An autopsy has revealed that a 92-year-old man who was found dead in a cabin full of explosives in the tiny town of Turret died from a bullet, not an accidental explosion as previously thought.
Police are continuing to search a mountain cabin filled with explosives and chemicals used to make them.
Authorities in Chafee County believe a 92-year-old man was accidentally killed after a bizarre series of events involving explosives and chemicals.
Nine people have been hospitalized after a hazmat situation at the Oskar Blues restaurant in Longmont on Sunday.
A building at the University of Colorado in Boulder reopened Saturday after a hazmat team stopped a corrosive leak.
Several firetrucks and hazardous materials vehicles, along with a decontamination tent after a suspicious package was found inside the Social Security Office in Lakewood on Thursday afternoon.
The investigation continued this weekend into why a home in this northern Denver suburb exploded on Thursday.
Hazardous materials crews were called out to investigate diesel fuel spilled when a semi truck collided with a car during the Wednesday morning commute.
An urgent care center in Aurora was evacuated Friday morning and people there were being decontaminated after staff members found evidence of sodium hydroxide.
Police say there was illegal activity going on in the shed before it exploded in Lakewood Saturday evening.