The Post Office on Kittery Dr. in Security-Widefield is open again.
A suspicious package with white powder coming out of it caused the Post Office to be evacuated and closed as a precaution. The white powder was found and is being analyzed. more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - Some congressional offices outside Washington and media organizations have received threatening letters containing a suspicious powdery substance that was tested and proved to be harmless, the FBI and the Senate's top law enforcement officer said Wednesday. Sergeant-at-Arms Terrance Gainer said in a memo to Senate offices that... more »
OCEAN RIDGE, Fla. (AP) - The FBI is investigating a suspicious package containing a powdery substance that was delivered to a home on a Florida street where Vice President Joe Biden's brother lives.
The Sun Sentinel reported on its website Saturday night that two residents of Ridge Boulevard in... more »
Two young people went all out for an assignment in a photo club. It ended with their arrest on menacing and false reporting charges.
Witnesses reported two suspicious men pouring white powder onto a U.S. Postal Service drop box at 24th and Grand Avenue in Pueblo. Police cordoned off... more »
This week's big Spring snowstorm is making for a Spring Break to remember up in the high country.
Anywhere from 5-6 inches of fresh powder fell on most resorts. The snow totals were even higher at resorts closer to the Front Range.
Echo Mountain in Idaho Springs got... more »
The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to improve the safety of flea and tick treatments after seeing a significant increase in pets harmed by the products.
The EPA says it will develop stricter testing and evaluation requirements for topical flea and tick treatments. The agency also will begin reviewing... more »
Five snowmobilers are safe after going missing overnight in Routt County.
The snowmobilers are men between the ages of 25 and 33 who didn't return home from a snowmobiling trip in north Routt County Sunday.
Just as three search and rescue teams prepared to set out after them... more »
Wildlife biologists studying a mysterious fungus killing off hundreds of thousands of bats around America want to find out if they can repopulate caves decimated by the disease. So they're bringing 79 healthy little brown bats to two hard-hit caves in Vermont. Researchers suspect a fungus that thrives in cold,... more »