With more and more carbon dioxide spewing from China, India and other rapidly growing nations, some people are asking why the U.S. should bear the expense involved in slashing our own emissions.
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Air quality could improve in Colorado under proposed regulations of oil and gas emissions but some operators say the rules are cost-prohibitive.
Oregon as a local food movement hub? That's obvious. Less so is the fact that one in five state residents rely on food stamps. That's one of the surprising facts that stand out in an interactive map that tracks how cuts that went into effect on Nov. 1 are affecting the country.
Vacancy rates in the region were between one and three percent even before the floods in Colorado but with competition fierce for trailers and apartments, some Latino families say they're being discriminated against.
New voluntary treatment program at the former Fort Lyon state prison lets addicts recover in a facility that's more than 200 miles from Denver.
The Barking Dog Café on Main Street was one of the first businesses to reopen and now residents gather there regularly to try and rebuild a sense of community.
There’s a lot of talk this election about how Coloradans are voting. Not what measures they’re voting for, but what method they’re using to do it. That’s because a sweeping overhaul of the state’s election law is just going into effect. And so far it’s getting a mixed reception.