The U.S. is about to supercharge our move to affordable clean energy with passage of the Inflation Reduction Act.
According to the report card, low investments in operation, maintenance, expansion, and innovation, as well as a state gas tax that has not increased since 1991, has made 22 percent of Colorado’s roads in poor condition.
The state’s high school marching bands have also begun preparations for their upcoming competitive field performances.
There are over 700,000 people in Colorado on Medicare Part D, which helps to cover the cost of medication for seniors and people with disabilities.
Gov. Jared Polis joined Colorado lawmakers and officials with the federal Environmental Protection Agency to promote efforts to electrify school bus fleets in Aurora on Wednesday.
Federal officials on Tuesday moved to implement a series of emergency cuts to water use in the Colorado River Basin, after seven Western states missed a deadline to come up with a plan to do it on their own.
Crested Butte, a one-time coal mining town, has now turned its back on natural gas.
Black and Indigenous Americans and people of color in the United States experience greater health disparities compared to their white counterparts.
State air pollution regulators recently used mobile technology to detect high emissions of benzene, a toxic substance known to cause cancer, at a facility in Weld County.
Colorado election officials received an advisory about software vulnerabilities in Dominion Voting Systems electronic voting machines, but the officials say they remain confident in the state’s election process.