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Judge Says Jury Selection In Theater Shooting Feels Like ‘Ground Hog Day’ More potential jurors in the Colorado theater shooting trial have been released for reasons ranging from language barriers or residency issues, or because they have a relative connected to the case. Interior Still Plans To Decide On Protection For Sage Grouse Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has reiterated the federal government will decide whether the greater sage grouse should get protected status despite legislation attempting to block such a listing.
Nebraska AG Vows To Continue Fight Against Colorado Pot 3 Companies In Colorado Exempted From Contraception Rule Colorado Prisons Make Small Profit From Inmate Work Program Tax Law Quirk Means Pot May Pay Off For Coloradans, Literally Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Right-To-Die Legislation Colorado Health Insurance Exchange Faces Tougher Scrutiny Denver Broncos Don’t Want Powdered Alcohol Legal In Colorado Colorado Tightening Reins On Health Insurance Exchange
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Latest Forecast: Cooler Weather and Maybe Snow Ahead We saw the last of the 70s for a while on Tuesday and now will cool it down until we reach the upper 30s by the weekend...and even add a slight chance for snow. This Week In Denver Weather History: Record Snowpack Melts & All-Time High Temps January can bring a potpourri of weather to Denver and the Front Range and this week in weather history is no exception.
Denver Police Search For Shooting Suspect That Goes By ‘Baby Obama’ Police in Denver would like the public's help locating a suspect in an aggravated robbery and shooting. Stabbed Man Dropped Off At St. Anthony Hospital, Driver Leaves Police in Lakewood are hoping a surveillance image will help them figure out how a man got stabbed.
2 Arrested At National Western Stock Show For Alleged Child Enslavement Families Heartbroken After Learning Thieves Are Targeting Headstones Man With Young Girl Pulls Knife On Store Employee In Jefferson County Chief Believes Officers Followed Protocol In Shooting Of Teen Suspect Wheelchair Stolen From Boy With Cerebral Palsy Robber Targets People Picking Up Prescriptions 2 Walmart Stores In Fort Collins Receive Identical Bomb Threat Suspect Killed After Reported Home Invasion Attempt In Pueblo
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YouReporter Catches Fish, Eagle Steals It It's hard enough to capture wildlife on camera when they're holding still. For some reason the camera takes too long to turn on, the picture is fuzzy, or the animal is just too far away. SkyMall Is Going Out Of Business & I’m Devastated Say goodbye to fluorescent ice cubs, man purses, and tree trolls that used to make you laugh on long flights. The goofiest of all magazines has filed for bankruptcy: SkyMall is going out of business.
Latest Fatal DUI Crash Could Convince Lawmakers To Get Harsher This Year A crash on Sunday night that claimed the lives of a father and his two sons in Weld County is bringing more attention to efforts at the state Capitol to make repeat drunk driving a felony. Tax Law Quirk Means Pot May Pay Off For Coloradans, Literally Colorado's marijuana experiment was designed to raise revenue for the state and its schools, but a state law may put some of the tax money directly into residents' pockets, causing quite a headache for lawmakers.
Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Right-To-Die Legislation Colorado Lawmakers Consider Drone Regulations ‘Death With Dignity’ Supporters To Discuss New Bill At State Capitol Denver Broncos Don’t Want Powdered Alcohol Legal In Colorado Colorado Tightening Reins On Health Insurance Exchange Credit Card Interest Cap Fails In Colorado 5 Things To Know As The Colorado Statehouse Enters Third Week Fracking Bans Could Affect Retirees Relying On Mineral Rights
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Why Aren’t Denver’s Municipal Elections Making More News? We're only three months away from Denver's Municipal Elections and even though six seats are up for grabs on a very influential council, the races have yet to make many headlines. Can Colorado Give You A Jury You Would Want? As jury selection begins in Arapahoe County this week, it's time Colorado looks at jury reform to protect those called to a sacred and important civic duty.
Romer’s Uncomfortable Advice To Hickenlooper: Repeal TABOR Simplicity The Key To Asking To Spend TABOR Funds The Surprising Role Aurora’s Mayor Will Play in Denver’s Elections The Boehner Non-Rebellion A Non-Problem For GOP 2014 Political Year in Review: Hype Giving Way to Normalcy NE & OK Pot Lawsuit Fails The Common Sense Test