It's not in for a landing just yet, but come April 25th new rules are coming to a TSA security checkpoint near you. That includes allowing pocket knives on as carry-ons during flights.
There are limits; the knife can't be longer than six centimeters, or wider than half an... more »
CORTEZ, Colo. (AP) - Middle school students in Cortez are set to return to class Tuesday after a bat infestation forced officials to close school for part of last week. Students and teachers at Cortez Middle School were sent home Thursday while a company specializing in bat removal went to... more »
Rabies continues to pop up in Pueblo, and it may be the worst seen in the state this year. Those at the health department say 19 animals, including bats, skunks, and foxes, have tested positive for rabies so far this year, and the total for all of 2011 was only... more »
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is stepping up monitoring efforts in the bat population, looking for evidence of white-nose syndrom.
"Bats are an important yet under-appreciated part of our world and this threat is something we should all be worried about," said Tina Jackson, a Species Conservation Coordinator for... more »
It's now easier to view Colorado's largest colony of bats in the San Luis Valley.
The first agreement is a conservation easement that will protect 350 acres of wild mountain lands from future development. Included is the former Orient iron ore mine, the summer roosting site for an estimated... more »
Summer is winding down, with some local schools already back in session. But Cheyenne Mountain State Park has a flurry of activities coming up over the next several days to take advantage of our long, hot days.
The entrance to the park is on Hwy 115, across from Fort... more »