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Forecasters Issue Winter Storm Warning For Southern Colorado The National Weather Service says a winter storm bearing down on central and southern Colorado could bring up to four feet of snow to some areas. Colorado Youth Surveys On Drugs, Sex Under Scrutiny Colorado has been asking middle and high school students about their sex lives and drug use for nearly a quarter of a century in anonymous public health surveys.
Denver International Airport Celebrates 20th Anniversary Autopsy: Teen Killed By Denver Police Had 4 Gunshot Wounds Governor: Oil, Gas Rules Must Protect Mineral Owners’ Rights Court: Colorado Crime Suspects Can Search Victims’ Homes Bill To Address SWAT Pranks Rejected Opening Of Anti-Crime Community Center Delayed CU Environment Professor Says He’s Target Of ‘Witch Hunt’ CSU Interim AD Leaving For Job At Tufts University
Colorado Weather Center
Latest Forecast: More Snow To Start March More snow to return over most of the state with Winter Storm Warnings for Western areas of Colorado. February 2015 Breaks 100-Year-Old Denver Snow Record February 2015 officially broke the record as Denver's snowiest February in history on Thursday evening.
Man Accused Of Mistaking SUV For His Rental, Driving Drunk & Crashing A man visiting Steamboat Springs is accused of driving under the influence after he allegedly got in the wrong vehicle and then crashed. 3 Arrested For Stealing Mail In 2 Separate Incidents El Paso County deputies say a 24-year-old man went to great lengths to steal mail.
Lakewood Police Locate Suspect In Stabbing At Motel Brighton Police Search For Man Who Struck Officer, Police Cars Boulder Police Search For Attempted Home Intruder Henthorn Trial To Be Delayed Thief Who Stole Credit Cards Inside Hospital Captured On Camera Police Search For Child Abuse Suspect 13 Golf Carts Damaged In Jefferson County, $1,000 Reward Offered Suspects Wanted In Jewelry Store Robbery May Have Been Arrested In California
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Rare Wildlife Make Winter Appearances A variety of rare wildlife encounters is making this winter's scenery even more picturesque and quintessentially Coloradan. Eat Your Way Through The Snow Over 24 hours since it began, snow is still falling. If you've already gone sledding, skiing, snowshoeing, snowman-making, igloo-building, and snow angel-making (did I forget anything?), here is your next activity: snow eating.
Colorado Cities Top The Fitness Index Ranking To Propose On A Jumbotron Or Not To Propose On A Jumbotron? If Yoga Pants Become Illegal Then Men Should Keep Their Shirts On Sweetheart City Hosts Valentine’s Weekend Festival Denverites Are Happiest In The Country According To Twitter Report Denverites Are Happiest In The Country According To Twitter Report
Colorado Youth Surveys On Drugs, Sex Under Scrutiny Colorado has been asking middle and high school students about their sex lives and drug use for nearly a quarter of a century in anonymous public health surveys. Proposed Powdered Alcohol Bans Gets Support, Opposition A proposal that would ban powdered alcohol is getting both support and resistance at the state Capitol.
Governor: Oil, Gas Rules Must Protect Mineral Owners’ Rights Bill To Address SWAT Pranks Rejected CU Environment Professor Says He’s Target Of ‘Witch Hunt’ Bill To Increase Oversight Of Medical Marijuana Caregivers Debated At State Capitol Fort Collins Pulls Back On Panhandling Ordinance Colorado Democrats Reject Exchange Bonus Limit Bill To Require Snow Tires Along I-70 Moves Forward In House Group Backs Off Plan To Put Fracking Ban On Colorado Ballot
Dominic Dezzutti's Blog
Fracking Task Force Proposals Sets the Starting Bell for Ballot Issues Now that the Oil and Gas Task Force did its job and provided proposals for regulating fracking in Colorado, the inevitable race to the ballot box begins. Colorado Senate GOP’s Dangerous Budget Gambit Colorado Senate Republicans are making a firm stand on a budget bill amendment, but they may be gambling far more than they realize.