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EPA: Sediment Accidentally Released In Western Colorado Creek The Environmental Protection Agency says a contractor inadvertently released about 2,000 gallons of sediment-bearing water into a western Colorado creek from a holding pond outside an inactive mine. Low-Cost Health Insurer In Colorado Faces Uncertain Future Colorado's biggest nonprofit health insurer faces an uncertain future, and its 80,000 or so customers don't know whether their insurer will be able to offer new polices when next year's enrollment period begins soon.
Encana Selling Holdings In Colorado’s DJ Basin Some Travelers Love To Hate The New Discount Airlines Proposals For Local Input On Oil, Gas Locations Under Fire Colorado Lawmakers Revisit Right-To-Die Bill Colorado Potato Packing Plant Settles Sex Harassment Suit Police Find Man Injured In Street After Report Of Shooting Man Gets Probation In Fossil Importation Case BLM Plans Prescribed Burn In Canon City Area
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Juvenile Arrested After Threat Made To Rangeview High School A juvenile male has been arrested in connection with a threat made to Rangeview High School in Aurora. Mom Of Toddlers Found In The Street Cited, Father Of Boys In Custody The mother of the toddlers found wandering alone in the street on Wednesday has been cited by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. Their father has been arrested.
Jury Acquits 2 Men In Murder Of Lafayette Man Denver Sheriff Warns Of Phone Scam, Callers Ask For Money Police Cite Man Suspected Of Vandalizing School Board Election Signs Dad Allegedly Told Police He Was Napping While Toddlers Were Wandering 32 Arrested, 20,000 Pot Plants Recovered After Raid On Grow Sites On Public Lands Man Suspected Of Stealing Cash From Church Donation Box Deputy Sends Reminder After Confrontation: Let Us Deal With Dangerous Criminals Road Rage Suspect Ripped Out Window From Victim’s Car
‘This Is Ridiculous’: Embattled Jeffco School Board President Files Ethics Complaint Against Himself The president of the Jefferson County School Board has filed an ethics complaint against himself. Ken Witt is one of three school board members at the center of a recall election. Bernie Sanders Coming To Boulder Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will visit Boulder on Saturday.
Proposals For Local Input On Oil, Gas Locations Under Fire Colorado Lawmakers Revisit Right-To-Die Bill Colorado Schools With Native American Mascots To Meet With Tribes Clinton Gun Control Plan Reignites The Debate In Colorado Clinton Campaign Names Colorado Leadership Council DeGette: VW Should Resolve Emissions Issue ‘Pronto’ On Colorado Mine Cleanup, Superfund Idea Divides Residents Republican Presidential Debate At CU Will Likely Have A Smaller Pool
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