What The Trump Presidency Could Look Like For ColoradoIn her latest Reality Check, CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd examines what the presidency of Donald Trump could mean for Colorado.
Meeting About Fracking Proposals Could Get HeatedA meeting in Broomfield in which the city will review two proposals related to fracking could get heated.
Neighbors Sue State, Saying Oil-Gas Rules Weren't EnforcedResidents of a Greeley neighborhood sued the state of Colorado Friday, saying oil and gas regulators did not do enough to protect them from the disruption and danger of a big energy facility planned near their homes.
Donald Trump Gives Colorado Lots Of AttentionDonald Trump returned to Colorado over the weekend for two different campaign appearances on two straight days.
Trump Meets With Oil & Gas Industry Leaders In DenverDonald Trump is condemning the "tremendous problem with regulations" that he says are damaging the nation's energy business.
2 Anti-Fracking Proposals May Not Make It On BallotIt appears that there's a slim chance two anti-fracking petitions will have enough signatures to make it on the ballot in November.
After Another Protest, BLM Considers Changes To Federal Land Auction ProcessAfter demonstrations like one that happened Thursday at a hotel in Lakewood, the Bureau of Land Management is considering some changes to how it administers federal land auctions.
Proposed Bill: Oil & Gas Companies Would Be Liable For Earthquake DamageColorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would hold oil and gas companies liable for earthquakes that damage people's homes.
Some Colorado Officials Support Rules On Natural Gas BurningMore than two dozen elected officials from western Colorado cities and counties have endorsed a federal crackdown on oil companies that burn off natural gas on public land.
Few Oil & Gas Companies Say They Can't Meet New Flood RulesOnly four of the estimated 500 oil and gas companies operating in Colorado say they can't meet the April 1 deadline to implement new safety rules to limit spills during major floods, according to regulators.
State OKs Oil-Gas Rules Giving Cities, Counties Limited SayColorado regulators approved new rules Monday intended to ease the conflicts that arise when oil and gas rigs show up near homes and schools.
Colorado, Other Drilling States Guided On Handling QuakesA group of U.S. drilling states, seismologists, academics and industry experts issued guidance Monday in a frank new report on handling human-induced earthquakes caused by hydraulic fracturing or the disposal of fracking wastewater.

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