Engineering Students Help Wounded Veterans Thanks To PartnershipA new partnership with the Colorado School of Mines is giving students important, real-world experience while helping wounded veterans.
Study: Thousands May Have Been Exposed To Toxic ChemicalsSome residents in Colorado Springs say the drinking water made them sick.
Health Study Planned After Firefighting Foam Tainted WaterResearchers said Thursday they will study contamination levels in the blood of about 200 Colorado residents whose drinking water was tainted by firefighting foam from an Air Force base.
Leaders At School Of Mines Taking On Challenges Of The FutureCBS4 and the Colorado School of Mines are partnering to recognize Future Leaders in the STEM fields.
Colorado Schools Open Doors To Houston StudentsMany schools and college campuses are in Harvey’s path of destruction across southeast Texas.
Civil Engineers Race In Concrete CanoesThe School of Mines in Golden hosted a unique competition that put the skills of civil engineering students to the test.
New Executive Order Leaves Student's Situation UncertainAfter President Donald Trump signed a new Executive Order, international students say there’s still uncertainly around their education and life off campus.
10-Year-Old Inspires School Of Mines Basketball TeamElla Weigel is only 10 years old, but she's already a member of a college basketball team, and she unfortunately knows more medical terms than most adults.
Iranian Students Uncertain Of Future After Travel BanSeveral of the brightest minds at the Colorado School of Mines say they don’t know what’s going to happen as uncertainty continues to swirl around President Donald Trump’s immigration ban.
Colorado School Of Mines Signs 3-Foot-11, 6-Year-Old RecruitScott McDermott, a 6-year-old from Northglenn who has cystic fibrosis, has officially signed with the Colorado School of Mines football team.
School Of Mines Researchers Invent Listeria DetectorResearchers at Colorado School of Mines have come up with a way to protect our food. Their invention can actually prevent the spread of foodborne diseases. It's a faster, easier way to detect Listeria bacteria.
Water Treatment Plant Workers Concerned Sludge Is Causing CancerIs it a deadly coincidence or something more? Workers at the Englewood drinking water treatment facility are concerned that so many of its people have developed cancer.