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Temporary Water Treatment System Announced After Gold King Mine Spill

Temporary Water Treatment System Announced After Gold King Mine Spill

The catastrophic Gold King mine spill has led the Environmental Protection Agency to install a temporary water treatment system in an attempt to make the water safe for use. According…

Close Doesn’t Cut It for Denver Man Ticketed in Repair Shop Parking Lot

Close Doesn’t Cut It for Denver Man Ticketed in Repair Shop Parking Lot

Earlier this month, Nick Berlin was given a ticket for driving with a broken windshield — a violation, according to the local Adams County traffic code. Berlin understands the law…

Denver’s Housing Market Makes a Turn for the Worst Post-Labor Day

Denver’s Housing Market Makes a Turn for the Worst Post-Labor Day

It’s one of the most basic laws of the universe — what goes up, must come down. And this week, Denver realtors say that the region’s rising home prices are…

Disabled Veteran Wins $860K Settlement Against Denver Police Officer

Disabled Veteran Wins $860K Settlement Against Denver Police Officer

In Denver, Colorado, justice has finally been served — and to the tune of a $860,000 settlement. This time, a courtroom full of people agreed that a police officer was…

Colorado Police Worry New Trend Emerging Amongst Drunk Drivers

Colorado Police Worry New Trend Emerging Amongst Drunk Drivers

A possibly drunk driver rear ended a Colorado State Patrol trooper on the morning of September 1 in what police fear may be a new trend. According to Colorado State…

Denver Water Decides to Continue Adding Fluoride Into Water Supply

Denver Water Decides to Continue Adding Fluoride Into Water Supply

  Utility company Denver Water made an announcement on August 26, informing the public that it will continue adding fluoride into the city’s drinking water supply. Cities began adding fluoride…