A proposal by the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission could allow industries to discharge more pollution into Colorado's rivers and streams.

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Drawing Down The Blue Mesa Reservoir To Help The Dry WestNext month, the Bureau of Reclamation will begin a drawdown of Blue Mesa Reservoir near Gunnison.
Campgrounds Off Limits Near Flood Area Of Poudre RiverAt this time of year the campgrounds would be full but they're empty due to this week's deadly flooding.
Country Music Legend Garth Brooks Talks About Cheyenne Frontier DaysCountry Music Legend Garth Brooks is performing at Cheyenne Frontier Days on Friday night.
Black Community Leaders In Colorado Push For More To Get COVID VaccineThere is a new push to increase the number of vaccinated among the Black community in Colorado.
Businesses Feel Impact Of I-70 Closure Through Glenwood CanyonBusinesses are feeling the impact of the extended closure of I-70 through Glenwood Canyon.
Camping Areas In Larimer County Closed Due To Flash Flood WarningsSeveral areas in Larimer County remained off limits on Friday due to this week's deadly flooding and growing concern over mudslides and debris along the Poudre River.
This Years Cheyenne Frontier Days Are Dedicated To The Late Chris LeDouxCheyenne Frontier Days will honor Wyoming legend Chris LeDoux starting tonight with his son Ned taking the stage with Garth Brooks.
People Who Get The COVID Vaccine At Select Mobile Clinics In July Will Receive A Gift CardTo help incentivize more people to receive the COVID vaccine the state is offering gift cards at select clinics.
Repair Work Has Already Begun After A Flash Flood Hit Poudre Canyon On TuesdayDebris from the Cameron Peak burn scar quickly washed into the Poudre river after a flash flood hit the canyon earlier this week.
Anxiety Grows Among Those Returning To The Office After Working RemoteThose returning to work may experience anxiety after working remotely.
Staffing Shortages Could Force Schools Districts To Cut Bus RoutesSupport staff positions, such as workers in the kitchen, custodial, and transportation, seem to have the greatest shortage of applicants.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Kicked Off Today Marking Their 125th AnniversaryCheyenne Frontier Days is roaring back after COVID cancelled the event in 2020.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Kicks Off FridayCBS4 Reporter Kelly Werthmann explains what to know before you go -- and has a peek at what you'll see at the "Daddy of 'em all."
CDOT Warns Drivers To Have Backup Plans In Case Of Highway ClosuresFlash flood concerns and mudslides have closed major highways and interstates in the past week, stopping travelers in their tracks. Plan ahead and be ready for delays, closures and detours!
See Trick Riders And Ropers At Cheyenne Frontier DaysCBS4 Reporter Kelly Werthmann showed us some of the wild western attractions at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Smart Device Data Shows Pre-Pandemic Amounts Of People In Downtown Denver For MLB All-Star GameThe Major League Baseball All-Star Game last week helped Denver to see just as many people downtown as it saw before the pandemic.
Aurora Public Schools Serves More Than 8 Million Meals To Families During PandemicMore than eight million meals have been handed out by Aurora Public Schools since the start of the pandemic and not just to their students
Crews Work To Mitigate Damage From Poudre Canyon FloodingSearchers continue the grim task of trying to find three people believed washed away in Tuesday’s flash flood in Poudre Canyon.
Van Gogh Alive: Immersive Exhibit Opens At Stanley Market PlaceThe Denver Center for the Performing Arts has opened “Van Gogh Alive” at the Stanley Market Place in Aurora.
Obscure 'Birthday Rule' Costs Colorado Couple $5,000 More For Normal Hospital BirthThe rule says if each parent has separate insurance, the newborn must be covered under the parent whose birthday falls earlier in the calendar year.
Lack Of Affordable Housing May Impact Short-Term Rentals In Colorado Mountain TownsThe Town of Vail is considering making some changes to its short-term rentals due to a lack of affordable housing.
Homeowners In Flash Flood Area Return To Find DevastationHomeowners in Larimer County returned to find destruction after flooding near the Poudre River.
With The Start Of School A Few Weeks Away School Districts Are Working Hard To Fill Job OpeningsMany districts are having issues finding staff to fill support job vaccines they have.
Debris Removal Has Begun In Poudre Canyon After A Flash Flood Earlier This WeekAfter a flash flood earlier this week left behind hundreds of trees and destroyed homes, crews have begun the clean up work in Poudre Canyon.

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