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Lawsuits Filed Over Medical Helicopter Crash In Frisco An attorney for two people who were injured in a fiery helicopter crash in Frisco that killed the pilot filed lawsuits Friday, saying a rotor malfunctioned, sending the aircraft spinning out of control. Driver Pleads Guilty In Death Of JeffCo Deputy A woman who struck and killed an off-duty Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy who was directing traffic at the scene of a multi-car crash has pleaded guilty.
Pot Industry’s Bank Bid Rejected By Federal Regulators Tougher Penalties For Multiple DUIs Among New Colorado Laws Colorado Seat Belt Sting Finds Numerous Children Unbuckled Fluoride Debate Hits Colorado’s Largest Water Utility Colorado Theater Shooting Judge Holds Woman In Contempt Woman Yells ‘Don’t Kill Him’ During Closing Arguments At Theater Shooting Trial Skull Discovered In El Paso County Construction Site Colorado’s Ball Corporation To Close Beverage Packaging Plant In Virginia
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Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Causing 2-Year-Old’s Death A Grand Junction man is in custody and accused in the death of a toddler. 2 Arrested, 2 At Large After Armed Robbery Outside Bank Two people are on the run after they allegedly were part of a group who robbed two men at gunpoint in Edgewater.
Woman Arrested After Fatal Stabbing In Montbello Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, No Suspect Information Released Minivan’s Crash Into Wall Serves As A Reminder About Texting & Driving Investigators Determine Fire At Abandonded Greenhouse Was Intentionally Set Wanted Felon Arrested After Chase, But Driver At Large Woman Sent To Jail For Courtroom Outburst Faces Additional Charges 5 Guns Cleared In Investigation Into Camper’s Death Man Dead, 2 Women Hurt In Shooting In Parking Lot
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Bennet Optimistic After Senate Passes His Education Bill The Senate has passed the most sweeping education reform since No Child Left Behind in 2001, and one of Colorado's senators is leading the charge. Tougher Penalties For Multiple DUIs Among New Colorado Laws Colorado will begin punishing habitual drunken drivers with felonies and longer prison sentences, one of dozens of new laws taking effect next week.
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Recalls Could Beget Even Worse Policies Recall elections are becoming de rigueur in Colorado nowadays, but the fact of the matter is that they are likely to worsen public policies as elected leaders begin to adjust to the threat. Lynn Bartels: Colorado Politics Will Never Be the Same Lynn Bartels finishes her legendary political journalism career at The Denver Post this week and Colorado politics will never be the same.
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