Heat Wave Blamed For Smelly Water In AuroraThe recent heat wave is being blamed for the bad smell coming from tap water in Aurora.
Mother Hopes For Donations To Be With Twins After Skull SurgeryTwin toddlers are scheduled for skull surgery in November. Doctors need to remove a portion of bone so the boys' brains can develop normally.
Blue Green Algae Found At Bear Creek PondTesting has determined that toxic bacteria has been found at Horseshoe Pond at the Bear Creek Greenbelt. Crews are advising people to stay out of the water, and keep their pets from getting in.
Mosquito Tests Positive For West Nile Virus In BrightonThe Tri-County Health Department has confirmed the first West Nile virus-infected mosquito in Brighton this year.
Study: Cannabis Chemical May Have 'Major Impact' On Pancreatic Cancer TreatmentA chemical found in the cannabis plant has demonstrated "significant therapy potential" in treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to researchers from Harvard University’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Rocky Flats Findings Divide Coloradans: 'It's Not A Big Surprise'After the state announced the highest level of plutonium ever publicly tested at Rocky Flats, questions remain on the safety in the area.
Boulder Group Fights For Stricter E-Cigarette RulesA number of parents, health officials and Boulder Valley School District leaders are hopeful proposed regulations on the sales of e-cigarettes will help curb use by teens. 
No Camping At Phish Concerts Due To Plague ConcernsPhish's concerts will continue as scheduled at Dick's Sporting Goods Park over Labor Day weekend, but there will be no overnight camping because of ongoing concerns with plague.
Photo Exhibit Shows Life Through The Eyes Of Cornea RecipientsThere is a photography exhibit at RedLine Contemporary Art Center with a vision. It lets you see the world through the eyes of people who feared they would never see again.