Colorado Considers New Pipeline Rules After Deadly Home Explosion In FirestoneA survivor of a deadly home explosion caused by a leaking and abandoned underground gas pipeline urged Colorado regulators Thursday to verify that energy firms who say they've complied with rules actually do so.
NTSB Firestone Home Explosion Report Criticizes Decision To Build Near Gas PipelinesThe National Transportation Safety Board's final report on the home explosion in Firestone that killed two men includes criticism for local entities that allowed homes to be built close to oil and gas pipelines.
State Lawmakers Propose Biggest Change In Oil And Gas Regulation In 60 YearsState lawmakers call it the biggest change in oil and gas regulation in Colorado in more than 60 years. A Firestone woman who lost her husband and brother in an explosion caused by a leaking flow line is backing the legislation.
'I Remember Being Blown Into The Air': Erin Martinez Describes Firestone Home Explosion, Calls For Oil & Gas ChangesIn her first public comments since being injured in the Firestone explosion that killed her husband and another man, Erin Martinez says she supports changes to Colorado's oil and gas industry rules.
Anadarko Settles With Firestone Explosion FamiliesAnadarko Petroleum Corporation says it has come to an agreement with the Martinez and Irwin families in Firestone.
'Huge Loss': Firestone Honors Victims Of House ExplosionTuesday marks a year since a deadly home explosion in Firestone claimed the lives of two men.
Baseball Fields Dedicated To Men Killed In Firestone ExplosionNearly a year after an explosion rocked a neighborhood in Firestone, two baseball fields were dedicated to the men who were killed last April.
Site Of Deadly Explosion Could Be New Neighborhood ParkThe site of a deadly home explosion in Firestone could soon become a neighborhood park.