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Font Resize The Denver Post The National Weather Service has issued the first tornado watch for Colorado this year. The watch will remain in place for several counties along the Eastern Plains until 11 p.m. on Saturday. A number of severe
Alaskan prisoners housed in the Hudson Correctional Facility in northeast Colorado are heading home to new quarters after a temporary stay while a new jail was being built. The move to a new Alaskan prison in September could leave 1,200 empty prison
Forest Service is considering the potential environmental impact of increased oil and gas exploration and drilling on large portions of the Pawnee National Grassland in northeast Colorado. Portions of the grassland already are open to drilling, and
Font Resize The Denver Post Heavy snowstorms and cooler temperatures helped Colorado's statewide snowpack numbers tick up to 74 percent of average in March almost double the levels measured during this time last year. Snow surveys showed that
Kirk Siegler and Sarah McCammon In Colorado and Iowa, two states considered up for grabs in the presidential race, a battle over alternative energy policy is playing a growing role in the debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney. Both states
Pervasive drought in Colorado and much of the rest of the nation means more than just brown lawns and dried-up gardens. Crops are stunted, and prices are rising. "I've got corn plants that are as brown as you could imagine. There's nothing there,"
Colorado farmers already plagued by a debilitating drought are now fighting the arrival of crop-eating insects who like the hot, dry weather that has settled over the state and elsewhere. "It's to the point where we just feel beat up," said Harry
An excited and curious crowd from several communities greeted the the first planes to land in Glenwood Springs on Aug. 16, 1919. These planes paved the way for Glenwood Springs' first aviator, Walter Ainslie, to establish an aviation business in 1920
Colo. (AP) — Voters in this presidential battleground state won't just decide whether to go red or blue this fall but also green — as in weed or grass. Whether to legalize marijuana will be on the Colorado ballot in November.
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Associated Press 2012-06-05 02:59 PM Voters in this presidential battleground state will decide in November whether to legalize marijuana _ a ballot issue that could have implications for the