Investigators Still Have Not Spoken With Hospitalized Explosion VictimInvestigators have not had a chance to speak with one of the most severely injured victims of an explosion in Denver last week.
'Thought It Was An Earthquake': Families Starting Over After ExplosionOne day after a massive explosion rocked Denver’s Baker neighborhood a handful of residents were allowed back to the scene to collect belongings. 
ATF Joins Fire Investigators At Denver Explosion SiteFire investigators entered what is left of a four-plex on Wednesday morning after an explosion destroyed the building and left one person critically injured the afternoon before.
1 Critically Injured In Reported Natural Gas ExplosionNine people were injured, one critically, on Tuesday afternoon when a large explosion rocked a Denver neighborhood.
Colorado Researchers Team Up On Gas Leak-Detecting TechnologyOil and gas is one of Colorado's largest industries. Over time, the gap between Colorado communities and those operations has gotten much smaller.
Natural Gas Service Shut Off For Thousands; Restoration To Take DaysAround 4,000 homes and businesses in Salida and Poncha Springs were without natural gas because of a broken pipeline.
Crews Search For Source Of Gas Found In Home, Abandoned WellNatural gas has been found in a home and abandoned water well on the Western Slope. Now, the investigation has begun into whether the source is from oil and gas development.
Study: Most Of Methane Hot Spot Comes From Natural Gas LeaksA puzzling concentration of the greenhouse gas methane over the Southwestern United States appears to come mostly from leaks in natural gas production, scientists said Monday.
U.S. Says Colorado Has 40 Times More Natural Gas Than ThoughtWestern Colorado has 40 times more natural gas than previously thought, but an immediate boom is unlikely because of low gas prices, government and industry experts said Wednesday.
EPA Hears Widely Different Views On Methane Emission ThreatOver-regulating methane emissions could discourage the use of environment-friendly natural gas, an energy industry representative told the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday.
Crash In Summit County Forces Evacuations After Gas Line BreaksSilverthorne residents are back in their homes after a pickup crashed into a house and crushed a natural gas line in Summit County. The driver is recovering from his injuries.