It's possible the growers "came to the conclusion that Colorado's climate this year is a little bit more hospitable, U.S. Attorney John Walsh says.
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Scientists come from around the world to the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory to study the water, flora and fauna.
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The world famous primatologist visited Colorado to give a talk at CU Boulder, speak with inmates and encourage future generations to protect the planet.
Colorado air regulators say they are working to reduce ozone concentrations, but say they have unique challenges.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell says nearly 100 separate but related management plans pave an important path forward for the bird.
The move prevents millions of acres of grouse habitat across 11 western states from scrutiny under the lens of the ESA.
From the Oil and Gas Task Force to honey bees, the center has worked with the players at the heart of many contentious issues over the years.
Sen. Cory Gardner led questioning of the EPA's response to the mine spill.
The EPA says wastewater is still spilling out of the mine at about 600 gallons per minute.
Across Colorado’s national parks there’s an estimated $205 million maintenance backlog.
In 40 states, use of coal as a power source (as a share of all power sources) has dropped since 2004. Many of these states are increasingly relying on natural gas instead.
Montana has one of the heaviest lifts of any state to comply with the EPA's plan to reduce carbon emissions. But the state is also rich in renewable energy, and the regulations may be a boon to some.
Republicans accused the EPA of not scrutinizing its own actions as closely it would a similar incident caused by private enterprise.