No Appeal Planned After Oil, Gas Rules Kept Off Ballot Supporters of tougher restrictions on the oil and gas industry in Colorado said Wednesday they won't appeal a ruling by the state's top elections official that kept two proposed constitutional amendments off the November ballot.
Hickenlooper May Ask For One-Third Cut In CO2 PollutionGov. John Hickenlooper may ask for a one-third cut in greenhouse gas pollution from power plants.
Feds To Cancel Energy Leases In White River National ForestThe federal government on Friday said it will cancel 25 oil and gas leases in central Colorado's White River National Forest, reversing what it called faulty environmental reviews on the leases that were issued between 1995 and 2012.
Protesters Claim Future Of Public Lands In Colorado At RiskA group that organized a loud debate outside the state Capitol on Wednesday urged Coloradans to take an interest in the public lands in the state.
State Plan For Meeting EPA Carbon Pollution Under ScrutinyColorado's plan for meeting new EPA rules for carbon pollution is already under scrutiny and it's not even written yet.
Residents 'Frustrated, Anxious' After Maps Created To Show Oil & Gas LeasesThere's concern drilling and fracking could soon be happening in Arapahoe County after the group Conservation Colorado released a map showing the oil and gas leases filed in the last five years.
State Senator: Residents Don't Have Good Access To Oil, Gas PlansA Democratic lawmaker says Coloradans don't have good access to information about oil and gas drilling that might occur near homes and schools.
Aurora, Newtown Relatives Campaign In Colorado RecallCampaigning in Colorado's first legislative recall election is picking up.