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The building after the collapse (credit: Mark Neitro)

Building Collapses In Denver’s Highlands Neighborhood

A building collapsed in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood Tuesday night.

10/15/2013

Water testing bottles (credit: CBS)

Residents Of Coal Creek Canyon Worried About Water Contamination

People living in Coal Creek Canyon are being urged to test their water before using it and water testing bottles could make all the difference.

09/28/2013

Volunteers plant pine seedlings in the Hayman Fire Burn Area. (credit: CBS)

Waldo Canyon Restoration Based On Lessons From Hayman Burn Area

Environmentalists say they’re using the lessons they learned in Hayman to better protect Waldo Canyon.

09/03/2013

Firefighters investigate a house fire at a possible grow home in Denver on Friday (credit: CBS)

Fire Crews Rush To Extinguish Blaze At Pot Grow House

Firefighters rushed to extinguish a blaze at a marijuana grow house Friday afternoon.

08/30/2013

Volunteers on the Poudre River (credit: CBS)

Join A ‘Day Of Service’ And Help Keep Poudre River Clean

CBS4 is partnering with Xcel Energy to provide nine different wildland restoration projects next month. It’s called a “Day of Service” and one of those projects is on the Poudre River.

08/21/2013

Power lines (credit: CBS)

Boulder City Council Takes Next Step In Creating Utility

Boulder’s city council has taken the next step toward creating their own utility.

08/21/2013

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Microburst Knocks Down Trees, Power In East Denver

Crews were putting in long hours cleaning up after a brief, yet violent surge of weather that hit Denver on Thursday.

08/16/2013

Power lines (credit: CBS)

Boulder Electricity Flap Likely Headed To Voters

The Boulder City Council has voted to take over the power lines, substations and other assets Xcel Energy owns.

08/07/2013

A mobile home destroyed in Aurora (credit: CBS)

Intense Storms Make A Mess Of The Metro Area

Intense storms left behind a big mess along the Front Range and Eastern Colorado as several inches of rain fell in many areas.

08/04/2013

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Power Surge Knocks Out Some Overhead Lights At DIA

Operations are back to normal after a power surge briefly knocked out some lights in concourses at Denver International Airport and caused other lights to flicker.

07/11/2013

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