We all know that the state of Nevada has been used in the past for nuclear exploration, and many of us never realized that our very own state has been the site for nuclear testing that could have turned out negative.
A worker's clothes caught fire after he lit a cigarette at an auto body shop in Denver on Sunday morning. Nearby workers were siphoning gas from a vehicle into a bucket at Saul's Automotive when the man lit the cigarette, confirms the Denver Fire Department...
Gas prices are still astronomical compared to what they used to be (remember being able to fill up your sedan for $18?); but at least they've fallen a bit from what they were last week, even if Fort Collins gas is still on the more expensive side.
Turmoil in the Middle East is nothing new. Gas prices going up is nothing new. What is new is the possibility that we could be looking at prices at the pump lurking in the neighborhood of $5 a gallon by the summer. And that’s painful.