2 Dozen Colorado Water Systems Say Lead Exceeds US StandardAbout two dozen Colorado water systems have reported lead levels that exceed federal guidelines, but officials say the lead usually comes from pipes in older buildings and isn't in the water supply itself.
3 Cases Of Life-Threatening Typhoid Fever Linked To Qdoba In FirestoneThree cases of life-threatening typhoid fever have been confirmed in Colorado. All three of the people sickened with the rare bacterial infection had eaten at a Qdoba Mexican grill in Firestone in August.
Colorado Guard Jets To Stage July Fourth FlyoversF-16 fighter jets from the Colorado Air National Guard will stage seven flyovers across the state for July Fourth parades and celebrations.
Thousands Honor, Celebrate Life Of Fallen Trooper CadetThousands of people lined the streets of the funeral procession and packed the church for was being called a "celebration of life" for Colorado State Patrol Trooper cadet hit and killed by a driver allegedly fleeing a traffic stop.
Procession Takes Place For Fallen Cadet TrooperMembers of law enforcement from around the state are honoring a Colorado State Patrol cadet hit and killed by a driver allegedly fleeing a traffic stop.
Explosion At Weld County Home Sends 2 Men To HospitalTwo men were taken to the hospital after an explosion in Weld County on Saturday.
Reports: Counterfeit Chinese Tires May Be Selling Under US Brand NamesAn investigation by Consumer Reports has discovered that a Chinese company may be selling counterfeit tires in the US under a brand name that consumers trust.
Stolen Homes Trial Begins In Denver District CourtAn unusual trial began this week in Denver court in which a man and his wife are accused of taking over vacant homes and selling them to unsuspecting buyers.
State Continues To Check Into Oil & Gas Flooding ProblemsAfter a 16th significant oil spill was discovered this week in the wake of Colorado's historic flooding, state regulators are warning people to stay away from areas where spills have taken place.
Ranchers, Farmers Eye Flooded Waterways With ConcernAs inspectors with the state of Colorado and the Environmental Protection Agency begin looking into oil spills that have resulted from the state's historic flooding, some farmers and ranchers are viewing the state's waterways that flows near their land with concern.
CDOT Gets Started On Repairs For Roads, Bridges The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to get everyone back on the roads as soon as possible. They've already started with $130 million and more money is expected from the federal government next week.
Floods, Aftermath Create Water Problems For Many CommunitiesThe floods and the aftermath have created another problem for many communities -- just how safe is the water supply?