According to the National Weather Service, 2012 has been a very dry year for Denver with only 6.40 inches of precipitation through September 15th.
After weathering the worst of the housing bubble burst, Colorado’s housing market is on the mend. But in pockets of the state there’s an entirely different problem that’s been afflicting individual homeowners and home values.
The latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings includes Colorado School of Mines, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University.
Republican President Candidate Mitt Romney's campaign visit scheduled for Pueblo this afternoon has been canceled due to a fatal small-plane crash at the Pueblo Memorial Airport.
The U.S. Forest Service will start aerial mulching 881 acres of land scorched by the High Park Fire this week. The agency plans to drop wood shreds on heavily burned public lands near Poudre Park and Monument Gulch areas west of Fort Collins.