Craig Fugate, who was just in Colorado, tells Colorado Matters why he was just in the state talking to various communities about preparedness.
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Bite into a juicy heirloom tomato from a local farmers market and you could be chewing on a bit of history and cross cultural exchange.
Drillers are making money — even though prices have yet to get back to their peak.
The normal staid diplomacy of Colorado River managers was upended in a spat between Denver Water and the Central Arizona Project.
The biggest change came in February when regulators changed how flowlines are created, tested and eventually abandoned.
Snowpack levels statewide are 70 percent compared to average. Conditions are worst in the southwest part of the state.
Jonathan Thompson places the Gold King Mine spill within the long history of mining and pollution in Southwest Colorado.
Just in time for this year's busy season, most tourists will no longer be able to drive to the summit.
A mining company accused the agency of letting untreated mine wastewater get into the Animas River.
The $35 fee applies mostly in the West: Yellowstone, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Mount Rainier, Rocky Mountain and Grand Teton parks, among others.
Most of Colorado also is under severe drought and almost all of the Texas Panhandle is seeing extreme drought or worse conditions.
The renewable energy market in Colorado, and the nation, is strong and growing. Will it stay that way with a fossil-fuel-focused president?
The allegation was made by Sunnyside Gold Corp., which is fighting the EPA over who should pay for a potentially costly groundwater study.
The company shut down hundreds of wells after an April 2017 explosion killed two people in Firestone.