All the commercial water users in Colorado amount to 5/100th of 1 percent of the state's annual water use — and they get it from the tap, buying surface rights or aquifer rights.
Welcome to Colorado Wonders. This is where you can ask your burning questions about Colorado. Why are Denver rents so high? Where are the least safe bridges in Colorado? How much does it cost to fill a pothole? And questions about the culture and tradition of the state - food, drink, art, music . . . heck, cattle branding. Anytime you find yourself saying, "What’s the deal with ..." chances are other people wonder too. So share your curiosity, ask your question in the form below and we'll get on it.
No, putting the fish in your bathtub won't make them safer to eat.
Grizzlies are thriving in other parts of the country, but the bear hasn't been seen in Colorado since 1979.
As the Platte meanders through Denver, it gurgles past lots of potential sources of pollution.
The 120 day legislative session is written into Colorado's Constitution -- and lawmakers and lobbyists say that's long enough.
Have you noticed more roadkill on Colorado highways this spring? You can blame more traffic, a snowy winter and a lot of deer.
That’s because refineries have entered their maintenance period and because international pressures have inflated prices.
April Showers, Allergies ... And Street Sweeping. Where Did Denver's Municipal Signal Of Spring Come From Anyway?
Denverites have been getting their streets sweeped for more than 100 years. (No word on if the ancestral sweepers left those infamous yellow tickets tucked under your great-grandma's horse's harness, though.)
Colorado lawmakers introduced a bill last week to help improve the state's last-in-the-nation ranking for kindergarten students' vaccination rate -- making Colorado ripe for an outbreak. Get a closer look at Colorado's policy on mandatory vaccinations.