Bureau Of Land Management
There’s a battle emerging over fracking rights on Native American tribal lands.
Local and federal authorities are joining forces to crack down on illegal camping in southwestern Colorado, a growing problem highlighted by a series of bear attacks on people camping in Durango.
Jury selection has started for Denver’s first death penalty case in 14 years. Dexter Lewis is accused of fatally stabbing five people at a bar in October 2012.
Wildfire experts are predicting that Colorado will experience an average to above average wildfire season this year. They need aerial support to attack fires and limit damage. That requires training.
A new plan for oil and gas development on federal land in energy-rich northwestern Colorado includes stepped-up protections for areas near Dinosaur National Monument.
A new plan for oil and gas development in energy-rich northwestern Colorado would ease restrictions on what time of year drilling rigs can operate on federal land if well sites are consolidated to minimize disruptions to the environment.
Prescribed burns are planned on federal land at five locations in the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado this spring, but the dates haven’t been set.
The Bureau of Land Management conducted a controlled burn in Pitkin County Tuesday afternoon.
The Colorado Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal from a group opposing the artist Christo’s plans to drape a stretch of the Arkansas River with fabric.
A judge Friday shot down a lawsuit intended to stop international artist Christo’s plans to hang 1,000 luminous silvery fabric panels over the Arkansas River between Canon City and Salida.