After 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.
As 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.
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.
The floods and the aftermath have created another problem for many communities — just how safe is the water supply?
For residents of Louisville, news that they have been ranked in the Top 10 in the prestigious Money Magazine “Best Places To Live” list this year is no a big shock.
A Firestone man has been sentenced to 9 and a half years in prison for poisoning his neighbor’s two dogs and intimidating a witness in the case.
Yelp is the market leader where consumer opinion rules. In some cases it can make or break a business reputation.
A Firestone man pleaded guilty to poisoning and killing his neighbor’s dogs.
An ailing woman in Firestone has been stuck with a flooded basement after construction work in her neighborhood.
Police have arrested a man accused of poisoning dogs in Firestone.