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You're in line at the airport, scrolling through your Twitter feed or double tapping Instagram photos when you glance up, noticing a sign about federal agencies no longer accepting certain driver's licenses.
Oh no! What does this mean? Is Colorado in the clear? What if it isn't? Take a breath: If you have a Colorado I.D., you're OK.
Today, a 40 percent chance of showers, mainly after 1 p.m. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 54. Breezy, with a light and variable wind becoming north northwest 11 to 16 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 24 mph.
Colorado officials trying to set rules for multiplying underground oil and gas pipelines dove into details Tuesday ranging from when companies must report accidents to industry assertions that providing precise maps would aid terrorists – and hit a wall.
LOVELAND — Larimer County is seeking applications for the 2018 Visual Artist of the Year.
The chosen artist will create artwork inspired by the county's parks and open spaces that will hang outside the county commissioners' office for a year, anything from painting to photography, and then donate the finished piece to Larimer County for public viewing at a county building.
After being sentenced Thursday for committing acts of vandalism against the Fort Collins Islamic Center mosque in March, Joseph Giaquinto died by suicide Friday in a Fort Collins motel, states information released Monday by the Larimer County Coroner's Office.
<b>By Julia Rentsch</b><p><p><i>Reporter-Herald Staff Writer</i>
Colorado regulators of the oil and gas industry on Monday began refining their rules for underground pipelines, spurred by a fatal house blast in April and mindful that booming development driven by population growth is on a collision course with fossil fuels extraction.
Climate change, the country's divisiveness and bringing Boulder County's progressive policies to the national level dominated the discussion at a well-attended Sunday forum for Colorado's 2nd Congressional District candidates.