Volunteers are needed on Day of Service to paint a fence at a residential treatment community.
Thousands of people have been without power in some mountain communities since Sunday night and it might not be back on until Tuesday night or even Wednesday morning for some residents.
Colorado’s largest utility said it is well positioned to meet a new federal requirement announced Monday that the state cut carbon dioxide emissions by more than 28 percent by 2030.
Silverthorne residents are back in their homes after a pickup crashed into a house and crushed a natural gas line in Summit County. The driver is recovering from his injuries.
Colorado’s renewable energy mandate has been upheld by a federal appeals court.
Wednesday’s power storms that rolled through the metro area at the height of the evening commute provided quite a beating to some neighborgoods.
Several residents in the Baker Neighborhood suffered a power outage after a power line was knocked down on Thursday evening.
The Federal Aviation Administration just gave Xcel Energy the approval to fly the drones, and Xcel says its customers will be the big winners.
Approximately 3,600 customers in Park County were without power because of Tuesday’s snowfall.
The Mother’s Day snowstorm damaged trees and cars, but most homeowners were prepared.