In the past two decades, there have been more daily records set for highs than for lows across all regions of the United States.
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This season's avalanches and snow slides are surprising even CDOT veterans.
The new plans are expected to remove the most protective habitat designations for about 13,000 square miles of public land.
And get this: Their last name is Winter.
The Judge said attorneys for the shareholder had revised the lawsuit twice, but that it still didn't meet legal requirements.
Stopping future blowouts from mine shafts is the toughest of the three goals.
Hours after the commission approved Extraction’s proposal, the Colorado Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill that would overhaul state oil and gas rules.
So-called urban or roof avalanches are actually more common than the kind sliding down a mountainside.
Rescuers in Colorado hauled a bull moose to safety after it became trapped in a window well.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has given governors or their representatives in the seven states until March 19 to recommend the next steps after California and Arizona failed to meet its deadlines.
Authorities seized the living horses and took them to a boarding facility approved by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Broomfield residents are taking their case both to state regulators and federal court.
Exactly how much land depends on pasture quality as determined by the government, but you can safely assume several hundred if not thousands of acres.
When the program started as a pilot project in 2008, Denver found that around 50 percent of the trash being sent to the landfill was compostable. Last year the city diverted 9,000 tons of waste from methane-producing landfills to compost.