The flu is making headlines in Southern Colorado again, but not for the number of cases this time, but because of the number of people trying to prevent it. The high demand for flu vaccines is leaving doctors' offices and clinics in short supply.
Just this week, Kaiser Permanente... more »
Believe it or not, price per barrel of crude oil is about the same as it was in 2009 -- anywhere from $83 to $85 dollars says University of Colorado at Colorado Springs economist Fred Crowley -- but the price at the pump is $0.30 = $0.40 cents higher.
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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) - One western Colorado water district isn't on board yet with a proposed deal between Denver Water and Western Slope water interests on how to share water.
The Daily Sentinel reports the Ute Water Conservancy District says it likely wouldn't approve the agreement as it... more »
Some sugar beet growers are uneasy as they wait for federal officials to decide the next step for a crop that provides half the nation's sugar supply.
A federal judge in California issued a ruling earlier this month that prevents future planting of sugar beets with genetically modified seeds... more »
The Pueblo West Metro District wants to send waste water into the Pueblo Reservoir, which is also where many people get their drinking water. The proposal isn't sitting well with county leaders, but Pueblo West says its safe and necessary.
"You're always trying to get water, and you're always... more »
The Pueblo West Metropolitan District will submit a plan Thursday to the Pueblo Area Council of Governments to send waste water into the Pueblo Reservoir.
Right now Pueblo West sewage is treated at a facility on the east edge of Pueblo West, just south of Highway 50. That water... more »
California lawmakers have passed an $11 billion overhaul of the state's antiquated water system, ending decades of debate over how to supply a soaring population while preserving the fragile environment. The state Assembly passed a package of water bills and the bond measure to fund them before dawn Wednesday. The... more »