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The gov primary tally: $25M spent by candidates, $10M by PACs...

We’ve written quite a bit about how much Colorado’s eight candidates in the June 26 gubernatorial primary raised. When loans are included, those candidates took...

Environmental groups sue state oil and gas commission over Greeley drilling...

Environmental and civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Tuesday, alleging that the regulatory agency violated its...

BLM’s planned lease sale of 100,000 Colorado acres for drilling prompts...

The Bureau of Land Management’s proposal to auction approximately 100,000 acres of federal public lands in northern Colorado for oil and gas drilling has...

Five follow-up questions on the I-70 project through Elyria-Swansea

At a tumultuous meeting last month in north Denver's Swansea neighborhood, an angry crowd shouted down the Colorado Department of Transportation’s executive director as...

Boulder’s clean energy pledge was driven by a lack of state...

Boulder aims derive 100 percent of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030. By the Sierra Club’s measure, that makes Boulder the 17th city...

Colorado Supreme Court weighs legality of city fracking bans

Anti-fracking activists gathered outside the judicial center to demand that the court allow cities to pass fracking bans and moratoriums without state interference --...

Progressives split with Polis over Obamatrade vote

Numerous Democrats took to the House floor prior to Thursday’s late-afternoon vote on the rules-debate to claim that a vote for the Trade Adjustment...

Wiretap: Bombing Tikrit; Horrible Longmont crime not murder

Bombing Tikrit The New York Times editorial board calls Obama's decision to bomb the Iraqi city of Tikrit a dangerous escalation "without providing a shred...

Judge blocks Colorado coal mine plan, orders feds to evaluate climate...

A court ruling issued in Colorado on Friday could nudge government agencies toward making more honest assessments of the climate impacts tied to the projects they approve for federal lands.

Colorado farmers join fight for tougher air quality rules

DENVER -- Farmers are joining a growing chorus in Colorado calling new proposed state air-quality rules weak and inadequate to address ozone levels that have spiked over the last half decade in the state as gas drilling has spread across the northern Front Range.