A group of ranchers near Kremmling will move forward with an ambitious plan to rehabilitate about 12 miles of the river.
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Weld County Commissioners say the Heartland Biogas Project does not have a valid permit to operate.
In 'The Sixth Extinction' author Elizabeth Kolbert illuminates the struggles of species to survive in the face of climate change. It is part of the curriculum for one Colorado classroom.
Weld County Commissioners will wade through potential violations that were submitted by neighbors during a Dec. 19 meeting.
What’s it like when teenagers grapple with some of the biggest issues on the planet in school?
A photographer and a writer clung to narrow ledges, endured thirst and injuries to document the Grand Canyon from one end to another.
Since the 1970s, Billy Barr has measured the snow, weather, and first appearance of animals outside his door. The data has helped scientists show the effects of climate change.
In her new book "The Man Who Thought He Owned Water," Tershia D'Elgin tells the story of her family farm outside Greeley.
University of Colorado ecologist Alan Townsend admits more dialogue is needed to ensure everyone has a say in resolving problems.
Health giant Kaiser Permanente is investing heavily in renewables and other green measures, like energy efficiency and waterwise landscapes. Many Colorado-based companies are following suit.
Denver Water wants to take more water out of Grand County's Fraser River. Environmental groups are split over how to approach the issue.
Trump has called global warming a hoax and he criticized wind and solar power as "so expensive." That leaves hope for renewables resting on state policies.
On immigration, energy policy, and health care, John Hickenlooper says Colorado will continue to chart its own course, regardless of the presidential election.
A Greeley neighborhood group says Colorado's oil and gas regulators didn't follow their own rules to accommodate the community's concerns.
It's an old saw that "water is for fighting over," but an expert in the Southwest says when Colorado River states have had to save water, they've actually thrived.