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Colorado’s municipal airports will receive just over $11 million for improvements from the state.

Foreclosure listing service Realtytrac says fewer homes entered the foreclosure process in January than any other month in more than three years.  And a new report from the state Division of Housing shows new foreclosure filings in Colorado appear to be following the same downward trend.

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The U. S. Department of Agriculture has released a proposal they hope will serve as a framework to develop future land management plans while at the same time protecting water, wildlife and community interests.

A lot of prime real estate will be going on the auction block next month in a move that could bring in millions of dollars for the property owner.

PA Game Commission

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a deadly fungus affecting bats on the East Coast has spread to North Carolina. And that’s reinforcement for some advocacy groups who say the federal government isn’t doing enough to stop the disease’s spread to the West.

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After much controversy – a Colorado senate committee has backed off a plan to cut free breakfasts for poor students in the state.

Weld County: Office of District Attorney

Weld County District Attorney and 2010 U.S. Republican Senatorial candidate Ken Buck announced a new effort today aimed at passing a Federal Balanced Budget Amendment.

The idea of amending the U.S. Constitution and restricting the government from spending more than it earns is not new. It’s been debated for decades, and drew recent attention when Colorado Senator Mark Udall co-sponsored a version this year with Republicans.

A Telluride-based environmental group wants a judge to revoke a state permit giving the initial go ahead for the construction of a uranium mill in remote southwestern Colorado.
State public health and environment regulators have defended their issuing of a radioactive materials license to the Canadian firm Energy Fuels Inc. which wants to build what would be the country’s first uranium mill in some 25 years.  They say the permit has a number of conditions attached to it aimed at protecting the environment.

SnowSports Industries America

2010 was the second best year in Denver history for meetings and conventions.  Officials say this is a sign of continued economic recovery in the state.

Jeffrey Beall

A bill that aims to repeal Colorado’s hospital provider fee has a hearing before the House Health and Environment Committee Thursday.  But supporters argue the legislation has been a win-win for both hospitals and the uninsured.

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