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Missing sidewalks, dangerous intersections make Front Range public transit unsafe

What good is a $4.7 billion transit system in Colorado if passengers can’t reach their bus stops and light rail stations safely? In many...

Can more plumbing save Colorado’s water?

When Colorado's tourism marketing gurus wanted to show the world what the state is all about, they used television spots evoking the powerful call of...

Colorado’s forgotten forest

  FRISCO — Colorado's verdant high country spruce and fir forests get all the glory on the cover of tourist brochures, but the state's most...

Front Range Colorado towns push back against neighborhood frack attacks

Residents in towns sited in a line that stretches through a 250-square-mile gas field covered with wells like a picnic blanket overrun by ants, voted Tuesday to impose moratoriums and an outright ban on hydraulic fracturing within city limits.

Colorado unlikely to hit ozone standard due to oil and gas...

FRISCO, Colo. — Ready or not, the federal government may be about to look up your tailpipe. Ozone violations along the Front Range spiked this year and it's unlikely that Colorado will meet a 2015 EPA deadline to improve air quality.

Colorado businessman asks feds to reconsider Flaming Gorge pipeline denial

A proposal to funnel water from Wyoming's Flaming Gorge to Colorado's Front Range is back on the table.

Critics call for Colorado to forget Flaming Gorge pipeline after latest...

A second blow was dealt Thursday to a proposal to construct a 501-mile pipeline from Wyoming's Flaming Gorge to Colorado's Front Range when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) deemed the application premature. Opponents quickly questioned how Colorado leaders could take the project seriously considering the Army Corps of Engineers rejected an earlier application.

Pricey Wyoming pipeline project ratchets up water worries along Colorado’s Front...

It’s not exactly Perrier-pricey, but pretty damn close, according to opponents of the massive proposed Flaming Gorge pipeline project that would pump water out of the Green River in southwest Wyoming and suck it back over the Continental Divide to Colorado’s Front Range.

Ferry Steps Down as Vail Chamber Director Following ‘Riff-raff’ Comment

Kaye Ferry, the outspoken and sometimes controversial executive director of the Vail Chamber and Business Association, has resigned in the wake of comments to...