Lawmakers Want EPA To Pay For Toxic SpillColorado lawmakers want the federal government to pay for the costs related to a toxic spill in the southwest corner of the state that also impacted New Mexico.
Gov. Hickenlooper Says Colorado Will Still Pursue Clean EnergyColorado will push ahead to develop more affordable renewable energy despite President Donald Trump's order eliminating many restrictions on fossil fuels production, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Wednesday.
Gardner On Gold King Mine: 'Broken Promise After Broken Promise'Senator Cory Gardner is drawing attention back to the Gold King Mine spill, and the EPA's response.
Senate Confirms Scott Pruitt As EPA AdministratorThe Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.
Feds Seek To Dismiss New Mexico's Claims Over Mine SpillAttorneys with the U.S. Justice Department are asking a federal judge to dismiss claims by New Mexico and the Navajo Nation that stem from a 2015 mine waste spill that fouled rivers in three Western states.
Air Force Has 5-Year Plan To Cleanup Water ContaminationThe Air Force has a five-year plan to cleanup water contamination in two communities near Colorado Springs.
Trump Picks Colorado Judge As Nominee For U.S. Supreme CourtOn Tuesday evening President Donald Trump announced that Neil Gorsuch, 49, is his pick to be the next Supreme Court justice to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died nearly a year ago.
What Is The EPA, And Why Is It In The Hot Seat?The former head of President Donald Trump's transition team at the Environmental Protection Agency says he expects the new administration to seek significant budget and staff cuts for the department. Here's a look at the EPA.
Lawmakers Concerned: Trump Freezes EPA Grants, Bars CommunicationSome Colorado lawmakers say they are deeply troubled by an order by President Donald Trump to censor several agencies' communication and freeze grant awards from the Environmental Protection Agency.
What Killed Geese, Ducks Under InvestigationFederal agencies have launched an investigation to determine what has contaminated the water in a Lakewood retention pond, killing more than a dozen geese and ducks and sickening at least three more.
EPA Says It Can't Pay Economic Damages From Mine SpillThe Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday it will not repay claims totaling more than $1.2 billion for economic damages from a mine waste spill the agency accidentally triggered in Colorado, saying the law prohibits it.
EPA: 540 Tons Of Metal Entered River In Colorado Mine SpillNearly 540 tons of metals — mostly iron and aluminum — contaminated Colorado's Animas River over nine hours during a massive wastewater spill from an abandoned gold mine in 2015.

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