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Citizen scientists play key role in tracking bighorn sheep

Mountain Studies Institute’s project supports work of public land and wildlife agencies

What’s included in Colorado’s $36 billion proposed state budget?

Spending is unprecedented and doesn’t include $2.6 billion in federal coronavirus aid the Legislature is doling out this year

Bulkheads caused the Gold King Mine spill. Could they also be part of the solution?

Remediation tool can limit acidic drainage, but experts must also understand the complicated hydrology

Climate change may push Colorado toward the ‘Goldilocks Zone’ for West Nile virus

West Nile killed 11 people and caused 101 cases of neuroinvasive infections, the highest numbers in 18 years

Residents return home after fleeing Boulder wildfire

Nearly 20,000 people who were forced to flee a wildfire in northern Colorado were back home Monday after firefighters were able to stop the spread of the fire at 190 acres. The fire that bro...

Colorado Rep. Barbara McLachlan eyes fourth term

Longtime representative from Durango touts her work at the Capitol as campaign season nears

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert touts funding wins she voted against

Spending was part of a federal package signed into law last week

Lawmakers reject bill seeking to prohibit employers from firing workers for cannabis use

House Bill 1152 was rejected on a 12-1 vote

The latest line of defense against wolves on this Colorado ranch? Guard donkeys

Cattlemen say the burros’ tranquil demeanor can be deceiving

Outdoor Retailer show moving to Utah despite boycott threats

DENVER – The Outdoor Retailer trade show will move the event back to Salt Lake City from Denver next year despite threats from an environmental group and big-name recreation companies to boy...

Colorado state rep fails to make GOP primary ballot after losing to candidate with recent felony conviction

Rep. Mary Bradfield of Colorado Springs lost to Karl Dent at House District 21 assembly

Colorado city marks anniversary of deadly supermarket attack

BOULDER – With flowers and a public remembrance for those who died and those still grieving, Colorado residents were marking the one-year anniversary Tuesday of a shooting at a busy supermar...