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Arizona utility tries to end multi-state Colorado River feud

DENVER – Arizona’s largest water provider tried Tuesday to defuse a multi-state dispute over the Colorado River, saying it regretted the belligerent-sounding words it used to describe its ma...

Feud erupts between Arizona utility, U.S. states over Colorado River

Demand is rising while supply is shrinking

EPA fires back at critics over Gold King Mine wastewater

DENVER – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fired back Thursday after a mining company accused the agency of failing to run a southwestern Colorado treatment plant at full capacity, le...

Sunnyside says EPA is allowing wastewater to reach Animas River

Company contends agency not operating treatment plant at capacity

Plant that destroys chemical weapons beset by troubles

Army wants to spend millions of dollars to reduce worker risk

EPA may be overstating claims from Gold King Mine spill

Agency says it is still reviewing requests for compensation

Ex-interior officials: Zinke’s proposed overhaul unnecessary

Most already work in the field, they say

Colorado’s top oil, gas regulator becoming energy consultant

DENVER – Colorado’s top oil and gas regulator is stepping down to take a job with an energy consulting company, the state announced Tuesday. Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Di...

Colorado’s top oil, gas regulator becoming energy consultant

DENVER – Colorado’s top oil and gas regulator is stepping down to take a job with an energy consulting company, the state announced Tuesday. Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Di...

Despite complaints, Ryan Zinke pushing big reorganization

Interior secretary plans to move top decision-makers to offices in the West

Colorado OKs new rules for oil, gas lines after fatal blast

DENVER – Colorado regulators approved new rules for thousands of oil and gas pipelines Tuesday, 10 months after investigators blamed a leaking pipeline for a fatal gas explosion. ...

Spring runoff forecast for Lake Powell is bleak

DENVER – One of the most important reservoirs in the Southwest will likely collect less than half its normal amount of spring runoff this year because of a warm, dry winter across much of th...