Home Explosion Brings Calls For Safety But No Quick FixColorado regulators have ordered a snap review of oil and gas pipelines after a fatal house explosion near a well, but they haven't said how they plan to fix a fundamental flaw in the system: They don't know where all those pipelines are.
Lawmakers: Conclusions Shouldn't Be Drawn From Explosion DevelopmentAfter the house explosion in Firestone that prompted company Annadarko to close more than 3,000 vertical wells, CBS4 looked into regulations regarding development and proximity to wells.
Fight Over Oil & Gas Eminent Domain Bill OngoingOil and gas companies in Colorado are using a familiar tactic -- eminent domain -- to acquire mineral rights from homeowners and drill beneath homes.
DA Blames Loophole In DUI Law For Lenient SentencesArapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler is blaming a loophole in Colorado law for felony DUI convictions that result in no jail time.
Colorado House Defeats Local Control Fracking BillColorado's Democrat-led House has defeated a bill to reassert local government control over the siting of oil and gas drilling.
Bill Would Close Loophole Some Businesses Use To Avoid Paying TaxesState legislators are trying to close a loophole that they say some businesses use to avoid paying taxes. Legislators want the income to go to public education.
Domestic Violence Victims Push For Strangulation Felony ClassificationThere's a push at the state Capitol to make strangulation a felony crime. It is currently often charged as a misdemeanor and in some jurisdictions in Colorado, a municipal offense.
A Lot Of Interesting Legislation On The Table, But State Budget Will Be The Big BattleIt's back to work for lawmakers at the state Capitol as the 2016 Legislature kicked off Wednesday morning, and a lot of interesting legislation is expected this session.