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Wiretap: Terror returns to New York, this time in a pickup...

Terror returns to New York City,  but this time in a rented pickup truck. The driver brought terror to Lower Manhattan, ramming his pickup into...

Statetap: Future of Colorado teen contraceptive program uncertain

Officials say they'll need $5 million to keep the program going and, although everyone agrees the decline in unwanted pregnancy and abortion is a good thing, the new Republican-controlled state Senate may be reluctant to fund contraception.

Feds open door to more uranium mining in Southwest Colorado

  When you look at a map showing the density of abandoned uranium mines in the West, a slice of southwestern Colorado stands out like...

Wiretap: Mental health intervention versus gun control

"The sobering fact is that there is little we can do to predict or change human behavior, particularly violence; it is a lot easier to control its expression, and to limit deadly means of self-expression."

Special regulation for weed edibles, but not for experimental uranium mining

Notes from the penultimate day of the 2014 legislative session

House creates special weed bank, promises more transparency on highway projects

House approves credit unions for weed shops The House gave final approval to HB 1398 today, a measure which allows licensed weed retailers to form...

Regulating a radioactive milkshake

The politics behind a bill designed to ensure cleanup and prevent new contamination from uranium mining and milling.

Amazon tax and back to the future cars

notes from the last few days of the 2014 legislative session.

Spill at Cotter Mill lets loose up to 9,000 gallons of...

No health department personnel have inspected the spill site, as yet, and no formal report has yet been filed. Cotter said it will let the contaminated ground dry before excavating and repairing the pipe.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission claims Colorado botched licensing of uranium mill

Colorado officials failed to allow the public to properly vet a proposed uranium mill they licensed last year, U.S. regulators declared last week in a letter to an environmental group suing the state.