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Looking for energy rebates? A new Google-built calculator may help Colorado residents

Rewire America aims to put homeowners and contractors in touch with lucrative rebates and credits

Colorado House passes bill banning sale of so-called assault weapons

House Bill 1292 faces an uncertain fate in the Senate

A $700-per-night stargazing resort is coming to San Luis Valley

Is there enough space – and demand – to support it and similar ventures?

It’s been a ‘lucky’ season for Colorado backcountry avalanches... so far

More than 100 people have been caught in slides, but only two recorded deaths

World’s longest track of dinosaur footprints near Ouray is now public land

U.S. Forest Service purchased several parcels containing 134 fossilized tracks

Ban on assault weapons clears Colorado House

A bill to ban the sale of so-called assault weapons in Colorado cleared the Democratic controlled House on Sunday. Under the legislation, businesses and individuals would no longer be able t...

‘Speed never scared me; Going big never scared me’ 14-year-old mogul skier has her sights set on achieving Olympic firsts

It was a miserable Wednesday morning in Vail – a depressing gloom in the sky and treacherous ice on the roads on and about the Pass. Walking around was no picnic either. Watching students na...

How much money can you save on home electrification projects? Colorado has a new tool to add up incentives

Colorado residents have a new tool to estimate how much they could save on electric appliances like heat pumps and induction stoves by taking advantage of a growing number of financial incen...

Colorado’s $40.6B budget is nearing final passage. Here’s what’s in it

Spending plan invests heavily in state workers, health care services, K-12 and higher education

Hospitals suing patients would have to put their names on lawsuits under new Colorado bill

‘Deceiving people who owe money should never be a strategy to hide affiliation,’ patient advocacy member says

Oil and gas companies must pay more to drill on federal lands under new Biden administration rule

WASHINGTON (AP) — Oil and gas companies will have to pay more to drill on federal lands and satisfy stronger requirements to clean up old or abandoned wells under a final rule issued Friday ...

Bill would reauthorize Colorado’s Indian boarding school research program

Historical society would receive $1 million in funding to conduct research and tribal consultations