Authorities say two people suspected of starting a central Colorado wildfire by using tracer rounds at a firing range have turned themselves in to police.
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Compounds called PFCs were detected in wells used by the South Adams County Water and Sanitation District. Officials there say the water is safe.
Currently more than 80 percent of the state is in some form of drought.
With wildfires raging and cities facing record highs, everyone could use a bit (or a lot) of rain. The Channel 7 meteorologist says monsoons are on the way.
Rather than the old Western yarn of “water is for fighting,” can a focus on historical conservation cooperation teach us anything?
The state's hottest areas also happen to coincide with where wildfires are burning, a state climatologist says.
The Bureau of Land Management is consulting with the Navajo Nation before deciding whether or not to sell drilling rights.
A zero waste community means everything a community uses, can eventually be reused.
The state of Colorado is set to take on the $2 million a year financial burden of a cyanide gold mine that became an environmental disaster.
When it comes to prioritizing what to save in wildfires, life is more important than property and the environment.
Here are the latest updates on wildfire happenings in Colorado.
While a fraction of the size of the Spring Creek Fire, the Lake Christine blaze has forced hundreds of evacuations.
Park officials said the decision was based on the extreme fire danger and the large number of visitors expected this month.
Tamara Estes' family has lived in Huerfano County for nearly 150 years.
Some researchers say our language needs to change as droughts become less temporary and more permanent.