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100 bills debated at the Colorado Legislature this year that you should know about

Roughly 650 pieces of legislation were introduced this year at the Capitol

Lower rates of chronic wasting disease found in Southwest Colorado

Environmental factors, geography could play a role in limiting the neurological illness

Hunting groups are leading the charge on wildlife conservation in Southwest Colorado

Hunters are fundraising, sharing knowledge and doing restoration projects to protect wildlands

To refine water forecasts, Western cities map snow by plane

GUNNISON – At a tiny airport surrounded by mountains, a three-person crew takes off for the inaugural flight above the headwaters of the Colorado River to measure the region’s snow by air. U...

Durango reacts to draft decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade

Groups express despair and elation, but acknowledge ruling would have limited impact in Southwest Colorado

New HGTV series follows Pagosa Springs’ Root Design Co.

Ben and Cristi Dozier remodel properties throughout Southwest Colorado while making the region home

Colorado lawmakers speak out about leaked ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade

Leaders emphasize abortion access will be protected in the state

Coloradans can expect a wave of anonymous political texts as 2022 campaign revs up

Laws require people, groups behind political text messages disclose who they are, but that seldom happens

La Plata County holds large-scale drill to prepare for eventual wildfire

Multiday simulation includes mock evacuations of hospital, subdivisions

Flu likely cause of horse deaths at Colorado BLM facility

CANON CITY – An equine influenza virus is the likely cause of a respiratory disease outbreak that has killed about 100 wild horses at a federal holding facility in southern Colorado. Bureau...

First case of human bird flu infection confirmed in Colorado

DES MOINES, Iowa – A Colorado prison inmate has tested positive for bird flu in the first recent confirmed case of a human infected with the disease that has resulted in the deaths of millio...

Gusty winds, dryness could fan spring wildfires again

ALBUQUERQUE – More of the dry, windy weather that helped fan rare spring wildfires from New Mexico to Nebraska is expected to threaten the progress that firefighters have made in controlling...