Feud Erupts Between Utility, US States Over Colorado RiverTension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused an Arizona utility of manipulating supply and demand, potentially threatening the river's future.
Endangered Colorado River Fish No Longer An Extinction RiskAn endangered fish that makes its home in the Colorado River basin no longer is at the brink of extinction.
Plan To Build Tram & Hotel In Grand Canyon RejectedTribal lawmakers reticent of developing sacred land at one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World said no Tuesday to a multimillion-dollar project to build an aerial tram to take paying visitors to a riverside boardwalk in the Grand Canyon.
US, Mexico Expand Pact On Managing Overused Colorado RiverThe United States and Mexico have agreed to renew and expand a far-reaching conservation agreement that governs how they manage the overused Colorado River.
Two Dead In One Day In Rafting AccidentsRafting accidents killed two people on Colorado's rivers in one day.
32-Year-Old Pennsylvania Native Dies On Colorado RiverA Pennsylvania native is the second person to die in a river boating accident in Colorado this year.
Woman Dies In Rafting AccidentAn adult female drowned in a rafting accident Monday afternoon on the Upper Colorado River.
Fishermen To Be Compensated By Capturing Predator FishJust under the surface of the chilly waters of Green Mountain Reservoir lurks a predator that is targeting native Colorado fish species and could lead to major environmental dangers if not controlled.
$400 Million Northern Colorado Reservoir Gets Final ApprovalThe federal government gave final approval Wednesday for a $400 million dam and reservoir in northern Colorado where 13 cities and water districts will store water from the other side of the Continental Divide.
Study: Global Warming Is Shrinking River Vital To 40 Million PeopleGlobal warming is already shrinking the Colorado River, the most important waterway in the American Southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.
Driver Files Lawsuit Against Pilot Of Jet That Buzzed I-70A man is suing the pilot and passenger of a military-style fighter jet that buzzed along Interstate 70 and damaged vehicles.
After Slow Start, Snow Is Catching Up In Western MountainsAfter a dry autumn, snowfall is rebounding to normal levels at Western ski areas and in the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River.
Deputies Find Body In Colorado River Days After Stolen Pickup IncidentInvestigators in Garfield County think they may have found the body a man who bailed out of a crashed stolen pickup a week ago.
Navy Christens Submarine USS Colorado In Shipyard CeremonyAnnie Mabus smashed a bottle of sparkling wine from a Denver vineyard against the Navy's newest attack submarine Saturday, christening it the Colorado.
Snow Off To A Slow Start In Rockies, Delaying Some SkiersAutumn snow has been scarce in the Rocky Mountains, forcing some ski areas to push back opening day and causing some nervousness about how much water will be available next spring for the Colorado River, the lifeblood of the Southwest.