was larger than the one that devastated Hiroshima. “They truly believed they could play God,” said a man who protested the experiment.
Earlier tests from a different part of the buffer zone found elevated levels of plutonium, while a second test from the same area showed lower levels
The EPA will hold a Friday hearing on whether to lower the ozone status of Denver and eight other northern Colorado counties from "moderate" to "serious"
The 1.3 mile downhill trail, called The Sluice, is a key feature of the new Floyd Hill Open Space trail system that reaches over the hill into Clear Creek Canyon
Are Colorado’s oil and gas and recreation industries all that different? Economists say no — and we need to protect them both
Both industries have impacts on land and rural communities, but “we can coexist” in pursuit of economic diversity, say promoters of recreation and energy
Adams County becomes first to enact stricter local oil and gas regulations since passage of new state law
Commissioners adopt 1,000-foot residential setback rules, double the state’s mandate, in package of measures passed after 5 hours of public comment
Acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley moved to disavow his longtime advocacy for federal land sales amid continued criticism over his appointment
He climbed and descended 50,000 vertical feet for 13 days — blind. His dog, Lulu, showed him the way.
Trevor Thomas, the world's only blind, sponsored through-hiker, returned to Colorado with a new dog to take a second run at the daunting Collegiate Loop Trail.