EPA To Test For Lead, Arsenic At Pueblo Baseball FieldsThe Environmental Protection Agency will test for lead and arsenic at the Runyon Sports Complex, Pueblo's main baseball fields.
Dozens Plead With Trump Administration To Keep Air RulesDozens of people who live near oil and gas wells pleaded with the Trump administration Wednesday not to roll back rules for methane pollution, while industry representatives said the changes should go further.
Trump Administration Holds Hearing On Rollback Of Air Rules In DenverThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding its only public hearing on the Trump administration's plans to roll back Obama-era rules for methane pollution from the oil and gas industry in Denver on Wednesday.
Denver Metro Area Fails Federal Air Quality Standards... AgainThe air quality in Denver is getting worse and it's not meeting federal ozone standards.
Dead Fish Blamed On Contaminated Water From Old MineThe Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed what it initially thought about an investigation into at least 100 dead fish in Left Hand Creek. Contaminated water from an old mine killed the fish.
Authorities Investigate Possible Discharge In Left Hand CreekU.S. and Colorado officials are investigating a possible mine discharge and a fish kill in a Boulder County creek linked to a federal Superfund site.
Foul Odor Plaguing Canon City Linked To Contaminated Mill SiteSome people living in Canon City are finally getting some relief from a horrible smell that's been plaguing one neighborhood, even causing some residents to move!
3 Years After Gold King Mine Spill, Victims Awaiting PaymentThree years after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency triggered a massive mine spill that polluted rivers in three states, the federal government still has not repaid any of the victims for the millions of dollars in economic damage they claimed.
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.
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.