Celebrating five years as a blogger this year this week has shown me that when it comes to energy and environmental politics in Colorado, it’s the same as it ever was.
RTD is showing off buses of the future this week.
Opponents of hydraulic fracturing have turned in petitions seeking to ban the practice in Lafayette.
As long as state regulators give their okay — your Xcel Energy bill will be going up in July.
A suspected gas explosion in Westminster has caused extensive damage to two homes and damaged seven or eight others. Three people initially unaccounted for were located unharmed.
Natural gas production in Colorado could increase dramatically over the next few years after the Department of Energy cleared the way for more gas to be exported.
The Obama administration is proposing a rule that would require companies that drill for oil and natural gas on federal lands to publicly disclose chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing operations.
Recent debate hecklers and cities unafraid of lawsuits are showing that the issue of fracking may force Governor John Hickenlooper into an unfamiliar and an unpopular decision.
Forty years ago, the Navajo Nation and Southern Ute tribes languished side by side, mired in high unemployment and poverty.
Natural gas rates for 1.3 million in Colorado could be going up to pay for pipeline upgrades.