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Southwest Colorado a playground for research scientists

Landscape diversity invites study of desert groundwater, alpine permafrost and prehistoric wildfires

3rd arrest made in alleged Colorado election security breach

DENVER – The former elections manager for a Colorado clerk indicted on charges of tampering with voting equipment has been arrested on allegations that she was part of the scheme, an officia...

Former Oath Keeper from Colorado shares experience with with Jan. 6 Committee

‘They may not like to call themselves a militia, but they are’

Utah crude trains could roll through Colorado after Forest Service denies objections

New railroad would connect northeast Utah oil fields with the national rail network to transport crude to Gulf Coast refineries

After U.S. Supreme Court decision, some Colorado leaders see urgency in addressing climate change

Federal, state action needed to implement policies

Heat dome set to scorch Southwest Colorado

Hot and dry weather will replace rains this weekend

Colorado voters may decide whether to legalize psychedelic mushrooms this fall

A measure to allow for cultivation and use is one step away from making November ballot

Colorado will not cooperate with other states’ abortion investigations

Polis signs executive order protecting people who seek abortions and those who provide them

Baby elk caught behind fence prompts little action south of Durango

Wildlife officials say leaving animals like the one on County Road 220 alone is often best option

Unaffiliated voters cast more GOP ballots than Republicans in some counties

GOP primaries were more competitive, which may be why more people voted in those races

Official: Colorado River cuts should be made by Arizona, Nevada and California

States have two months to drastically reduce water use or face federal intervention

Abortion advocates, opponents look to a post-Roe future in Durango and Colorado

State likely to see more women traveling from Texas, Utah and Arizona for procedure