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As climate changes, Colorado preps for heat-wave deaths

Climate change has tripled the heatwaves hitting Fort Collins in the last 15 years. That's nothing compared to an Indian heatwave cracking 118 degrees and killing nearly 2,500....

News Poem: ‘Birds of the Flood’

In the morning, the dog puked after lapping from a puddle. / He refused a bowl from the tap as if he knew better.

Salazar: ‘Better days ahead’ but fire-torn American West not out of...

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar visited his native state Monday where he declared there will be “better days ahead” but, he also warned, Colorado and the nation have not seen the end of fire season.

Spring Flood Threat Keeps Towns on Alert

Certainly Rifle hasn't seen the snow build up like Dillon or Durango, but it's downstream in the Colorado River drainage area with snowpack depth...

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid….And Prepared

There are some things scarier than two more years of the Bush Administration. As we relive the Hurricane Katrina disaster, there is a worse...
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