June water discharge from the refinery shot to 2,500 parts per trillion of one PFAS, when the EPA standard is 4 parts per trillion, records show.
Abortion clinics in Colorado say they are seeing a rise not only for abortion pill appointments but also abortions in later pregnancy.
An upcoming debate over emissions from industrial giants will feature pro bono lawyers sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with key players
State health officials say Cotter Corp., which ran a uranium milling operation there for decades, will return to manage the site until cleanup is complete
Watchdog group says the refinery’s state reports again show high levels of PFAS pollution
Colorado has seen four cases of mpox, formerly known as monkeypox, since May
Advocates want state regulators to voluntarily seek downgrade from EPA to speed up fixes; state says it is considering the idea
Regional office probe says Commerce City refinery has far more air quality incidents than comparable producers, promises more action
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says the phone functionality will be decommissioned on Thursday
Colorado regulators warn the sulfur dioxide emissions could last, and urge neighbors to consider precautions.