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Winds of political change shifting on climate issues in Colorado, experts say

Winds of political change shifting on climate issues in Colorado, experts say

Coloradans care about climate change, surveys say, and analysts point out that politicians seeking congressional seats or the White House ignore the issue at their own peril in this critical…

Group backing grocery store beer, wine sales drops ballot campaign

Group backing grocery store beer, wine sales drops ballot campaign

A compromise bill to allow the gradual sales of full-strength wine and beer in Colorado grocery stores and avoid a costly ballot initiative battle to speed up the process has…

Ford electric vehicle sales surging as Colorado named best place to buy new EV

Ford electric vehicle sales surging as Colorado named best place to buy new EV

America as a whole may still be embroiled in an ongoing love affair with the automobile dating back to at least the 1960s, but Colorado is increasingly becoming enamored with…

Openly gay Vail Valley U.S. Rep. Jared Polis speaks out on Orlando massacre

Openly gay Vail Valley U.S. Rep. Jared Polis speaks out on Orlando massacre

In the wake of Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, an openly gay Boulder Democrat who represents the Vail Valley in Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, is calling…

Hickenlooper signs bill to slowly allow grocery store wine, beer sales

Hickenlooper signs bill to slowly allow grocery store wine, beer sales

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper late last week signed a pair of bills into law that will change how people get their buzz on in the state, including one that will…

Former Colorado Gov. Ritter optimistic USA Pro Challenge will return next year

Former Colorado Gov. Ritter optimistic USA Pro Challenge will return next year

An avid cyclist, former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter remains hopeful that the USA Pro Challenge cycling race he pushed hard for during his one term in office will return to…

Vail, Eagle County join CC4CA to combat climate change

Vail, Eagle County join CC4CA to combat climate change

Vail and Eagle County have joined with seven other Colorado communities, from large to small and east to west, to push for more action to tackle climate change at the…

Hickenlooper signs Public Lands Day bill in Vail, addresses Clinton rumors

Hickenlooper signs Public Lands Day bill in Vail, addresses Clinton rumors

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday, in an exclusive interview with RealVail.com, discussed his aspirations for higher office should Hillary Clinton be elected to the White House in November, and he…

Donovan’s Public Lands Day bill to be signed by governor in Vail

Donovan’s Public Lands Day bill to be signed by governor in Vail

Gov. John Hickenlooper will be in Vail on Tuesday to sign Senate Bill 21 that establishes the third Saturday in May as Public Lands Day in Colorado – a bill…

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…