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On December 28, forty-year-old Loveland Ski Area employee Adam Lee died from crushing chest injuries while working on the Magic Carpet, a motorized... [Read More]
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Yesterday, President Donald Trump inadvertently presented a dilemma for U.S. media outlets, whose executives had to decide how they should report about... [Read More]
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As we've reported, George Brauchler, 18th Judicial District DA and candidate for Colorado Attorney General, opposed Amendment 64, the 2012 measure that... [Read More]
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This week, the Denver Post put up a paywall around the vast majority of its material for the first time since April 2015, when the paper opened... [Read More]
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The announced purchase of Denver's Fox31 and CW2 by the controversial Sinclair Broadcast Group, which was memorably ripped by HBO's John Oliver for... [Read More]
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In "Mailing Marijuana Out of Colorado: How Likely Are You to Get Caught?," published circa November 2015, the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug... [Read More]
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At 9 a.m. today, January 10, at the Colorado State Capitol, attendees of a rally are expected to call for the resignation of Representative Steve... [Read More]
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This week, crews are removing Sports Authority signage from what has been known in recent years as Sports Authority Field at Mile High, presumably... [Read More]
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The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal by Harold Henthorn, who authorities say killed his second wife, Dr. Toni Henthorn, by pushing... [Read More]
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Today, January 9, in Fort Collins, the trial continues in the case of Michaella Surat, who's accused of misdemeanor resisting arrest and police... [Read More]
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Although politically engaged folks seem to be at odds over just about everything these days, there's one thing on which they agree: The current system,... [Read More]
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In October 2016, Burke Ramsey, older brother of JonBenét Ramsey, who was murdered in Boulder on Christmas Day of 1996, filed a $150 million lawsuit... [Read More]
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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions's announcement about rescinding the Cole memo, an Obama-era Department of Justice document that provided some legal... [Read More]
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Today, January 8, bidding begins on the 1994 Heisman Trophy awarded to the late CU Boulder star Rashaan Salaam, who killed himself in a Boulder... [Read More]
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JP Sears has gained fame as a comedian, life coach and author of How to Be Ultra Spiritual, which offers readers a guide to achieving "spiritual... [Read More]
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Marijuana-reform advocates who backed Amendment 64, the 2012 ballot measure that legalized limited recreational marijuana sales, argued that its... [Read More]
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In "What Can Happen If You're Black, Wear a Hoodie and Buy a Muffin in Aurora," published in September, we told you about an American... [Read More]
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Each year around this time since 2010, we've spotlighted the top White Elephant gifts as chosen by the folks at ARC Thrift Stores. And this... [Read More]
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As we've reported, 2017 has been among the worst-ever years for climbing deaths in Colorado, with at least ten casualties on fourteeners in the state,... [Read More]
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Mayor Michael Hancock, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and other officials and business leaders in Denver have formed a committee to explore the... [Read More]
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