Truck Crash Spills More Waste From Colorado Mine Into CreekA truck hauling waste from a Colorado mine — the source of a 2015 spill that polluted rivers in three states— crashed into a creek on Monday.
Pruitt Resigning From EPA, Trump AnnouncesPresident Donald Trump announced on Thursday that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is resigning.
EPA Lays Out Next Steps To Clean Up Southwest Colorado MinesThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday laid out the next steps it will take to clean up wastewater flowing from dozens of old mines in southwestern Colorado, including dredging contaminated sediment from streambeds and digging ditches to divert water away from tainted rocks and soil.
Air Force Renews Commitment To Safe Drinking Water In Southern ColoradoThe Air Force is renewing its commitment to make sure people have safe drinking water in two communities near Colorado Springs.
Federal Investigators: Pruitt's $43,000 Soundproof Booth In EPA Office Violated LawThe $43,000 soundproof booth for EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's office violated federal law, federal investigators concluded.
EPA Fires Back At Critics Over Colorado Mine WastewaterThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is firing back at a mining company that accused the agency of letting untreated mine wastewater get into a southwestern Colorado river.
Sen. Bennet Calls For EPA Chief's ResignationSen. Michael Bennet is calling for the resignation of the head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
EPA Considers Relocating Sludge From Gold King MineThe Environmental Protection Agency is considering hauling sludge from the Gold King Mine to a location about 70 miles away.
Ethics Lawyer Says He Didn't Have Facts About Pruitt CondoAn Environmental Protection Agency lawyer said he wasn't provided the full facts when he ruled there was no ethics violation in Administrator Scott Pruitt's lease of a bargain-priced Capitol Hill condo with ties to a fossil fuels lobbyist.
Consumer Groups: New EPA Standards Could Affect Driver's WalletThe Environmental Protection Agency has taken the first step in rolling back fuel efficiency standards and some people are shaking their heads.
Mining Company Challenges EPA Order For Superfund Site StudyA mining company is formally challenging an Environmental Protection Agency order to pay for an investigation of underground water flows at a Colorado Superfund site.
Radon: The Silent Killer That Can Be StoppedYou can't see it in your home or smell it, but radon could kill you. It is a naturally occurring radioactive gas.