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Fatal Home Explosion In Colorado Reignites Setback Debate

Last Updated by Dan Boyce, Jordan Wirfs-Brock on

A fatal home explosion in northern Colorado is prompting a lot of questions in the state about how oil and gas wells are regulated, and how close to old wells new homes should be built.

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State paid nearly $5 million for injured youth corrections staff since 2013

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

In 2016, youth corrections staff members received workers' compensation payouts totaling more than $1 million as a result of being “struck or injured” by a fellow worker, patient, or other person while working within the state’s youth corrections system.

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Common Virus, Silent Killer

Last Updated by Marybel Gonzalez on

CMV is a common virus, yet few report knowing about it. The virus can be life-threatening to newborn babies and there are few, if any, treatments.

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