Election results are considered unofficial until approved by the Colorado Secretary of State.
An appeals court Judge says the US Forest Service should have considered alternative wildlife protections before it gave a permit to Colorado’s largest active coal mine.
Local officials and residents of the Gunnison Valley are preparing for a possible outbreak of the Covid 19 virus after the Centers for Disease Control this week began warning Americans of such a scenario.
The Colorado legislature has passed a bill to repeal the death penalty. The decision comes after several days of emotional debates that put the spotlight on lawmakers’ religious beliefs and their experiences of losing loved ones to gun violence and murder.
Coal-fired power plants are closing, or being given firm deadlines for closure, across the country. In the Western states that make up the overallocated and drought-plagued Colorado River, these facilities use a significant amount of the region’s scarce water supplies.
Starting Friday, Feb. 21, the Prater Cup celebrates its 40th Anniversary. It’s become a major event in the USASA circuit, and a memorable one at that. KBUT spoke with Stephanie Prater, Dan’s daughter who helps to organize the event each year, about what makes the Prater Cup a special event.
A warming climate is already causing river flows in the southwest’s largest watershed to decline, according to a new study from federal scientists. And it finds that as warming continues it’s likely to get worse.
One of the biggest and most consequential battles of the 2020 legislative session is expected to start this week, once Democrats unveil their latest plan to create a statewide paid family leave program.
A bill making its way through the Colorado Legislature would enable counties in the state to regulate the short term rental industry in the same way that towns and cities already can.
KT Folz and Melissa Mason share the history of Move the Butte. Learn how this annual dance performance has become one of Crested Butte’s most iconic events.