Suit Challenges Drilling On Public Land In Colorado, UtahEnvironmental groups have asked a judge to overturn the sale of drilling rights on public land in Colorado and Utah, saying the Trump administration didn't consider the potential threat to public health and the environment.
60 Wild Horses To Be Rounded Up For AdoptionHorses five years old and younger will be identified for removal to transported to Cañon City to await adoption.
U.S. May Pick Western Headquarters For BLM In 6-8 MonthsThe Trump administration says it may pick a new Western headquarters for the nation's largest land management agency in the next six to eight months.
Drilling Decision Delayed Near Sand Dunes ParkThe U.S. government is delaying a decision on a contentious proposal to allow oil and gas drilling near Great Sand Dunes National Park in southern Colorado.
Volunteers Bring Water To Wild Horse HerdsWeeks of little-to-no rain left hundreds of wild horses in Western Colorado with dwindling options, now volunteers are making sure the magnificent creatures survive these extra dry conditions.
Fire Forces Amusement Park To EvacuateFirefighters responded to the Iron Mountain Fire north of Glenwood Springs Monday evening.
Man Killed In Colorado Shootout Acquitted In 1993 ShootingsA man killed in a shootout with Bureau of Land Management officers in western Colorado killed two people and wounded five others at a bar in Colorado Springs 25 years ago.
Man Dies In Shootout With BLM RangersA man is dead in Mesa County after a shootout with uniformed officers from the Bureau of Land Management.
Fire Crews Battle 385 Fire; Some Residents EvacuatedA wildfire in La Plata County prompted some evacuations near County Road 245 on Friday night.
Environmentalists Sue Over Western Colorado Oil-Gas DrillingEnvironmental groups have asked a federal judge to block oil and gas drilling at 53 sites on public land in western Colorado.
Interior Department Veterans: Proposed Overhaul Is FlawedParts of his realignment proposal have run into resistance from some politicians from both parties, particularly in the West, who fear it will disrupt relationships between state and federal officials.