This year’s stubborn drought and the changing climate will have serious consequences for Colorado’s multi-billion dollar recreation and farming industries, as well as the state’s forests that have seen severe, un-naturally large wildfires recently.
Southwestern Colorado's 4,700-acre Chimney Rock Archaeological Area will on Friday be designated a national monument, according to Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo.
The designation, which President Obama will approve and that has bipartisan support, will help preserve the site.
Noncitizens aren't allowed to vote in federal and state elections, but efforts to remove them from the nation's voter registration rolls have produced more angst than results.
Opponents say the scope of the problem has been overblown; those behind the efforts say they've just begun to look at the problem.
A September 4 Stanford study analyzing the nutritional benefits of organic food continues to draw ire from Colorado’s organic food industry.