Colorado Nail Salon Owner Says Cosmetology Board 'Needs To Get More Involved'A Colorado nail salon owner says she's not surprised by a New York Times investigation finding workers at nail salons suffering from miscarriages, cancer and breathing problems after working around chemicals.
Denver-Based Company Fined $7,000 For Death At Wyoming PlantThe Western Sugar Cooperative has paid a $7,000 fine in connection with a workplace accident that killed a woman at its beet-processing plant in Lovell early this year.
OSHA Fines Construction Company After Worker Gets Stuck In TrenchThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Colorado company for an incident over the summer where a worker was stuck in a trench for two hours.
Regulators Cite Wolf Creek After Avalanche DeathFederal workplace regulators have cited southwestern Colorado's Wolf Creek Ski Area after an employee died during avalanche training held outside of the resort's boundaries.
Man Killed In Industrial Accident At Metal Shredding PlantA man was killed in an industrial accident at a metal shredding plant in Denver Friday morning.
Community Power Corp. Faces Fines From OSHAFederal regulators have proposed nearly $67,000 in fines for a Colorado bioenergy company, after an employee's leg was caught by an auger system that unexpectedly began operating.
Construction Worker Killed On The Job In BoulderA construction worker has been killed on the job in Boulder.
Spill Near Suncor Oil Refinery May Have Started A Year AgoCBS4 has learned the spill near the Suncor oil refinery may have started a year ago, not in late November as first reported.
Paint Company To Pay $1.65M In Xcel Fire DeathsA California specialty painting company pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of violating federal workplace safety rules that resulted in the deaths of five workers at a Colorado power plant in 2007.
OSHA To Investigate Aspen Drilling DeathA federal work-safety investigation is underway in the grisly drilling death of a construction worker near Aspen last week.
Grain Elevator Company Pleads Guilty In Teen Death CaseIt was an emotional scene in Denver federal court Friday as a grain elevator company pleaded guilty to charges involving the death of a teenage boy.
Company Charged Over Grain Elevator DeathFederal prosecutors have filed a criminal charge against Tempel Grain Elevators following the death of a 17-year-old worker who suffocated in a grain elevator in Haswell, Colo., in 2009.