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National Forest Recommends Land Swap for Ski Road The Rio Grande National Forest recommended approval of a land swap Thursday that would allow a developer to build an access road to a proposed ski village near the remote Wolf Creek Ski Area in southwestern Colorado. Xcel Energy Proposes Rate Increase Xcel Energy wants to increase its electric rates and is seeking public input.
Hearing Set For Colorado Teen Accused In Utah Girl’s Death Colorado Insurance Alert Urges Smokers To Quit Helicopter Joins Search for Climber On Longs Peak Man Allegedly Bought Pot From Colorado To Sell In Maryland Soldier Faces Life Sentence In Death Of Girlfriend Environmental Groups To Sue Over Gunnison Grouse Market Improving For Beetle-Killed Trees Helicopter Might Join Search On Longs Peak
Colorado Weather Center
Latest Forecast: Lots of Clouds but Still Seasonal Still seeing those highs clouds but temperatures are where we expect them to be for this time of year. A Winter Storm Watch has been hoisted for portions of the high country beginning Saturday afternoon.
One Shot In Parking Lot In East Denver One person was wounded in a shooting in a fast-food parking lot near the Northfield shopping center in east Denver on Thursday night. Nearly 80 Car Windows Shot Out In Brighton, Police Say Police in Brighton are investigating more than 79 cases of criminal mischief after vehicle windows were shot out.
Hearing Set For Colorado Teen Accused In Utah Girl’s Death Man Allegedly Bought Pot From Colorado To Sell In Maryland 15-Year-Old Boy Charged In Fatal Shooting Northglenn Police Shoot At Robbery Suspect 12 Times Henthorn Documents Indicate Omissions, Inconsistencies, Shifting Stories Alleged ID Theft Ring Indicted, Accused Of Stealing Street-Side Mailbox Woman Accused Of Stealing Thousands From Bennett Elementary School PTSA Man Charged In Rental Scam After July Indictment On Similar Allegations
Denver Immigrants, Activists Hail Obama’s Address About 64,000 illegal immigrants living in Colorado will be affected by President Barack Obama's controversial plan that will dramatically alter the nation's immigration system. Colorado Plans Right-To-Die Legislation Two Colorado lawmakers inspired by a letter from a terminally ill man plan to propose legislation next year that would allow people to choose when they die.
Time’s Come For Armed Teachers In Schools, Say Some Educators Hickenlooper: ‘Open’ To Discussion About Arming Teachers NGA Chair Hickenlooper Welcomes New Governors At Seminar Colorado Returns To Split-Party Legislative Rule Executive Order On Immigration To Affect Millions Rep. Hullinghorst New Colorado House Speaker Colorado Ag Commissioner John Salazar Retiring Pot-Friendly States Team Up On Capitol Hill
Dominic Dezzutti's Blog
Keystone Vote A Microcosm Of Oil Energy Battle Tuesday's vote on the Keystone XL pipeline typified everything that is wrong with how we approach oil energy production in the U.S., and the fight may very quickly be fought much closer to home. CD6 To Remain Battleground Until Coffman Pulls A Perlmutter A little over a week after he defeated Andrew Romanoff, Mike Coffman is already being targeted for the 2016 CD6 race. He'll need to borrow a page from Ed Perlmutter's book to finally chase off the competition.