Denver Water wants to take more water out of Grand County's Fraser River. Environmental groups are split over how to approach the issue.
Early versions of the agency's report highlighted contaminated drinking water and vulnerabilities from fracking. The final version turned out differently: Fracking had not "led to widespread, systemic impacts."
It's an old saw that "water is for fighting over," but an expert in the Southwest says when Colorado River states have had to save water, they've actually thrived.
One of the worst recorded droughts in human history has stretched water supplies thin across the far-reaching Colorado River basin, which serves 40 million people.
Phillip Taylor, the founder of Mad Agriculture, wants to use fly larva to convert Boulder's food waste into protein for animals. Doing so could alleviate the need for unsustainable fish meal.
The U.S. Air Force is poised to spend $2 billion to clean up synthetic chemicals that have contaminated soil and groundwater across the U.S.
The 150,000 gallon spill from a storage tank happened October 12, and the city says it entered a wastewater treatment plant.
- The Security Water and Sanitation Districts will now pull water in from the Pueblo Reservoir.Read more
The lawsuit alleges manufacturers knew, or should have known, about potential health risks from the chemicals.
Website Matches Teachers With Second Jobs, Denver Neighborhood Hopes Clean-Up Improves Health, 'Water Knife' Depicts Water-Starved West
Website ByaTeacher.com matches teachers seeking second jobs with employers who need help. Then, residents of Denver's Westwood neighborhood are part of a national movement to improve outdoor amenities such as parks and paths to encourage people to get outside. And, sci-fi thriller "Water Knife," by Colorado author Paolo Bacigalupi, takes readers to a water-starved West.