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Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

As the United Nations Leaders Summit draws closer, a recently released study evaluating Colorado’s energy efficiency is being evaluated — and the findings aren’t looking so good. According to the…

Sleep Expert Shows Sleep Apnea Patients Videos of Themselves to Encourage CPAP Use

Sleep Expert Shows Sleep Apnea Patients Videos of Themselves to Encourage CPAP Use

A Colorado man is breathing easier at night after seeing a video of himself sleeping convinced him to get a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine.John Brugger, from Commerce City,…

Sheriff Cuts His Retirement Short to Return to Public Service

Sheriff Cuts His Retirement Short to Return to Public Service

Retired Sheriff Gary Launderville’s retirement was short-lived, as he stepped into the position of Chief of Police in Lake Ozark.Launderville, 56, came to Lake Ozark with his family after taking…

As Unemployment Drops, Coloradans Look to Innovative Hiring

As Unemployment Drops, Coloradans Look to Innovative Hiring

Data released Friday by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment show that Colorado’s unemployment rate dropped to 5.1% in August—even as the economy lost 700 jobs.This ends a 34-month…

Coloradans Affected 2013 Flood Still Struggle To Find Permanent Homes

Coloradans Affected 2013 Flood Still Struggle To Find Permanent Homes

A year has passed since the South Platte River began flooding and caused major infrastructure damage for thousands of Coloradans living everywhere from Fort Collins to Boulder, but despite the…

Denver Teacher’s High School Chemistry Demonstration Injures Four Students

Denver Teacher’s High School Chemistry Demonstration Injures Four Students

Four Denver high school students are recovering from injuries after an 11th-grade chemistry teacher’s demonstration with methenol resulted in an explosive fire.Three of the students were treated at local hospitals…

How Serious Is This Enterovirus D68, and Should Parents Be Worried?

How Serious Is This Enterovirus D68, and Should Parents Be Worried?

Since mid-August, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed 104 cases of Enterovirus D68 in 11 states, but the CDC says that the real number of cases is…

Young Men Are Gardening’s Newest Demographic

Young Men Are Gardening’s Newest Demographic

For many years, gardening has largely been seen as the pastime of a largely female, often older crowd. While some people might know a father or grandfather who grew tomatoes…

Allstar Recycling, Headed by Former MLB Player, Moves to North Alabama Region to Recycle Solid and Industrial Waste

Allstar Recycling, Headed by Former MLB Player, Moves to North Alabama Region to Recycle Solid and Industrial Waste

A new recycling initiative for industrial waste will soon arrive in Northern Alabama, thanks to Dallas County’s largest employer and a former Major League Baseball player. Allstar Recycling will be…

Unseasonally Cold Weekend Buries Colorado and Surrounding States in Snow

Unseasonally Cold Weekend Buries Colorado and Surrounding States in Snow

The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted that chilly temperatures from a quick-moving weather system might ice out residents in Colorado, and the predictions proved to be all too true.The…

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