Colorado

12:49am

Fri January 13, 2012
Around the Nation

Mild Winter Could Hurt Western States Water Supply

Across much of Colorado, Utah, Montana and northern California, the snowpack is at less than half the average. There are concerns the skimpy snowpack won't fill the reservoirs and rivers. Millions of people depend on melting snow for their drinking water and farms.

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12:44pm

Thu January 12, 2012
Environment

Colorado Wildlife Commissioners Authorize Drilling in State Park

A drilling rig near Longmont, Colo.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Colorado Parks and Wildlife commissioners have voted unanimously to authorize limited oil and gas development within a state park east of Longmont.  The decision giving the initial go ahead to Anadarko Petroleum’s controversial proposal at St. Vrain State Park follows nearly a year of review.

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12:02pm

Thu January 12, 2012
State of the State

TRANSCRIPT: Hickenlooper's 2012 State Of The State

Picture of the Governor from the State of the State Address - January 13, 2011
Evan Semón Colorado.gov

5:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Environment

Drilling Bans Highlight Ambiguity in Colorado Law

In 2009, then Governor Bill Ritter pushed through sweeping changes to the state’s oil and gas regulations.  The goal was to better protect the environment and public health from drilling.

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3:45pm

Sun January 8, 2012
Election 2012

The New Hampshire Primary: Boost Or Bust

Originally published on Sun January 8, 2012 4:06 pm

Political signs are pictured at an intersection in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Matthew Cavanaugh Getty Images

New Hampshire voters could make Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's nomination a near-certainty on Tuesday, when the state holds the first primary of the 2012 election.

Every presidential candidate in modern history who has won both Iowa and New Hampshire has gone on to win the party's nomination. (Romney narrowly won the Iowa caucuses last week). Since 1920, New Hampshire has been the first state to hold a presidential primary, and Granite State voters guard that status fiercely.

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