Engineers Enjoy Unique Situation During Scheduled Maintenance On Bear Creek DamBear Creek is dry below the lake and dam that share the same name in Lakewood. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is doing scheduled maintenance, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
Federal Investigators: EPA Mine Spill Could Have Been PreventedGovernment investigators squarely blamed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Thursday for a 3 million gallon wastewater spill from a Colorado gold mine.
Swollen Colorado Rivers Force Rafters To Seek Calmer WatersRapidly melting snow and heavy spring rains are sending Colorado's rivers tumbling out of the mountains, so far claiming the lives of at least 11 people and forcing some whitewater rafting companies to seek out calmer rapids and stock extra safety gear.
Public Comment Wanted For Proposed Northern Colorado ReservoirsA 45-day public comment period is now underway for a proposal to build two new reservoirs in Northern Colorado that requires federal approval.
'Not Expecting This': Bear Creek Lake Getting Close To 2013 Flood LevelsThe threat of yet even more rain is not good news for areas already dealing with high water. Some already-swollen reservoirs are having trouble getting back below flood levels.
Cherry Creek Reservoir Flushed To Release SedimentThe Cherry Creek Reservoir was flushed on Thursday.
Congress Members Visit Denver To Discuss VA Medical Center DelaysMembers of Congress came to Colorado this week with an inquiry about what is stalling a new hospital promised to veterans more than a decade ago.
Army Corps Says It Terminated Flaming Gorge StudyThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it terminated a review of a Front Range water pipeline project before the man behind it could cancel it himself.
Wildlife Officials Taking Comment On Dam ProposalColorado wildlife commissioners want to hear from the public on a proposal by Denver's water utility to enlarge Gross Reservoir in Boulder County.