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A consultant working for the city of Aspen is presenting both new sources and storage as part of its water future.
The U.S. Forest Service approved an application from the cities of Aurora and Colorado Springs for geotechnical drilling in the Homestake Valley, one of the first steps toward building a new dam and reservoir on Homestake Creek.
Residents of Colorado's Crystal River valley are reviving efforts to protect the upper portion of the river through a federal designation.
Some water experts say unrealistic projections make it harder to plan for a future under climate change.
State engineers in the Arkansas River basin are beginning to crack down on more than 10,000 ponds without legal water rights, which they say are harming senior rights holders.
Work underway in the Roaring Fork River will make for a smoother ride for boaters beginning this spring.
Colorado River restoration project crawls forward as some environmental groups call for radical change
The Colorado River Water Conservation District voted to give $1 million of their taxpayer-raised funds to help construct a connectivity channel meant to improve deteriorated conditions at the headwaters of the Colorado River.
The Colorado fire grew 100,000 acres in 24 hours, eventually becoming the second-largest wildfire in the state’s recorded history.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has denied local groups’ request for a public hearing in the case of a marble quarry that violated the Clean Water Act.