Tenants in an apartment building in Pueblo have been told to leave because of horrible living conditions, and they have to be out by Monday morning at eight.
The apartments are in a converted home on Carteret Avenue, near Northern and Lake.
We talked to folks who live there... more »
DENVER (AP) - A man whose demolition work on a house in Pueblo led asbestos to be released into the air has received a four-year community corrections term. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said Monday that Thomas K. Tienda also is expected to pay more than $300,000 in restitution. A... more »
LIBBY, MONT. (AP) - Libby residents have longed for the day when they will be rid of the asbestos that turned their town into the nation's deadliest Superfund site.
Now they are being forced to live through the agony again, thanks to two piles of bark and wood chips... more »
An Elbert County Judge has sentenced a Parker man to forty days in jail for his part in the release of asbestos into the air.
Merit was indicted for falsely claiming to be a certified asbestos inspector in order to get work in a demolition project at a mobile... more »
A look into the clean up of a burned down warehouse in Pueblo shows the county's attorney mishandled a contract worth millions of dollars.
The old Ice House at 6th and Elizabeth burned in October 2007. Pueblo County paid about $6.6 million to clean up the site--which is planned... more »
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced Thursday that attorneys from the Criminal Justice Section have secured an indictment from the Statewide Grand Jury against a Parker man suspected of contributing to the release of a hazardous substance by misleading state officials.
According to the indictment, Michael Merit, 45, falsely... more »
Clean-up work has started once again in Pueblo, where an old cold storage building burned to the ground. The fire happened in Oct. 2007 at the corner of 6th and Elizabeth. Pueblo County has spent millions of dollars to clean up the site, which still contains materials contaminated with asbestos.... more »