The Trump administration denies that a decision to shrink Bears Ears National Monument in Utah was about energy development. But a Lakewood-based uranium company lobbied the Interior department. A spokesman explains.
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The glare from the sun is so bad on parts of I-70 in the foothills, CDOT may close it to prevent serious accidents. Here's what the agency says you can do to keep the glare at a minimum.
Congress is considering a proposal to name two peaks in southwestern Colorado for mountaineers Charlie Fowler and Christine Boskoff, who died 10 years ago while climbing mountains on the border of China and Tibet.
Through text messages, donors buy heaters, jackets, bedding and more for individual people who need them.
For decades, Bishop shot and sold postcards of ski areas and resort towns on the Western Slope like Aspen and Durango. He died in September in Grand Junction at age 96.
The new album by Denver cornetist Ron Miles takes its title from the slogan used by striking African-American sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968.
The International Olympic Committee this week banned the entire Russian team from the upcoming winter games, citing widespread, government-backed doping.
An overhaul of the U.S. tax code could come in as little as two weeks. Here's some ways Coloradans could be affected.