Another vote approving the bill is needed before it is sent back to the House, which has already approved it, to consider Senate amendments.
Fireworks, drones, and habitat relocation projects are among the ways that Air Force biologists are fighting the expensive and potentially deadly problem of bird strikes.
Most of the senators and representatives support the contents of Robert Mueller's report being released to the public.
US 550 is open but transportation officials still advise caution. Crews are still clearing the shoulders of the road. Also, they found an 11-foot-wide boulder on the road.
The stranded remains of Western Slope veterans were in storage for decades. On Thursday, a full military ceremony saw them finally laid to rest.
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The order comes amid complaints that millions of acres of state and federal land in the American West can only be reached by traveling across private property as federal law allows the sale or exchange of public lands.
Tribes want specific language in a BLM plan that would prevent drilling near the park, instead of protesting four times a year when the energy industry requests lease sales on certain parcels.
Colorado’s shift from purple toward blue leaves Gardner in an unenviable spot when it comes to Trump and his policies.
The moratorium on new oil and gas development in the county is just a "timeout" while Senate Bill 181 is ironed out at the state Capitol.
Artificially intelligent robots are already sorting through your trash and taking your fast food order. What's to come?
The U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday that more than 50 percent of the state is not under any drought conditions -- last week it was only 17 percent.
The self-proclaimed "commodity of drag oddity" is just the second queen from Denver to compete on the VH1 reality competition show.
The investigation into the crash that killed Groves is ongoing. No charges have been filed against the driver that struck him.
The transit agency and first responders are practicing what to do if a train were to hit a pedestrian on a light rail bridge.