Man Submits 26-Page Paper On Plutonium Contamination Near Proposed Jefferson ParkwayAs the effort to close the beltway around Denver creeps closer to a reality, the fight against the Jefferson Parkway is growing.
Plans For Drilling Near Rocky Flats PulledHighlands Natural Resources decided it won't drill near Rocky Flats, a former nuclear weapons plant.
Company Withdraws All Oil & Gas Permit Applications From SuperiorThe Town of Superior posted to their website Tuesday afternoon that a company wanting to drill dozens of oil and gas wells in their area are withdrawing all of their permit applications.
Superior Residents Voice Opposition To Drilling Plan Near Rocky FlatsPeople living in Superior are formulating a plan to take on an oil and gas company's proposal to drill wells on the southwest end of town.
After Reports Of Delay, Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Will Open SaturdayInterior Secretary Ryan Zinke's office conducted a last minute review of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge which could have delayed its opening.
Trails At Rocky Flats Set To Open In A Few DaysTrails at the new Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge officially open to the public this weekend in Jefferson County.
Controversial Rocky Flats Trails Being Used Before Official OpeningThe Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge is not supposed to be open to the general public until this fall, but CBS4 has found that anyone can now just walk right into the former nuclear weapons site through at least one future trail head entrance.
Judge Won't Bar Public From Rocky Flats National WildlifeA federal judge has rejected a request to bar the public from Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
Demonstrators Aim To Stop Wildlife Refuge On Rocky FlatsFederal Judge Philip Brimmer will now decide whether to allow the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge to open on schedule this September.
Planned Trails At Rocky Flats Prompts LawsuitA lawsuit has been filed in Superior over planned trails at Rocky Flats.
Official Disputes Critic Of Nuke Plant CleanupA U.S. official harshly criticized a Colorado health officer who questioned the safety of a former nuclear weapons plant that was converted into a wildlife refuge and expressed doubt about whether the government's assurances about the site could be trusted.