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Eagle County energy inventory shows CO2 emissions 28 percent higher than rest of state

Eagle County energy inventory shows CO2 emissions 28 percent higher than rest of state

Turns out all of those massive second homes dotting the surrounding mountains and accessed by equally massive V-8 SUV’s have an out-sized impact on carbon emissions in Eagle County, which…

Donovan hopeful Public Lands Day bill will make it through Senate

Donovan hopeful Public Lands Day bill will make it through Senate

State Sen. Kerry Donovan told RealVail.com that she’s hopeful her Public Lands Day bill will finally cross the goal line after contentious House wrangling over its language was resolved last…

Daylighting dark money in political campaigns from Washington to Colorado

Daylighting dark money in political campaigns from Washington to Colorado

Campaign finance reform and so-called dark money are suddenly hot topics on the 2016 campaign trail, with both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders blasting Hillary Clinton for her fundraising techniques…

Conflicting public lands bills get different treatment in Colorado House committee

Conflicting public lands bills get different treatment in Colorado House committee

A bill to create a Public Lands Day and honor the importance of federal lands to the economic and environmental health of Colorado got an important nod from a state…

Sanders scoops up Dem delegates at state assemblies in Loveland

Sanders scoops up Dem delegates at state assemblies in Loveland

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders over the weekend continued to pile up Democratic presidential delegates the way snow stacked up across Colorado, scooping up 25 more to 14 for former New…

Lessons for Silverton: Ski, tourism towns like Vail, Moab can coexist with Superfund sites

Lessons for Silverton: Ski, tourism towns like Vail, Moab can coexist with Superfund sites

A little over eight months after EPA contractors accidentally released 3 million gallons of toxic wastewater into the Animas River near the scenic ski town of Silverton in Southwestern Colorado,…

Report: Native Roots interested in naming rights for Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Report: Native Roots interested in naming rights for Sports Authority Field at Mile High

CBS 4 TV in Denver is reporting that Native Roots, a marijuana dispensary chain owned by Vail developer Peter Knobel, is interested in purchasing the naming rights for Mile High…

Bill to lower Western Slope health insurance rates passes out of state House

Bill to lower Western Slope health insurance rates passes out of state House

A bipartisan bill in the state House aimed at lowering Western Slope health insurance rates, sponsored by Dillon Democrat Millie Hamner and co-sponsored by Steamboat Springs Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush,…

Colorado ski-town homes more attractive as Front Range housing prices keep climbing

Colorado ski-town homes more attractive as Front Range housing prices keep climbing

With ski season winding down in Colorado’s high country and the Denver-Boulder housing market so strong, real estate experts say Front Range buyers appear to be turning their attention to…

Western Slope lawmakers scramble to bring down runaway health insurance costs in high country

Western Slope lawmakers scramble to bring down runaway health insurance costs in high country

A bipartisan bill to study geographically leveling the playing field for health insurance customers in Colorado’s mountain resort region passed out of the state House Committee on Health, Insurance and…