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Gov. Hickenlooper Backs Gross Reservoir ExpansionGov. John Hickenlooper is giving his support to a plan to expand Gross Reservoir.
Denver Water Steps Up Lead Pipe RemovalReacting to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Denver Water is ramping up efforts to replace lead water lines.
Gov. Hickenlooper Picks Boss For Colorado Natural Resources AgencyThe former deputy director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources has been named director.
Police Find Stolen Denver Water TruckPolice in Lakewood found a Denver Water truck that had been stolen earlier on Wednesday.
Hundreds Of Pounds Of Drugs Taken Back On 'Drug Take Back Day'Law enforcement officers across the Denver metro area collected hundreds of pounds of prescription drugs on Drug Take Back Day.
Denver Water Restrictions Go Into Effect SundayDespite the snow and rain falling across Colorado and collecting in puddles, thousands of people will be under water restrictions starting Sunday.
Businesses Upset After 3rd Flooding Due To Water Main BreakSome Denver business owners are upset after another water main break has led to flooding in their stores in the Hilltop neighborhood.
Water Main Break Forces Road Closure In DenverA water main broke in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood on Wednesday morning, forcing a road closure.
Crews Dig Up Road In Denver Water Main BreakA water main break Wednesday morning has one block of a Denver neighborhood closed.
Colorado Weather Station Hits -51°F, Ties One Of Coldest Temperatures Ever RecordedIt's one of the colder temperatures ever recorded in Colorado, and a tie for one of the coldest temperature at this particular weather station!
State Official Who Clashed With EPA Over Mine Spill ResignsColorado's top environmental official is stepping down, months after he clashed with federal authorities over a massive spill of toxic wastewater from an inactive mine in southwest Colorado.
Colorado Unveils Plan To Manage Water Amid Drought, DemandColorado released its first-ever plan Thursday to cope with increasing competition for that water as the West grows drier.

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