SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Snowstorm is delaying and closing schools and offices in parts of Colorado (See The Full List)
EPA Says Colorado Refinery Contamination DecliningFederal officials said Friday that initial water quality tests show levels of toxic chemicals are declining after a gasoline-like substance was detected seeping into a creek from a Denver-area refinery, but environmentalists said even one barrel of the toxic brew is too much.
Suncor Ordered To Test Air In Wastewater PlantState health officials on Thursday ordered Suncor Energy to immediately begin testing the air inside the Denver Metro Wastewater Treatment Plant to ensure worker safety near where a gasoline-like substance from the company's refinery was detected seeping into Sand Creek earlier this week.
Underground Pipe Eyed In Seepage Into Sand CreekColorado state health officials fear that a broken underground pipe that leads to a tank at a Suncor Energy refinery may have leaked vast amounts of petroleum near the South Platte River.

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