A small study of store-bought lipstick suggests the makeup may be doing more than giving the appearance of plump, shiny lips.
It could be increasing your exposure to toxic metals. Researchers at the University of California Berkeley tested over thirty different lipsticks and lip glosses, looking at the amount... more »
Four people have been arrested after neighbors reported someone stealing metal from homes destroyed by the Waldo Canyon wildfire. Police patrolling the area stopped a vehicle as it was leaving on Sunday.
They arrested Selina Blair, Liza Mcfadden-Rhane, Marshall Brooks, and Tero Rhane for suspicion of trespassing and theft. The... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - One of the least popular pieces of security equipment since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is now part of the Smithsonian's collection at the National Museum of American History - a metal detector from the Transportation Security Administration.
On Thursday, the TSA donated the metal detector,... more »
Three employees of Colorado Springs Utilities have been arrested for stealing items found in a shed.
Detectives were looking into a theft at a storage building in the 900 block of South Union Boulevard. An anonymous tip led them to a shed and the owner authorized a search. Inside... more »
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office expects to file charges against a woman who allegedly tried to sell radioactive metal to a scrap metal recycling company.
On Monday American Iron and Metal called the Sheriff's Office with a report that a woman had brought in metal which set off gamma... more »
LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - Canned beer isn't just for swilling anymore.
Baxter Brewing, a craft-beer brewer in Maine, is the latest to distribute its brew in cans, just like mainstream mass-produced beers such as Budweiser, Coors and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
A decade ago, it's believed there weren't any... more »
A scientist has been detained in Miami after screeners found a metal canister in his luggage that looked like a pipe bomb.
The official says the FBI and Miami Dade police are interviewing the 70-year-old man. No explosives have been found.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity... more »
Texas is pairing up with local governments, nonprofits and metal recyclers to clean its coastal waters of vessels scuttled in the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas General Land Office official William Grimes says that until 2005 there was no law barring people from ridding themselves of unwanted boats, ships and... more »
A security guard who shot and a killed a man in Pueblo has pleaded guilty. District Attorney Bill Thiebaut says last week David Noriega pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide. Noriega faces up to six years in prison. The shooting happened in September 2008 at American Iron and Metal on... more »