Former State Wildlife Chief Pleads Guilty In Trespassing While Hunting CaseHe used to sit in the Colorado governor’s cabinet and oversaw the department that enforces hunting law, now Mike King has pleaded guilty himself for illegally hunting but some say the former political appointee got off easy.
Trespassing While Hunting Case For State Wildlife Chief Delayed Until JuneThere's been another delay in a landowner's legal fight to punish a top government official for trespassing. The case focuses on hunting and Colorado's natural resources executive director.
Illegal Hunting Case Involving Natural Resources Executive Director ReopenedHe's a high-ranking executive in the state government and even oversaw the creation of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, but now Mike King is under fire because a case of illegal hunting is being reopened.
Colorado Division of Wildlife's $32M Error Blamed On Sloppy AccountingSloppy accounting and staff turnover caused a $32.4 million miscalculation at Colorado's Division of Wildlife, according to a state audit presented to lawmakers Monday.
Wildlife Officials Warn About Increasingly Aggressive CoyotesTwo coyotes have been killed after one of them attacked a jogger in Boulder. Now wildlife officials are warning people that coyotes are becoming more aggressive.
$32.4M Accounting Error At DOW To Be InvestigatedAuditors will investigate a $32.4 million spending miscalculation disclosed this summer at the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
Bear In Fort Collins Gets A Second ChanceA bear is headed back to the mountains after visiting neighborhoods in Fort Collins.
State: No Dead Fish Found After Creek Fuel SpillState wildlife officials say they found no fish killed in Clear Creek after a tanker truck crashed and spilled 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel into the waterway.
Biologists To Investigate Decline Of Native DeerA mysterious decline in pronghorn and mule deer along the Wyoming-Colorado border has the attention of a team of biologists who are gathering to investigate the change.
Wildlife Officers Believe They've Killed Coyote That Attacked Toddler Wildlife officers believe they've killed the coyote that attacked a toddler in Broomfield. The animal's remains are being examined to determine whether it is the same coyote.
Wildlife Officials Say Non-Native Mussels GrowingThe Colorado Division of Wildlife says the number of non-native mussel offspring are growing at the reservoir at Lake Pueblo State Park.
Board Of New Colorado Parks, Wildlife Division MeetsMembers of the new Colorado Parks and Wildlife Board have chosen their officers in their first meeting since the former Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks merged July 1.