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.
Amid Coal Market Struggles, Less Fuel Worth Mining In U.S.Vast coal seams dozens of feet thick that lie beneath the rolling hills of the Northern Plains once appeared almost limitless, fueling boasts that domestic reserves were sufficient to power the U.S. for centuries.
Denver Man Has Unique Perspective On North Korean Hydrogen Bomb NewsNorth Korea is rattling nations around the world with an unannounced test of a powerful bomb. The communist nation claims it successfully tested a miniaturized hydrogen bomb.
3.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Southern Colorado OvernightAn earthquake shook southern Colorado late Wednesday night.
EPA: No Health Risks To Wildlife After Mine Spill Into Animas RiverAn Environmental Protection Agency official says she doesn't believe wildlife will suffer significant health impacts from the large volume of wastewater that spilled from an abandoned mine in southwestern Colorado.
Kansas Man Drowns On Clear Creek Rafting TripAuthorities have identified a 20-year-old Kansas man who died Saturday afternoon while rafting on Clear Creek.
Man Drowns In Tubing Accident Near PuebloA man drowned following a tubing accident on the Arkansas River near Pueblo on Sunday, and a search has been called off for a man missing after falling off his inner tube in rapids on the South Platte River.
Search Called Off For Man Missing After Tubing Accident On South PlatteA search that resumed Sunday for a man missing after flipping off his inner tube in rapids on the South Platte River has been called off.
Earthquakes Near Colorado Wastewater Well DecreaseThe ground around a northern Colorado wastewater injection well has been relatively quiet for more than two months, offering hope that a 10-month string of more than 200 small earthquakes might have subsided.
Pond At Site Of Massive Grand Mesa Landslide Could Spill Over SoonResidents in Mesa County are preparing for a possible evacuation due to flooding concerns.
New Creek Found At Site Of Massive Mudslide Near Collbran Raises Threat LevelThere are concerns over the stability of a mountainside in western Colorado. A year ago it gave way and three people below were killed.
Residents Near Last Year's Deadly Massive Mudslide Worried About New PondCollbran-area residents held a meeting on Tuesday over concerns about a pond that formed near the top of the site of a massive landslide killed three men last May.