The state began its shift away from coal nearly a decade ago with the Clean Air, Clean Jobs act.
A federal judge in Seattle is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether to block a settlement that would allow a company to post blueprints for printing 3D weapons on the internet.
The number of inmates at the county's only jail reached record numbers Monday.
Swerving, braking, lane-sliding humans can make driving in the real world highly unpredictable.
The EPA says it won't release public comments on its interim cleanup plan for mines in southwest Colorado, until a full plan is released.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have fishing restrictions in nearly a half dozen rivers across the state.
Doak's devotion to the dying was recently featured in a profile for the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.
Watts faces nine felony charges. The charges come a week after a friend reported the family missing from their home in Frederick.
Dr. William Reid interviewed James Holmes for 22 hours over multiple days, and has turned the experience into a new book.
David Bote got his start at Faith Christian High School, where his older brother and dad were coaches.
Wildfires in California have killed at least eight people and destroyed more than a thousand homes.
Artist Sam Bridgham took the decision in stride: “I plan to Lego bomb the entire surface of the Earth.”
Dense and smoky skies are expected to continue through Tuesday. Some evacuations orders were lifted in the Silver Creek Fire.
A gun range shuttered following the start of the Lake Christine Fire is reopening. The range where the fire began, remains closed.
An adviser to a Democratic legislative leader in Colorado has been punished for helping a progressive group put a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin on brief display at the state capitol building.