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.
U.S. Unveils Plan To Limit Drilling On Colorado's Roan PlateauFederal land managers have released a tentative plan to protect most of the wild but energy-rich Roan Plateau in western Colorado.
Rally Planned To Protest BLM's Auction Of Oil & Gas Rights Dozens of people are planning a protest in Lakewood Thursday morning to show their disapproval of the Bureau of Land Management's auction.
BLM's Wild Horse Program Under New Scrutiny Due To Slaughterhouse SalesA multi-year, federal investigation into claims wild horses captured in Colorado were auctioned to a man who then resold them to be sent to slaughter houses in Mexico is again renewing calls for reform in to the Bureau of Land Management program.
Army Helicopters Plan To Train West Of Canon CityThe Army plans to have Fort Carson helicopters practice high-altitude operations on public land west of Canon City this fall.
BLM Plans Prescribed Burn In Canon City AreaThe federal Bureau of Land Management plans a prescribed burn to control wildfire danger about 15 miles northwest of Canon City.
Judge Blocks Federal Oil, Gas Drilling Rules Pending LawsuitA judge on Wednesday blocked new nationwide regulations for oil and gas drilling on federal lands from taking effect while a lawsuit moves ahead.
Wild Horses Roundup Divides Ranchers In Northwest ColoradoThe roundup of wild horses in northwest Colorado has divided ranchers in the rural area of the state.
133 Horses Gathered In Northwest Colorado RoundupMore than 100 horses have been gathered as part of a roundup in northwest Colorado's West Douglas Herd Area.
Only 3 Of 20 Wildfires In Northwest Colorado Remain UncontainedLightning across northwestern Colorado is suspected of sparking about 30 fires over the weekend, keeping firefighters running from one fire to another.
People Shooting Exploding Targets May Have Caused Cottonwood Pass WildfireThe Bureau of Land Management and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office would like the public's help locating people they believe are responsible for causing a fire near Cottonwood Pass in Eagle County on Sunday.
BLM: Idaho Cyclist Sparks Fire By Burning Used Toilet PaperAuthorities say a cyclist started a 73-acre wildfire in southwest Idaho by lighting his toilet paper on fire after taking a comfort break.