Broomfield residents will vote next Tuesday in a special citizen recall election.
If a flowline isn’t regularly tested and properly abandoned, it can cause problems.
An April 17 home explosion in Firestone has renewed attention to the friction between expanding urban areas and oil and gas development.
According to a recent report, Denver is less walkable than car-centric Los Angeles. Grassroots organizers, extreme walkers and urban planners are trying to change that.
Metro Denver’s collaborative approach to economic development is a radical departure from traditional politics, Brookings Institution fellow Jennifer Bradley says.
What happens when governments take over a movement designed to keep them out? Communities in Colorado are finding out, one bike lane at a time.