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State Rep. Buckner Dies From Respiratory Illness Democratic Aurora state Rep. John Buckner, who worked as an educator for decades, has died after battling a respiratory illness. He was 67. Procession Takes Place For Fallen Cadet Members of law enforcement from around the state are honoring a Colorado State Patrol cadet hit and killed by a driver allegedly fleeing a traffic stop.
Psychiatrist: Colorado Shooter ‘Knew What He Was Doing’ Lakewood Student Makes Finals In National Spelling Bee Psychiatrist Says James Holmes Knew Consequences Notebook Offers Glimpse Into Colorado Theater Shooter’s Mind Theater Shooting Prosecutors Build Case That Holmes Was Sane Air Force Academy Graduates One Of Smallest Recent Classes New Limits On Colorado Proxy Marriages Become Law Denver-Bound SkyWest Flight Diverts To Boise For Medical Emergency
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Latest Forecast: Scattered Showers & Storms, Then A Nice Warming Trend A cold front will push through the state bringing in more showers and storms to end the week.
Police Set To Unveil New Info In Windsor Fatal Bicycle Shooting Authorities investigating the death of a bicyclist in Windsor last week say they have new information to share in the case. Parents Furious After School Employee Found Passed Out In Bathroom Some parents at a northeast Denver school say they were angry to learn that an employee at the facility apparently had drugs on the property.
Northglenn Officer Shot While Serving Search Warrant, Suspect Killed Jury Selection Begins For Denver’s First Death Penalty Case In 14 Years Teen Stabbing Suspect Ordered To Stay In Custody Police Say They’ve Finally Nabbed The Elusive ‘Pink Thong Bandit’ Former Caseworker Pleads Guilty In Misconduct Case Man Sentenced In 2004 Deadly Shooting At Bluebird Theater Smash & Grab Burglar Wanted In Restaurant Theft Homicide Suspect Arrested Outside Colfax Motel
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State Rep. Buckner Dies From Respiratory Illness Democratic Aurora state Rep. John Buckner, who worked as an educator for decades, has died after battling a respiratory illness. He was 67. Rare Joint Appearance: Hickenlooper, Gardner Address Future Of Oil & Gas Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner made a rare joint appearance on Wednesday to address the future of oil and gas development in Colorado.
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