Colorado Area Open To Superfund Cleanup After Mine SpillSouthwestern Colorado officials said Friday that they are ready to talk to the Environmental Protection Agency about a federally financed Superfund cleanup of inactive mines, including one that spewed millions of gallons of wastewater and polluted rivers in three states this summer.
Experts At CSU Show How Volkswagen Beat Colorado's Emissions TestingCBS4 has learned that the Colorado attorney general has joined other states to investigate Volkswagen due to allegations of consumer fraud.
Feds Stand Behind Report That Colorado Agreed To Mine PlanA federal agency is standing behind its assertion that Colorado officials signed off on a cleanup project that led to a 3 million-gallon toxic waste spill from an inactive gold mine.
Governor Orders Contaminated Pot To Be DestroyedGov. John Hickenlooper has issued an executive order calling for marijuana contaminated with unapproved pesticides to be held and destroyed.
Colorado Disputes Key Part Of EPA Mine ReportColorado officials say they didn't endorse an Environmental Protection Agency cleanup operation that caused a massive spill of toxic wastewater from an inactive mine.
Democrats Propose Mining Fees To Help Pay For CleanupsCongressional Democrats from Colorado and New Mexico are proposing new fees for mining on federal land to help pay for cleaning up sites like Colorado's inactive Gold King Mine, where 3 million gallons of wastewater spilled into rivers that run through three states.
Hickenlooper Tests AG Coffman's Power To Sue Federal GovernmentGov. John Hickenlooper asked the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule that he, not the state's attorney general, has the final say on whether to sue the federal government.
EPA Grants More Time For Mine Spill Repayment PactThe Environmental Protection Agency has given La Plata County and the Southern Ute tribe more time to work out an agreement with the agency for compensation for their costs from the Gold King Mine spill.
Public Meeting Planned About Animas River After Mine SpillThe San Juan Basin Health Department is holding a meeting in Durango to answer questions about the Animas River after 3 million gallons wastewater spilled from the Gold King Mine.
Colorado County, Tribe Want More Time For Mine CompensationA Colorado county and Indian tribe are asking the Environmental Protection Agency for more time to reach an agreement with the EPA to get compensation for their costs from the Gold King Mine spill.
House GOP Revives Bill Protecting Firms That Clean Up MinesCongressional Republicans are reviving "Good Samaritan" legislation that would offer some legal protection to companies and nonprofits if they work to clean up abandoned mines.
Gov. Hickenlooper Questions Attorney General Clean Air SuitGov. John Hickenlooper said Monday he will ask the Colorado Supreme Court whether it was legal for the state attorney general to sue the federal government over new air pollution rules.