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Judge Mulls Overturning Colorado Gay Marriage Ban Gay couples seeking to strike Colorado's same-sex marriage ban urged a federal judge Tuesday to overturn the law immediately and reject the state's request to stay a ruling until the U.S. Supreme Court decides the matter. Taping Of James Holmes Sanity Exam Mulled In Court, Trail Date Set The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case said Tuesday he will rule this week on whether a psychiatrist will be allowed to video-record the second sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes.
‘Texas 7′ Gang Member Caught In Colorado Set To Be Executed Opponents Of Colorado Personhood Amendment Launch Campaign T.J. Ward Hearing On Denver Assault Charge Delayed Officers Fight Subpoenas In Theater Shootings Case Cyclist Dies Near Independence Pass Half Of Colorado Voters Back Hobby Lobby Ruling Police: Sledgehammer-Wielding Thieves Snatch Jewelry Sunday Marks 2 Years Since Aurora Movie Shooting
Colorado Weather Center
Latest Forecast: The Heat Continues Right Into The Weekend More 90s are in the forecast for Denver and the eastern plains, at least for now. Heat Relief Could Be On The Way To Parts Of Colorado The latest extended outlook shows Colorado on the edge of below normal weather as we head into the month of August.
Overnight Heat Burst Recorded In Eastern Colorado Exercising On The Surface Of The Sun Hazy Weekend Skies Possible Due To Wildfires In Canada, Pacific Northwest Late Freeze, Hail Stunts Rocky Ford Cantaloupe Harvest Colorado Cool Might Be Caused By A Typhoon Big Research Effort Will Track Colorado Ozone Ultrarunner Hit By Lightning Finishes In 3rd Place
Dozens Of Sick Cats, Dogs Rescued From Longmont Home Authorities in Longmont have rescued dozens of sickly animals after two separate raids on the home of an animal hoarder or hoarders in Longmont. Limo Heist Mystery: Who Stole The Pink Cadillac? A car thief is at large, and the driver of the pink Cadillac limousine she stole may face charges in the case.
Man Accused Of Swinging Hammer At Officer Formally Charged 7 Hurt In Double SUV Crash, Driver Being Held Possible Police Impersonator In Aurora Man Shot In Abdomen In Aurora, Suspect At Large Police In Denver Say Death Was A Homicide Police: Sledgehammer-Wielding Thieves Snatch Jewelry Aurora Police Arrest 1 After Standoff 2 Arrested In Ammo Heist Suspected In Other String Of Crimes
Judge Mulls Overturning Colorado Gay Marriage Ban Gay couples seeking to strike Colorado's same-sex marriage ban urged a federal judge Tuesday to overturn the law immediately and reject the state's request to stay a ruling until the U.S. Supreme Court decides the matter. Opponents Of Colorado Personhood Amendment Launch Campaign Opponents of the latest version of a proposed personhood amendment for Colorado are launching their campaign.
Half Of Colorado Voters Back Hobby Lobby Ruling Experts Weigh Denver’s Migrant Children Plan GOP Stars Headline Conservative Summit In Denver Polis, Hancock Would Welcome Child Refugees To Denver Top Colorado Court Halts Gay Marriages, Citing Ban Gay Marriage Legal Challenges: Where Things Stand Court Rules For Gay Marriage In Oklahoma Case Hickenlooper Asks Public To Reject Oil, Gas Limits
Dominic Dezzutti's Blog
Two Weeks to Ballot Measure Showdown Deadline In two weeks, we'll have a better idea of just how epic the 2014 ballot measure battle will be and what forces may make it an historic election. MH-17: If Europe Won’t Respond Now, It’ll Never Happen The attack on MH-17 must earn an unprecedented response from Europe if they ever hope to keep Russia at bay in the future.