The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Monday a settlement reached with Public Service Company of Colorado (PSCo) that will result in a $925,000 fine and requirements for increased monitoring and data gathering at the Comanche power plant near Pueblo.

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Timberline Fire Protection Truck Rolls OverA firetruck with the Timberline Fire Protection District rolled over on Saturday morning.
Fireworks Are Illegal In Denver, Many Colorado CommunitiesThe Denver Fire Department wants to remind residents that fireworks are illegal in the City and County of Denver.
Bear Swats Woman Sleeping Inside Tent Near TrinidadColorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for a bear that swatted a woman early Friday morning.
Kayan Cruz arrested after one man shot, another killed in AuroraOfficers from the Aurora Police Department were called Friday night to a man in a vehicle who had suffered a gunshot wound.
No Avs Watch Party For Game 6 At TivoliThere won't be a Colorado Avalanche watch party at the Tivoli for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
High Line Canal To Get Upgrade At Recreational ResourceThe High Line Canal is getting an upgrade as a recreational resource for underserved communities.
Most Of Colorado Remain Cool Through SundayMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Former Loveland Police Officer Acknowledges Not Intervening In Rough ArrestDaria Jalali, 28, pleaded guilty Wednesday to the misdemeanor charge.
Longmont Police Ask For Surveillance Video In Arson, Vandalism InvestigationPolice in Longmont are investigating vandalism and arson at the Life Choices building.
Colorado Groups Absorb Hate At LGBTQ+ Events To Protect FamiliesThe Parasol Patrol, founded in Colorado, tries to separate LGBTQ event attendees from protestors to protect families and kids.
The Big Weekend Chill Is HereWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Are Housing Prices Pushing People Out Of Colorado?It is the height of the busy moving season, and several large van lines say they are seeing a surge of bookings for people moving out of Colorado.
Catholic Groups Among Those Celebrating SCOTUS Decision On Roe v. WadeThere are many groups that have been advocating for this day to come.
Coloradans offering help following historic Supreme Court Roe v. Wade announcementPlanned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains says they’re fortunate to be able to offer services to patients from other states. Some Coloradans are opening their homes to help.
Multiple People Escorted Out Of Tivoli Quad After Busting Through FenceSeveral law enforcement officers ran after and tackled multiple people busting into the Avs watch party at the Tivoli Quad on Friday night. The Auraria Campus alerted the public the party was at capacity at around 6 p.m.
Sad Faces File Out Of Ball Arena After Avs' Game 5 LossAvs fans will have to cheer through at least one more game as the team heads back to Tampa Bay.
Making Safer Connections Along The High Line CanalThe second major underpass is open along the High Line Canal trail.
Weekly Reality CheckA recent debate between two Republican candidates for U.S. Senate might change the course of the race.
Hanging Lake Trail Reopens Saturday: Temporary Route To Open With Permanent Trail Ready In 3 YearsOne of Colorado's gems will reopen Saturday after suffering two summers of devastation.
Crowds protest at state Capitol after Supreme Court decision overturning Roe V. WadeHundreds of people gathered at the state Capitol on Friday evening after the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Fans Fill Ball Arena As The Colorado Avalanche Take On The Tampa Bay Lightning In Game 5 Of The Stanley Cup FinalFans are excited as the Avs have the chance to take home the Stanley Cup if they win Friday's game against the Lightning.
Two Cold Front Set To Change WeekendWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Denver Pride Organizers Ready For Celebrations Following New Opinion From Justice Clarence ThomasLGBTQ advocates are getting ready to celebrate Pride festivities in Denver, but a cloud of doubt has drifted over the celebrations.
Colorado's Abortion Law To Remain Unchanged As Neighboring States React To Roe v. Wade ReversalAs Americans react to the official ruling that the Supreme Court is overruling Roe v. Wade, allowing states to impose further restrictions on access to abortions, Coloradans are being assured that their expectations for abortion access should not be directly impacted by this ruling.

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