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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Colorado Department Of Public Health And Environment
State health officials say flu-related hospitalizations peaked in early January but new cases are still being reported.
Colorado politicos are mulling methane emission regulations, seeking to become the first state in the nation to limit levels tied to oil and gas drilling.
The environmental disaster forecast by anti-fracking activists after last month's epic Colorado flooding didn't quite materialize.
A Denver clinic accused of conducting CT scans on patients without orders from a licensed doctor has been fined nearly $3.2 million, Colorado health officials said Monday.