She'll replace Scott Blackmun, who resigned earlier this year to deal with health issues that undercut his ability to deal with the sex-abuse crisis.
Currently more than 80 percent of the state is in some form of drought.
The homegrown marijuana prevention program is a far cry from the Nancy Reagan “Just Say No” anti-drug programs of the 1980s and 90s.
The artist’s signature works include life-sized horses and large chickens, including a special one in Fruita to commemorate “Mike the Headless Chicken.”
Christian Robbins, marketing director for the railroad, calls the move “a relief.”
With wildfires raging and cities facing record highs, everyone could use a bit (or a lot) of rain. The Channel 7 meteorologist says monsoons are on the way.
A veteran, Sias served in combat as a pilot and ground controller during Desert Storm and the Second Iraq War.
Rather than the old Western yarn of “water is for fighting,” can a focus on historical conservation cooperation teach us anything?
An undisclosed number of Denver workers will be laid off while others will be offered relocation.
The state's hottest areas also happen to coincide with where wildfires are burning, a state climatologist says.
The Bureau of Land Management is consulting with the Navajo Nation before deciding whether or not to sell drilling rights.
A zero waste community means everything a community uses, can eventually be reused.
Evergreen potter Tom Edwards has been selling the flatulent coffee mugs for years before they caught Elon Musk's eye.
Mills and three other leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood were convicted in 2006 in a federal racketeering case, which included multiple counts of murder.
The state of Colorado is set to take on the $2 million a year financial burden of a cyanide gold mine that became an environmental disaster.