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Wiretap: Why Ted Cruz quit rock; biased pot reporting; Utah firing...

Blowing Steam Michael Roberts, at Westword, pulls no punches slamming The Gazette in his critique of the Pulitzer Prize-winning paper’s series "Clearing the Haze." Roberts...

Utility, leery of EPA, eyes Wyoming’s first natural gas power plant...

Black Hills Power, a South Dakota utility with offices in Denver, filed papers Tuesday to shut down three aging coal-fired power plants in Wyoming and build a new natural gas-powered plant in Cheyenne – the first of its kind in the coal-dominated state.

Solar energy hearing gets testy as Xcel insists that rebates must...

During a Senate committee hearing Wednesday, solar advocates called foul on Xcel Energy's decision to petition the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to cut solar incentive programs that have helped the burgeoning industry grow in the state.

Targeting the GOP agenda and Xcel: Colorado environmental activists surf the...

Read the news these days; read about protests. Over the past weekend, Colorado environmental activists joined the movement by taking their long list of frustrations to the government’s steps in three rallies in Denver and Boulder.