National Park Service
The public is getting time to comment on a proposal to expand the Garden Park Fossil Area north of Cañon City and designate it a national natural landmark.
A woman who was found guilty of stealing more than $730,000 from the Great Sand Dunes National Park has been sentenced to two years in prison.
The National Park Service acted properly when it ruled out using wolves to control the elk population in Rocky Mountain National Park, government lawyers argued Thursday before a federal appeals court.
The federal government said Wednesday it has control over highway access in national monuments even if no official notice was given, in a case that could affect highway rights of way on federal public land across the country.
The National Park Service said Tuesday it won’t issue a permit to have a stage of the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge run through part of Colorado National Monument in western Colorado.
The National Park Service has rejected the Union Station Alliance’s request for “historic preservation certification” for its plan to remodel Denver Union Station to include a 130-room hotel, but left the door open for reconsideration.
It’s one of the crown jewels of the National Parks system. A newly discovered crack could have wide ranging impacts on the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde.
On Wednesday there were about 1,000 firefighters on the scene of the High Park Fire and CBS4′s Ty Brennan got a chance to see where they live when they’re not on the front lines of the fire.
The former head of natural and cultural resource stewardship for Colorado State Parks has been named the Colorado River coordinator for the National Park Service.
A former employee of the Great Sand Dunes National Park was indicted Wednesday for alleged theft of $200,000 or more of government money.