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EPA Criticized, Explores Next Steps For Massive Gold King Mine Spill

EPA Criticized, Explores Next Steps For Massive Gold King Mine Spill

Most Americans — 75% of the U.S. population, in fact — rely on centralized wastewater collection and treatment systems to ensure water supplies are safe for consumption. Americans also rely…

State of Colorado Reeling After Home Explodes Because of Location Near Unsafe Oil Well

State of Colorado Reeling After Home Explodes Because of Location Near Unsafe Oil Well

Across the nation, there are more than 900,000 active oil and gas wells. In Colorado alone, there are more than 47,000, and many of those wells are located in densely…

Denver Officials Send Letter To ICE: ‘Respect’ Courts And Schools

Denver Officials Send Letter To ICE: ‘Respect’ Courts And Schools

Denver officials have sent a letter to the city’s immigration office urging them to stop sending officers to courthouses and schools. The Denver Post reports that this letter is specifically…

Thanks to Lawmaker Vote, Financially Struggling Colorado Citizens Have Access to Dental Care

Thanks to Lawmaker Vote, Financially Struggling Colorado Citizens Have Access to Dental Care

According to a survey from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 99.7% of all adults believe that a healthy smile is socially important. Despite that, many adults simply cannot afford…

Colorado Migrants Putting New Pressures on State’s Aging Infrastructure

Colorado Migrants Putting New Pressures on State’s Aging Infrastructure

On Wednesday, March 2, U.S. News and World Report‎ officially named Denver the best place to live in the country. Of course, the recent influx of new residents to Colorado…

Your FitBit May Be More In Tune With Your Emotions Than You Are

Your FitBit May Be More In Tune With Your Emotions Than You Are

In recent years, the widespread health craze has boosted the creation and sales of exercise-related wearable technologies. However, according to GQ, the detection of a “heartbreak,” in the heart rate…

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…

New DUI Law Casts Harsh Light on Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment

New DUI Law Casts Harsh Light on Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment

This August, after years of advocacy by victims of drunk drivers, Colorado’s new felony DUI standard went into effect. From this point forward, anyone convicted of a fourth DUI will…

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