Nature Park Planned For Urban Denver NeighborhoodThe uninitiated might see only the empty, miniature vodka bottles and ghostly plastic shopping bags littering a vacant lot in northeast Denver. Wildlife biologist Stacie Gilmore's trained eyes scan a pool of drainage water and pick out red-winged blackbirds hiding in the cattails.
Colorado AG's Race Gets Another Contender In Mark WallerColorado House Republican Leader Mark Waller will try to replace term-limited state Attorney General John Suthers in a contest that includes a former Democratic prosecutor and Suthers' chief deputy.
Bennet Hosts Reception Welcoming Salazar Back To ColoradoSupporters of former U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar are welcoming him back to Colorado.
Salazar Bids Farewell To Interior Department In WashingtonSally Jewell has been sworn in as Interior secretary, replacing Ken Salazar, who stepped down after more than four years as head of the agency responsible for more than 500 million acres of national parks and other public lands.
Hickenlooper Talks Spending Cuts On 'Face The Nation'Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is wrapping up his visit to Washington, D.C. for the National Governors Association meeting.
Colorado Getting More Than $2M To Pay For Trails, ShuttlesColorado is getting $2.2 million in federal funds to pay for a new trail link in a Denver-area network, and to improve access to Rocky Mountain National Park and Chimney Rock National Monument.
Salazar, LaHood To Make Colorado Trails AnnouncementInterior Secretary Ken Salazar and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood are visiting the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge outside Denver.
Former House Speaker Romanoff To Run For Congress Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff announced Saturday he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2014.
Interior Secretary Salazar Leaving Obama's CabinetInterior Secretary Ken Salazar, who oversaw a moratorium on offshore drilling after the BP oil spill and promoted alternative energy sources throughout the nation, will step down in March.
Colorado River Seen As Depleting Regional ResourceFederal officials say rising demand and falling supply pose a risk of water shortages over the next 50 years for some 40 million people dependent on the Colorado River.
Ken Salazar: Wild Horse Sales To Be ScrutinizedInterior Secretary Ken Salazar is restricting the number of wild horses people can buy from the federal government and promises to prosecute those who sell mustangs for slaughter.
US, Mexico Rewrite Rules On Sharing Colorado RiverThe United States and Mexico are rewriting rules on how to share water from the Colorado River, capping a five-year effort to form a united front against future drought in their western states.
Ken Salazar Apologizes After Threatening To Punch ReporterHe threatened to punch a reporter and now U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he regrets it.
Colorado, Other Western Communities Boiling Over Water QualityCommunities across the West are demanding limits on oil shale drilling along the Colorado River over concerns the thirst for oil could lead to polluted water supplies for millions of people.
Both Sides React To 2nd Presidential DebateIn the aftermath of last night's combative debate in suburban New York, President Barack Obama campaigns today in Iowa, while Mitt Romney will be in Virginia.