A sixth bomb scare in Colorado took place Saturday morning at a gas station near Peterson Air Force Base.
Shortly before 11 a.m., deputies with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office were called out ot the Conoco gas station at Peterson and Platte Ave after a witness reported seeing... more »
Manitou Springs Police Department with the assistance of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms are continue to analyze two suspicious packages that were found in Manitou Springs on Thursday, forcing the closure of several businesses.
An x-ray released by the Manitou Springs Police Department shows what was inside one of the... more »
An environmental group challenging Shell Oil's plans to drill exploratory wells off Alaska's coast calls a federal appeals court decision disappointing, given the catastrophic Gulf of Mexico spill. A federal appeals court in Portland, Oregon ruled that the federal government met its obligations to consider the potential threat to wildlife... more »
More than one in 10 Chinese children sickened by contaminated milk showed signs of kidney damage six months afterward, researchers have found, raising concerns about the long-term effects of the country's massive food safety scandal.
At least six children died and nearly 300,000 children fell ill two years ago... more »
A New York man accused of trying to open a plane door mid-flight has been freed on bail and ordered not to fly. Thirty-three-year-old Gregory Thomas Burns appeared in federal court in Denver Friday afternoon and was released on $10,000 bail. He's accused of trying to open a plane's exterior... more »
Congressional investigators say the Food and Drug Administration has not followed through on changes suggested three years ago to better monitor drug safety. The recommendations came after an embarrassing and dangerous episode with Vioxx. The FDA had approved the blockbuster pain drug in 1999, but pulled it from the market... more »