Colorado Parks And Wildlife
Crawford State Park in western Colorado is about to open for camping and boating.
Selling products that contain microbeads will soon be illegal in Colorado as Gov. Hickenlooper signed a bill on Friday to phase out them out.
A Colorado lawmaker who has called for the state to add a summer month to the hunting season for black bears will instead try to persuade officials to study bear overpopulation and how to reduce conflicts with humans.
Wildlife officials have confirmed Colorado’s first case of exotic chewing lice in a mule deer east of Denver.
A woman from Highlands Ranch now has a bruised hand after a violent encounter with a coyote.
Denver parks are dealing with a foul problem — park-goers say geese are taking over, and some experts agree the goose population is larger than it’s ever been.
Husband-and-wife meth users disarmed a Colorado wildlife officer and a sheriff’s deputy then forced them to their knees along a desolate mountain highway before the husband was killed in a struggle, police reports released Thursday show.
A Colorado sheriff’s deputy and a state wildlife officer were held hostage by a man and a woman before a struggle erupted and the man was fatally shot, authorities said.
One person is dead after a shooting involving a Colorado sheriff’s deputy and wildlife manager.
A woman is recovering in a hospital in Denver after getting injured during an encounter with a moose.