Expansion Of Colorado's Largest Coal Mine Clears A HurdleColorado's flagging coal industry got a glimmer of hope when the federal government removed one obstacle to expanding the state's largest mine, but it isn't a done deal, and further court challenges are likely.
Colorado Utilities Say They Can Meet Final Air StandardColorado's largest utility said it is well positioned to meet a new federal requirement announced Monday that the state cut carbon dioxide emissions by more than 28 percent by 2030.
High Court Rejects Challenge To Roadless RuleThe U.S. Supreme Court has turned away an appeal challenging a federal rule that bars development on 50 million acres of roadless areas in national forests.
Colorado Mining Group Mulls Appeal Of Haze LawsuitThe Colorado Mining Association is considering whether to appeal the dismissal of its lawsuit challenging a regional haze plan, which state officials approved to help meet national air quality standards.
Court Says Opponents Can Sue Over Coal Plant RuleThe Colorado Supreme Court says opponents can proceed with a lawsuit over converting some coal plants to natural gas.
US Appeals Court Asked To Rehear Roadless CaseThe state of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association want a federal court in Denver to reconsider a rule prohibiting roads on nearly 50 million acres of land in national forests across the United States.
PUC Refuses To Reconsider Xcel Coal-To-Gas PlanColorado regulators are sticking to their decision to approve plans for Xcel Energy to retire some of its coal-fired power plants and switch others to run on natural gas.