600 Wild Horses Targeted In RoundupThe Bureau of Land Management estimates there are 600 wild horses in a herd near Craig targeted for a roundup next month.
Craig Police Officer Arrested In Child Abuse CaseA police officer in the mountain town of Craig is facing child abuse charges.
Woman Gets 82-Year Sentence For Holding Officers At GunpointA woman convicted of helping kidnap two law officers who were held at gunpoint while checking out a suspicious vehicle in Moffat County has been sentenced to 82 years in prison.
1 Killed In Tanker Rollover North Of CraigOne person was killed in a tanker truck rollover north of Craig near the Wyoming border.
Winter Storm Causes Power Outages In Steamboat SpringsPower went out across Steamboat Springs at 10 a.m. Friday due to a winter storm making its way into the state.
Demonstrators Block BLM Office Entrance To Protest Mineral Rights AuctionOil and gas rights on 90,000 acres of Colorado’s public land went up for auction Thursday. Dozens of protesters showed up, demanding to “keep it in the ground.”
Craig Doctor Who Ran 'Pill Mill' First In Colorado To Be Guilty Of Killing PatientA Craig doctor accused of improperly dispensing drugs that led to the deaths of two patients has been found guilty in the death of one of the patients and various other charges.
Voters Across Colorado Back Local Broadband EffortsFrustrated by slow or expensive Internet connections, voters in cities, towns and counties across Colorado backed allowing their local governments to get involved in the broadband business in Tuesday's election.
More Mountain Lions Could Be In The Crosshairs Next YearColorado Parks and Wildlife is considering a controversial plan to allow more hunting of mountain lions in Colorado. Commissioners met in Craig on Thursday to vote on a proposal to allow the killing of 11 additional mountain lions next year.
Interior Department OKs Plan To Keep Colorado Coal Mine OpenThe Interior Department has signed off on a plan to keep a northwestern Colorado coal mine open.
Federal Regulators Back Keeping Colorado Coal Mine OpenFederal regulators have recommended that a northwestern Colorado coal mine threatened with closure partly over its impact on global warming remain open.
Firefighters Stop Spread Of Over 30 Blazes In ColoradoFirefighters have been able to stop the spread of over 30 fires sparked by lightning strikes in northwestern Colorado in recent days despite stretched resources.

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