A top federal official has resumed pressure on states in the Southwest to wrap up long-delayed emergency plans for potential shortages on the Colorado River.
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Research from atmospheric scientists in Boulder finds that personal care products can create emissions off your body at a level on par with your car’s tailpipe.
The man is accused of bribing Zimbabwean government officials while guiding a Colorado tourist and trying to import ivory illegally into the U.S.
A landowner found the eagle dead about 14 miles east of Platteville, Colo.
In Colorado, the Arkansas benefits from an injection of water from the Fryingpan River on the other side of the Sawatch Range.
Wildfires can make creeks and rivers boiling hot and clogged with debris, turning habitats fatal for aquatic species.
When unprepared owners surrender their captive wolves and wolf-dogs, this southern Colorado sanctuary takes them in.
More than 300 million people visit national parks every year -- but only 7 percent of them are African-Americans.
“This is the most surprising and unexpected thing that I’ve observed in 27 years of making these measurements,” researcher Steve Montzka says.
The agriculture secretary visited farmers and nonprofits in Colorado on a four-state western tour.
The area, set to open to the public this summer, is one of the few nature spaces within 30 miles of Denver.
You can read this story to find out how you can help the Boulder wildlife center find lost goslings new families, or just to look at cute baby animal photos.
Projections show there's a chance that Lake Mead will fall low enough in 2020 to trigger cutbacks under agreements governing the system.
Former Anadarko Petroleum cited in the suit say the company had only "a skeleton crew" left for safety and repairs.
The state legislature passed several measures relating to fuel sources and oil and gas development under the wire.