Open space advocates and property owners have reached an agreement that will protect a 220-acre meadow outside Salida from development.
The artist Christo wants to stretch fabric over the Arkansas River as part of a massive art exhibition. But now a group of University of Denver law students are joining in on the fight to put a stop to it before it ever starts.
Searchers looking for a Salida woman who never returned home from a doctor’s appointment have found her body.
Investigators are working to learn what caused a small plane to crash in Colorado, killing a reverend.
When the charm and beauty of an intimate inn combine with the splendor of the Colorado mountains, the result is an unsurpassed getaway that really feels “away.” Some of Colorado’s scores of inns are luxurious, others are simple. All are distinctive.
The U.S. Postal Service is considering closing 250 mail processing facilities across the nation, including four in Colorado.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is warning motorists of traffic problems as authorities prepare for the USA Pro Cycling Challenge bicycle race.
A Colorado commission that’s redrawing the state’s legislative districts is listening to what the public has to say about its initial maps.
Colorado parks and wildlife officials are investigating the rollover of a rafting bus that injured 10 people.
Police in Salida have arrested a man they believe robbed a bank on Thursday. It’s the first bank robbery in the small Colorado town the chief of police can remember in 26 years.