2nd Company Shuts Oil, Gas Wells After Deadly Home ExplosionA second petroleum company said it would shut down and inspect wells after a fatal house explosion near a gas well in Colorado, although investigators have not said whether the well was the cause.
Colorado Lawmakers Reconcile A Budget Without Wiggle RoomA bipartisan conference committee restored funding for a teen survey that asks about drug use and added money to hire more oil and gas field inspectors in reaching a deal Thursday to balance Colorado's $26.8 billion budget.
Air Force Academy's 1st Female Superintendent Stepping DownThe first woman to lead the U.S. Air Force Academy is retiring after almost 4 years.
No Sign Yet Of Well Leak In Fatal Home ExplosionColorado regulators say they've found no signs of natural gas leaks after a fatal explosion at a home near a gas well but they're still running tests.
Teen Sexting Law Closer To Agreement In ColoradoA teen-sexting law that has eluded Colorado lawmakers for years appears to be moving closer to reality.
Colorado May Bar Officers From Helping With Marijuana CrackdownColorado may prohibit law enforcement officers from assisting in a potential federal marijuana crackdown.
Activists: Man Who Once Sought Refuge In Church DetainedA Mexican man who once sought sanctuary from deportation in a Colorado church was detained by federal immigration agents Wednesday morning as he went to a warehouse to get tile to install on a job, his wife said Wednesday.
Some High Plains Farmers Struggling After Fires, DroughtDeep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
Man Pleads Guilty To Fatal Stabbing Outside High Country BarA man charged in a fatal stabbing outside a bar in Leadville has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Colorado Bill To Expedite Immigrant License Renewals FailsA bill to let unauthorized immigrants renew their Colorado driver's licenses online or by mail has died in the Senate.
Crucial Test For Transportation Funding Bill In Colorado SenateA bill that would ask voters to raise Colorado's state sales tax to fund a $3.5 billion transportation bond issue faces a crucial test in the Senate.
Court Removes Obstacle To Releasing Wolves In New MexicoA court has removed one obstacle to the federal government's plan to release more endangered wolves in New Mexico over the state's objections, but it wasn't immediately clear whether or when additional releases would occur.

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