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Parents Of James Holmes Pleading For Him To Be Spared Death Penalty The parents of Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty. 2 States Challenge Colorado Marijuana Legalization Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional.
Tax-Refund Debate Flares Up Again In Colorado Drones Might Help Explain How Tornadoes Form Eagle County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Shooting Marijuana Research Projects Getting State Funding Prosecutors Charge Man Living Secretly In Rafters Wolf Creek Ski Area Owner Sentenced Over Permitting Violation Gas Leak That Forced Evacuations In Downtown Denver Stopped 2 Charged In Shooting Deaths Of 3 In Adams County
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Latest Forecast: Mild & Dry Before Late Weekend Changes Mild and dry for the Front Range, with light mountain snow, but late this weekend we'll see a big change.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested, Subject Of Internal Investigation A Douglas County Sheriff's deputy has been arrested on DUI charges and is on paid leave. Juvenile Hurt In Car Crash In Green Valley Ranch Neighborhood Police in Denver say a crash in Denver's Green Valley Ranch neighborhood was not a hit-and-run after all.
Pipe Bomb Suspect Set To Go Before Judge In Colorado Springs Parents Growing Pot Charged After 3-Year-Old Tests Positive For THC Weapons, Ammo Stolen From Deputy’s Vehicle During Crime Spree Wheat Ridge Shooting Suspect Arrested After Week On The Run Man Convicted In 1979 Murder Of 19-Year-Old Woman Woman Charged For Making Phony Marijuana Documents Man Charged After Domestic Violence Chase Police Search For Thief Who Stole Guns, Ammo From Denver Deputy’s Car
‘Lots Of Things Went Wrong': Vet’s Treatment Draws Senator’s Scrutiny Accusations of botched treatment of a military veteran have drawn the attention of Sen. Michael Bennet, who has asked for an investigation into the vet's care while at a Colorado VA facility. Tax-Refund Debate Flares Up Again In Colorado Colorado's economy is growing, and government officials are getting more comfortable asking the state for help with their funding needs after years of budget cuts.
Powdered Alcohol? Not So Fast, Colorado Lawmaker Says Sen-Elect Gardner Announces Committee Assignments Colorado Springs Mayor Won’t Run For Re-Election Denver Students Block Colfax During Another Rally Immigrant’s Family Hopes He Will Be Able To Leave Church Colorado GOP Push For Payment During Fracking Bans Water Woes Among Topics For 8 Governors In Vegas Gardner Votes To Overturn Obama Immigration Order
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NE & OK Pot Lawsuit Fails The Common Sense Test The lawsuit announced Thursday from Nebraska and Oklahoma may be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the case already fails the common sense test. Red Light Cameras: Populism Versus Profit The Denver City Council extended its Red Light Camera program, but will they face more pressure from the public if they don't make the systems more fair and less profitable?
VA Hospital Travesty: An Ideal Opportunity For Bipartisanship Protests Beginning to Hit Home How Low Gas Prices May Affect Colorado Politics Keystone Vote A Microcosm Of Oil Energy Battle CD6 To Remain Battleground Until Coffman Pulls A Perlmutter Colorado Legislative Bipartisanship: The Real Benefit Of The 2014 Election