1 Day After Solar Eclipse, Thousands Experience Eye ProblemsA day after the eclipse, some Coloradans are feeling the burn. Optometrists and ophthalmologists across the Denver metro area are seeing a surge in patients complaining of eye discomfort caused by the eclipse.
Judge Refuses To Delay Trial For Would-Be Solar Eclipse WatcherA federal judge in Florida has refused to delay a case because a member of the prosecution wanted to view the August 21 solar eclipse.
Eclipse Travelers Warned About Bringing Pot To WyomingWith the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 only days away, hundreds of thousands continued to pour into Wyoming, the nearest state to Colorado in the line of totality.
Xcel: Eclipse Won't Impact ServiceXcel Energy doesn't believe the total eclipse will have an impact on it's electric service.
People Line Up Around The Block For Solar Eclipse GlassesHundreds of people lined up around the block to get their hands on Solar Eclipse glasses in Boulder on Friday.
Didn't Get Solar Eclipse Glasses? Try These Crafty IdeasIf you can't get the Solar Eclipse glasses to view the event, there's still a way to see it. You just have to get crafty.
Best Places In Colorado To See The Solar EclipseThe experts all say 100 percent is much better than 99, the difference between night and day- literally.
Expect Delays On The 'Road To Totality'With Monday’s highly anticipated Solar Eclipse on the horizon, tens of thousands of people have already made their way north, on the “road to totality.”
Without Proper Glasses, Eclipse Can 'Literally Burn A Hole In The Retina'Do you have the right eye protection ready to see the solar eclipse? You'd better.
Heavy Traffic Warning Issued Surrounding EclipseWith the population of Wyoming expected to double for the Solar Eclipse, the Colorado State Patrol in Northern Colorado decided to increase their staffing for expected delays.
Amtrak Solar Eclipse Train Sells Out In Just 22 HoursAmtrak says a special train ride taking passengers along the route of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse sold out in less than a day.
Many States Preparing For Historic Eclipse Like A Natural DisasterWhile millions of people are getting ready to watch the Aug. 21 eclipse, local authorities are the treating the event more like a natural disaster and are preparing for the worst.

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