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Colorado fire officials fear explosion of marijua...
The chimney fell over. Windows blew out. Three people went to a hospital. Rarely before has Colorado's explosion of interest in marijuana been demonstrated so literally. A boy injured in the...
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Poudre Fire Authority
Retiring Norman police officer praised for passio...
... passionate about her job. She brings her best to it every day. She simply is the best,” Humphrey said. The police chief praised Newell for her contributions to the police department during a...
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Plaquemines touts 'StormReady' nod from NWS
Officials in Plaquemines Parish say the parish emergency preparedness office has been awarded certification in the National Weather Service's "StormReady" program. The certification was announced...
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2 Secret Service supervisors under investigation ...
Two Secret Service supervisors on President Barack Obama's protective detail are under investigation for alleged misconduct, a federal law enforcement source with knowledge of the internal Secret...
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DHS CIO Office done with transition to Telos
Telos' cybersecurity professionals have completed a full migration of data from DHS legacy systems and operationalized the department's implementation of the six-step NIST Risk Management...
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