Gov. Hickenlooper Picks Boss For Colorado Natural Resources AgencyThe former deputy director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources has been named director.
State Official Who Clashed With EPA Over Mine Spill ResignsColorado's top environmental official is stepping down, months after he clashed with federal authorities over a massive spill of toxic wastewater from an inactive mine in southwest Colorado.
Colorado Disputes Key Part Of EPA Mine ReportColorado officials say they didn't endorse an Environmental Protection Agency cleanup operation that caused a massive spill of toxic wastewater from an inactive mine.
Trespassing While Hunting Case For State Wildlife Chief Delayed Until JuneThere's been another delay in a landowner's legal fight to punish a top government official for trespassing. The case focuses on hunting and Colorado's natural resources executive director.
Illegal Hunting Case Involving Natural Resources Executive Director ReopenedHe's a high-ranking executive in the state government and even oversaw the creation of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, but now Mike King is under fire because a case of illegal hunting is being reopened.
Colorado Wildlife Chief Cited For Trespassing On HuntThe head of Colorado's wildlife department has been cited for trespassing while hunting.
Rules To Limit Effects Of Drilling Get Initial OKColorado regulators gave initial approval Wednesday to rules meant to limit the effects of oil and gas drilling on homes, including a rule increasing the distance that rigs must be from occupied buildings.
Colorado To Study Oil And Gas Emissions Colorado officials are launching a study of emissions tied to oil and gas development following a hearing by regulators that questions the science needed for making rules.
Colorado Division of Wildlife's $32M Error Blamed On Sloppy AccountingSloppy accounting and staff turnover caused a $32.4 million miscalculation at Colorado's Division of Wildlife, according to a state audit presented to lawmakers Monday.
Hickenlooper Consolidating Wildlife, ParksGov. John Hickenlooper says Colorado could avoid closing 15 of its 41 state parks by consolidating the Division of Wildlife and the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.