Probably through July you might not have to get on a plane — or drive for dozens of hours — to get to sand, water and waves. Just head to Southern Colorado.
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As the Platte meanders through Denver, it gurgles past lots of potential sources of pollution.
A chief concern is poaching, that illegal killings if wolves could rise without protections in place.
The Hinsdale Unified Coordination Group has worked to get ahead of the predicted runoff deluge.
Officials say the bear attacked a woman — and bit her on the thigh — as she hiked Monday. They found it Thursday and killed it.
Polis hopes to get Colorado to 100 percent renewable energy by 2040. To that effect, he signed seven new bills into law intended to limit the state’s contributions to climate warming.
Bureau of Land Management delays leasing on land near Chaco Culture National Historical Park after Navajo and Pueblo tribes fight to protect sites beyond the part in the San Juan Basin in northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado.
A federal court ruling issued on Wednesday directs U.S. officials to consider the effect of climate change from leasing 250 square miles of public lands in Colorado and Utah for oil and gas drilling.
About half a dozen climbers died on Everest last week, including Don Cash of Utah.
Debris from a busy avalanche system can clog streams of water from melting snowpack and lead to flooding in remote towns.
There's a new campaign underway gathering signatures to get Denver voters to approve a tax on natural gas and electricity to help combat climate change.
The Gold King mine is not on the list of 23 sites chosen for this summer's work.
Thad Bingham made thousands of dollars by selling bobcat pelts. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee was also previously convicted in 2014 for illegally killing a bull elk.
Usually, Coloradans love to impress their out-of-state visitors with a drive over the top of a mountain during Memorial Day Weekend.