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Colombian Who Pleaded Guilty In Pot Case Wants To Go Home A man who pleaded guilty to drug charges following raids of a dozen Denver marijuana facilities has been denied a request he be allowed to go home to Colombia and be sentenced there by phone. Holmes: Mind ‘Was Kind Of Falling Apart’ Before Shooting James Holmes said his "mind was kind of falling apart" and he began to have homicidal thoughts months before he killed 12 people and injured 70 others in a Colorado movie theater, according to a video excerpt presented Friday at his murder trial.
Trail Ridge Road Opens For Season But Night Closures Planned 9 States Back Utah Ruling Tossing Federal Prairie Dog Rules State Rep. Buckner Dies From Respiratory Illness Procession Takes Place For Fallen Cadet Trooper Psychiatrist: Colorado Shooter ‘Knew What He Was Doing’ Lakewood Student Makes Finals In National Spelling Bee Psychiatrist Says James Holmes Knew Consequences Notebook Offers Glimpse Into Colorado Theater Shooter’s Mind
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Latest Forecast: May Ends On A High Note With Warmer & Drier Weather The last weekend of May 2015 will feel amazing and it will bring some of the warmest weather we've seen since the middle of March when Denver's high hit 81°F.
Triple Shooting In Aurora Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Critical Police in Aurora investigated a triple shooting that left one person dead, one critical and another with gunshot wounds. Parents Confused After Teacher’s Aide Found Allegedly With Syringe In Arm Parents of students are confused after a teacher's aide was found passed out in a bathroom by students at a northwest Denver school on Thursday. She allegedly had a syringe sticking out of her arm.
Police Link Shootings, Concerns Grow Among Residents Colombian Who Pleaded Guilty In Pot Case Wants To Go Home Smash & Grab Thieves Steal Thousands In Jewelry, Guns From Pawn Shop Burglary Suspect Seen In Surveillance Video Walking Through School Northglenn Officer Recovering At Home, Suspect ID Released Holmes: Mind ‘Was Kind Of Falling Apart’ Before Shooting Windsor Police Link Deadly Cyclist Shooting To Previous Shooting Teacher Aide Found In Bathroom Allegedly Had Syringe In Arm
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9 States Back Utah Ruling Tossing Federal Prairie Dog Rules Nine states have stepped into a lawsuit over the Utah prairie dog to support a ruling that animal activists say threatens to undermine the Endangered Species Act. State Rep. Buckner Dies From Respiratory Illness Democratic Aurora state Rep. John Buckner, who worked as an educator for decades, has died after battling a respiratory illness. He was 67.
Rare Joint Appearance: Hickenlooper, Gardner Address Future Of Oil & Gas Demonstrators Protest Decision To Prevent Obama’s Executive Order On Immigration New Limits On Colorado Proxy Marriages Become Law Local Brewers Fight Against Grocery Store Beer, Liquor Sales Senators Urge Funding For Sage Grouse Conservation Steve Hogan’s Focus Will Remain Economic Development If Re-Elected Aurora Mayor Senate Approves Deal To Avert Construction Halt At VA Hospital Colorado Coal Mines Getting Court-Ordered Environmental Study
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Hickenlooper’s Memoirs: A Ticket To The Ticket? Will Gov. John Hickenlooper's upcoming memoirs be the potential springboard for higher office as Washington pundits predict? Real Sheriff Reforms Must Become Hancock’s Legacy Now that the city of Denver has received the extensive and blistering report on proposed reforms of the Denver Sheriff Department, Mayor Michael Hancock must make fixing this department his legacy.
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