A fracking vote in Loveland hasn’t stopped talk of a special legislative session to tackle new curbs on the oil and gas industry.
Experts are looking at the latest in a string of earthquakes to rattle an area near Greeley with questions about whether it’s related to oil and gas operations.
A special election in Loveland on a fracking moratorium has been marred by confusion.
Republicans are deciding on candidates to challenge for the governor’s office, U.S. House of Representatives and legislative seats that could tip the balance of power in the state Senate.
Someone is going around trying to collect voters’ ballots in an election that could put a 2-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in Loveland.
Some homeowners in Erie told CBS4 they feel duped after learning about a plan to add wells for oil and gas drilling behind their new housing development.
Four in 10 new oil and gas wells near national forests and fragile watersheds or otherwise identified as higher pollution risks escape federal inspection, unchecked by an agency struggling to keep pace with America’s drilling boom.
Even though Gov. John Hickenlooper has crafted a fragile compromise to avoid several fracking ballot issues, the effort might be for naught if environmental groups get their way.
Two Lafayette residents are suing Colorado officials for not enforcing a ban on hydraulic fracturing.
A fracking debate in Loveland is heating up in advance of a ballot measure to be considered later this month.