Drones Okay Over Boulder County For Ag, ResearchBoulder County has changed its policy on the use of drones on open lands for scientific research and agricultural purposes on a case by case basis. The drones will be permitted in the capacity that meets those criteria.
Alamosa County Wants Drones For Firefighting, RescuesAlamosa County commissioners are applying to the Federal Aviation Administration to use two types of drones for search and rescue, firefighting and aerial agricultural inspections.
Drones In Conservation: A Novel Idea With Efficient ResultsFrom coral reefs to Colorado ranches to fire management, the endless usefulness of drones in conservation work is being realized and put into action.
Commercial & Private Drones Grounded At Most Colorado Ski AreasA plan to allow commercial drone video at Copper Mountain is off the table, meaning guests to the resort should not plan on seeing any drones flying overhead on the slopes, at least anytime soon.
Report Cites Denver As City With Near Collisions Between Pilots, DronesThere has yet to be a confirmed U.S. collision between a drone and a manned aircraft, but there's a growing number of close calls as drones fly where they least belong — near airports. Some of those close calls happened in Denver.
Some U.S. Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A drone hovers about 30 feet above the skier's head, then quickly swoops down for a tighter angle so its video camera can capture his every move as he carves down a steep powder stash.
Some Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A new production company is allowing skiing customers to get the ultimate selfie.
FAA Clears CU For Drone Tests TakeoffThe Federal Aviation Administration will soon allow the University of Colorado to start testing drones -- and they aren't the typical hobby drones.
University Of Colorado To Test Drones In San Luis ValleyThe University of Colorado says it will help test two kinds of drones in southern Colorado's San Luis Valley.
Crew Chief Applauds FAA's New Drone Regulations PlanThere are expected to be more than a million drones in use in the U.S. by the end of the year.
Cautious Drone Owners Not Happy About Having To Register Their AircraftDrones and planes don't mix. That's why on Monday the Federal Aviation Administration announced owners will have to register their drones.
DIA Zeros In On Drone HazardsAs drones gain popularity among the population, Denver International Airport transportation experts teamed up with law enforcement to address drone hazards.