Mark Stutz

Strong Winds Blamed For Power Outages, Downed TreesStrong winds along the Front Range on Wednesday are being blamed for widespread power outages, downed power lines and downed trees.
Homeowners Watch In Horror As Their Beloved Trees Are Cut DownDozens of Centennial homeowners are upset after Xcel Energy cut down approximately 75 trees in their neighborhood.
Gas Pockets Linger Under Breckenridge's Main StreetSome businesses on Breckenridge's popular Main Street have reopened, but the remnants of a gas leak that shut down portions of the street since Sunday persisted into Tuesday evening.
Xcel Energy Proposes Rate IncreaseXcel Energy wants to increase its electric rates and is seeking public input.
Xcel, Solar Groups Agree On Colorado IncentivesXcel Energy and two solar industry groups have made a joint interim proposal to Colorado utility regulators on incentives that encourage customers to put panels on their roofs, they said Tuesday.
Fewer Than 17 Homes Still Without Heat In Boulder CountyAfter approximately 7,200 homes in Boulder County went without natural gas Friday night, only about 17 homes around Niwot, Boulder, and Longmont we're still without heat Monday morning.
Some Boulder County Homes Still Without GasAbout 17 homes around Niwot, Boulder and Longmont were still without natural gas Sunday evening.
Xcel Warns About Impersonators Stealing From CustomersXcel Energy has released a warning that scammers are pretending to be Xcel workers as they try to steal money from customers.
Xcel Energy Says No To Banners On Power PolesXcel Energy Inc. is telling dozens of Colorado cities and towns that starting Jan. 1, they won't be allowed to hang decorative banners, flags or decorations on its power poles any longer.
Power Outages Hurting Businesses In LeadvilleHomeowners and businesses in Leadville say they've had enough of power outages.
Xcel Seeks $141.9M Hike In Colorado Electricity RatesXcel Energy Inc. is asking Colorado regulators to approve a $141.9 million increase in electricity rates.
Xcel Energy May Abandon San Luis Valley Power LineXcel Energy officials say they're considering abandoning a controversial, $180-million power line into the San Luis Valley.
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