NW Colorado Official Hopeful Changes On Grouse Will Help Oil & Gas IndustryOfficials in northwest Colorado hope changes to federal plans for dealing with an imperiled bird species will allow more energy development.
Winter Valley Fire Explodes In Size OvernightA wildfire burning in Moffat County has exploded in size.
Crews Contain Pine Tree Fire In Western ColoradoCrews have completely contained the Pine Tree Fire burning south of Maybell.
Two Wildfires Burning In ColoradoFire crews responded Saturday to a wildfire burning in an isolated area northwest of Granby.
Kayaker Drowns In River At Dinosaur National MonumentA 66-year-old Colorado man has died kayaking on a river in Dinosaur National Monument.
Pot-Sniffing Dog Not Enough To Search, Court RulesDrug-sniffing police dogs in Colorado may need new training if they can detect marijuana.
Peekaboo Fire Continues To GrowThe Peekaboo Fire in northwestern Colorado continues to grow. On Sunday afternoon it was 12,675 acres in size and only five percent contained.
Craig Police Officer Arrested In Child Abuse CaseA police officer in the mountain town of Craig is facing child abuse charges.
2 Colorado Coal-Fired Power Units To Close In Clean-Air DealColorado officials say one coal-fired power plant will shut down and a part of a second plant will stop operating under an agreement to reduce haze and carbon dioxide.
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.
Woman Found Guilty Of Holding Officers At GunpointA Moffat County jury has found Georgie Louise Hand guilty of kidnapping, aggravated robbery and disarming a peace officer after two law officers were held at gunpoint while checking out a suspicious vehicle.
Wildlife Managers Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts To Animals A ConcernWaves of heavy snow and extreme cold are creating some of the most most extreme conditions in parts of Colorado in more than three decades, and that could lead to big problems for the state's wildlife in those areas.