Colorado Has 834 Million Dead Trees, Fires Could Get WorseForesters say Colorado has about 834 million standing dead trees, threatening to worsen wildfires and degrade vital water supplies that flow from forested mountains.
Construction On A-Basin Expansion To Begin This SummerArapahoe Basin Ski Area is moving ahead with expanding. The ski area will increase by 468 acres of skiable terrain. Construction will start this summer with a new ski lift.
Backcountry Skier Who Died Was Forest Service RangerThe backcountry skiers who died in the central Colorado mountains Thursday while he was being treated for hypothermia was a Forest Service ranger.
Expansion Of Colorado's Largest Coal Mine Clears A HurdleColorado's flagging coal industry got a glimmer of hope when the federal government removed one obstacle to expanding the state's largest mine, but it isn't a done deal, and further court challenges are likely.
A-Basin Gets Final 'Go-Ahead' For Expansion From Forest ServiceThe U.S. Forest Service has given its final approval to an expansion of Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.
Beaver Creek Fire Continues To Smolder Despite SnowFire officials in Northern Colorado are keeping tabs on how much snow falls there as a wildfire continues to burn months after it started.
Illegal Dumping Scars The Beauty Of Colorado's High CountryIt's not the place you'd expect a lot of trash and old appliances to pile up, but that's what's happening along the scenic Squaw Pass outside Evergreen. Now some are saying enough is enough.
Arrest Made In Beaver Creek Fire InvestigationA juvenile is being charged with starting the Beaver Creek Fire which burned 38,000 acres near Walden over the summer.
Wildfire In Rio Blanco County 'Wakes Up,' Estimated At 1,000 AcresA wildfire burning in Rio Blanco County is estimated at approximately 1,000 acres.
U.S. Takes Key Step To Implement Sage Grouse Conservation PlanFederal land managers have issued new guidelines that will help determine what restrictions are imposed on oil and gas drilling, livestock grazing and other activities in the West to protect the greater sage grouse.
Weather Changes Could Lead To Beaver Creek Fire FlareupWeather changes over the next few days could spark a flareup of the Beaver Creek Fire.
Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Is Human-CausedThe Beaver Creek Fire was human-caused, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

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