Exterior Wall Collapses On Denver Home, Insurance Denies ClaimPart of a home collapsed in Denver's Sloan's Lake neighborhood and two weeks later, the interior of the home remains exposed. The entire back wall of the home is missing.
10 Denver Students Prepare For 'Eye Opening' Mission Trip To Puerto RicoA group of 10 students from Denver’s College View High School are raising money for a mission trip to the devastated island of Puerto Rico.
Colorado Takes Part In 'Great ShakeOut' Earthquake Drill Set For ThursdayOn Thursday, Colorado will take part in the annual “Great ShakeOut” earthquake drills. The global event is aimed at teaching people how to survive and recover from a large-scale earthquake.
Civic Center Eats Undergoes Electric Grid Power TestAn environmentally-friendly change allowed guests at Civic Center Eats to dine in silence this week.
'The Ground Went Crazy': Activists Remember Project Rulison 50 Years LaterSome people might not remember Sept. 10, 1969, but a handful of protesters do.
Nuggets React To Earthquake That Canceled First Summer League GameThe Denver Nuggets' first game in the NBA Summer League was canceled Friday night due to earthquake that shook the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas.
NBA Cancels Nuggets Game, Remaining Summer League Games Due To EarthquakeThe NBA cancelled the remaining Summer League games on Friday night, including the Nuggets game, due to an earthquake that was centered near the one that struck California earlier this week.
2.7 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Eagle CountyThe USGS has confirmed a 2.7 magnitude earthquake hit just north of Gypsum at about 7:30 a.m. MT.
Federal Officials Study Colorado Quake For Possible Link To Deep Injection WellAgency officials say the well was shut down for maintenance at the time but pressure would have remained high in the well.
Deep Injection Well Investigated Following 4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Federal officials are investigating whether a 4.5 magnitude earthquake near the Utah-Colorado border was caused by a well that injects salty water deep underground.
4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Widely Felt In Southwestern ColoradoThe United States Geological Survey confirms there was an earthquake Monday morning in western Colorado.