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Road Projects Suspended Over Labor Day Weekend The Colorado Department of Transportation has suspended construction projects across the state in anticipation of heavy traffic this Labor Day weekend. Woman Convicted Of Lying About Abduction, Rape A Fort Collins woman has been convicted for lying about being kidnapped and raped by a former co-worker.
Judge Denies Special Prosecutor Request In Rampage Man Faces Sentencing For Crash That Killed Deputy Cannabis Cuisine Rises In Wake Of Legalizations ‘Wild,’ ‘Rosewater’ Playing At Telluride Film Fest Convicted Elk Poaching Former Officer Avoids Jail Time Berthoud Man Accidentally Shoots Self In Traffic Water Conference In Vegas Draws Business Leaders Eastern Colorado VA Resumes Surgeries
Colorado Weather Center
Latest Forecast: Could 90s Be Coming Back To The Forecast? Warming weather over the next few days before a cold front chills us by nearly 15 degrees. Balloon Classic Wows Spectators In Colorado Springs Balloons are prettying up the skies in Colorado Springs this weekend during the annual Colorado Balloon Classic.
September Brings More Than A Change Of Season To Colorado Highest Portion Of Mount Evans Highway Closes After Labor Day Lightning Strikes 2 In Denver, 1 Seriously Hurt Heavy Rain Overnight Leads To Some Street Flooding Colorado Mountain Towns: One Of Best Summers For Tourism New Lightning-Prediction Tech Aims To Lower Casualties ‘Exceptional’ Drought Rating Lifted In Southeastern Colorado
Teens Who Escaped From Corrections Facility Were On The Run For 7 Hours Four teenagers who escaped from a youth correctional facility on Lookout Mountain were captured after a night on the run. Hit & Run In Southwest Denver Leaves Pedestrian Dead Police are searching for the driver responsible for a hit and run in Denver that left a pedestrian dead.
Glass Pieces Stolen From Denver Botanic Gardens ‘Chihuly’ Exhibit Longmont Police Arrest Second Stabbing Suspect Attacker In Sex Assault May Have Been Wearing Mask Officers Targeting Drunk Drivers This Holiday Weekend Englewood Police Officer Recovering After Cruiser Struck By Drunk Driver Man Who Admitted To Robbing Boulder Market Sentenced Elderly Driver Sentenced To 6 Years In Community Corrections For Death Of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Sgt. Woman Convicted Of Lying About Abduction, Rape
Castle Rock Voters: Open Carry Firearms Okay The ballots have been counted and Castle Rock voters have decided to allow firearms to be carried openly in town buildings and parks. DNC Chairwoman In Denver To Register Young Voters Democrats are hoping young voters will help them get the edge in Colorado's congressional races, some of the most competitive in the nation.
Debate Over How GMO Labeling Will Impact Shoppers Colorado Won’t See Gay Marriage Yet Senate Democrats’ Campaign Arm Starts Ads In Colorado GMO Labels Cleared To Be On Colorado Ballot GOP Renews Death Penalty Attacks On Hickenlooper Battle Over Flood Aid Roils Colorado Senate Race Candidates Clash In Colorado Congressional Debate Cathedral Hosts ‘Prayers For Peace’ In Middle East
Dominic Dezzutti's Blog
Hickenlooper’s Decisive Non-Decision A comment in a CNN documentary about capital punishment may show that Gov. John Hickenlooper is far more decisive about the death penalty then previously assumed. Will DeBeque’s Embrace of Pot Tourism Spread? The small town of DeBeque may become a major pioneer in how uniquely situated small towns boost tax revenue from pot tourism.
Democrats Show Signs They Are Taking November Seriously Solving Denver’s Sheriff Problems Is Becoming A Problem Is there Enough Political Oxygen for Colorado’s Ballot Issues? Fracking Compromise May Create a Bigger Fight in 2016 Will the Israel-Gaza Conflict Affect Colorado Politics? Colorado Plays Role In The NYT Editorial Endorsement Of Legalized Pot