Investigation Underway After Man's Body Found In Arkansas RiverAuthorities are investigating after a body was found in the Arkansas River in Otero County on Sunday.
Woman Killed In Rafting Accident On Arkansas RiverA Colorado woman was killed in a rafting accident Sunday on the Arkansas River.
Authorities Search For Suspect After Raft Flips On Arkansas RiverDeputies are looking for a suspect on the run after a rafting accident in Canon City.
Rafting Companies Predict A Great Season On Colorado's WaterwaysImpressive snowpack has Colorado rafting companies excited about the summer season and they're hoping for big crowds.
Royal Gorge Railroad To Resume Service After Conductor DeathThe scenic railroad through Colorado's Royal Gorge will begin running again Wednesday following the death of one of its conductors.
Woman Dies After Falling From Raft On Arkansas RiverFremont County authorities say a woman has died in a rafting accident on the Arkansas River.
Water Begins Flowing Through Springs' New $850 Million LineWater has begun flowing into Colorado Springs through a new 50-mile pipeline from the Arkansas River.
Snowpack Looking Good As Colorado Heads Into Dry PatternAs Colorado heads into a drier pattern this week, it's good to know our snowpack has started out strong.
Colorado Unveils Plan To Manage Water Amid Drought, DemandColorado released its first-ever plan Thursday to cope with increasing competition for that water as the West grows drier.
The Latest: U.S. Court Asked To Stop Christo's River Project In ColoradoColorado residents fighting the artist Christo's dream of draping the Arkansas River with fabric are asking a federal appeals court to throw out permission for the project.
Colorado Creek Turned Purple During Fish Management ProgramA small stream turned a hue of purple right now as state fish biologists begin a large scale fish management program, leaving hundreds of fish dead, while making way for another threatened species of native fish to be moved there.
Experts See Long-Term Calamity From Colorado Mine SpillThe toxic waste gushing from a Colorado mine and threatening downstream water supplies in at least three states will continue to be dangerous whenever contaminated sediments get stirred up from the river bottom, authorities said Wednesday.