• DUI checkpoint

    State retests hundreds of DUI blood samples

    DENVER — Hundreds of Colorado drivers charged with DUI, may actually be innocent. The state is retesting 1,700 blood samples from the past five months after it was discovered that a lab technician was not following the proper procedures. Results of some of the tests may be skewed. So far 250 samples have been retested […]

  • Gov. John Hickenlooper on the economy, education and marijuana

    Governor John Hickenlooper talks about the election results.

  • An oil tank floats on its side in flood waters near the intersection of Industrial Parkway and Brantner Avenue in Evans.

    Sampling reveals no pollutants in water due to oil spills; high levels of E. coli

    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said Tuesday that recent results of samples taken from flood-affected rivers and streams show no pollutants associated with oil and gas spills. The department took samples on Sept. 26 from 29 sights in eight different rivers affected by the flood. However, some sample results did […]

  • Recreational Marijuana Colorado

    State Marijuana Enforcement Division says underage compliance checks were successful

    DENVER — The Marijuana Enforcement Division of the Colorado Department of Revenue announced Thursday there was 100 percent compliance during underage checks at marijuana businesses. The division, working with the Denver Police Department, said all 16 of the regulated marijuana businesses were in compliance of not making sales to minors during recent checks. “It is […]

  • Obesity in Colorado

    LiveWell Colorado gives us the results of their year long study.

  • Sports genetics

    Boulder company offers DNA test to measure children’s predisposition for sports

    DENVER — With so many sports options for kids, parents find themselves making a lot of decisions. Now a Boulder company is offering a DNA test that it says can measure your child’s natural predisposition for a particular sport. Atlas Sports Genetics offers the test for $169. It looks for variants in each of the […]

  • Natalie Egleston was killed in a collision on Aspen Mountain on Feb. 4, 2013. (Photo: Linkedin)

    DA may charge skier involved in Aspen collision that led to death

    ASPEN, Colo. — What started out as a pleasant day on the slopes ended in death for a skier visiting Aspen Mountain Monday. Now it may also result in criminal charges being field against another. According to the Aspen Times, Natalie Egleston, 48, of Ardmore, Pa. died from injuries she suffered after a collision with […]

  • Testing (generic)

    TCAP scores reveal steady performance across state

    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Education released results from the 2013 Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) on Wednesday, which revealed narrowing of the minority achievement gap, and steady improvement for students scoring both proficient and advanced in all areas of testing. Remaining relatively steady, improvement increased slightly in reading with a 0.2 percent increase for […]

  • (Photo: MGN Online/Celiac Corner)

    Study: Gluten ‘sensitivity’ probably not a real condition

    DENVER — If you don’t have celiac disease, you’re probably not gluten intolerant. That’s according to an academic study that effectively overturned the results of a previous one in 2011, which had served as evidence that non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) is a real condition, Real Clear Science reports. Peter Gibson, a gastroenterology professor at Monash University […]

  • Appsolute Must: Yelp App to find local businesses and save money

    Yelp has been around for nearly a decade!  It was one of the original business review sites on the web.  The company was slow to move into the world of mobile apps but now they offer a great tool for locals on the go.  Here are some of the cool features of the Yelp app. […]

  • Results photo

    Final tallies: Election 2012 results

    Click here for real-time election results as they start coming in. Polls close at 7 p.m.

  • Toy swabbed for germs at a popular play area for kids

    5 indoor play lands tested for germs: See hidden camera investigation results

    DENVER — The cold snap in the Denver metro area has parents seeking indoor play areas, but how clean are the cartoon characters and bouncy balls? A Denver mother of three often wonders if the risks associated with going to a public play area are worth it.  “It’s inevitable, when one gets sick they all […]