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‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ Actress & Greeley Native Amanda Peterson Dies At 43 Amanda Peterson, best known for her role in the 1987 romantic comedy "Can't Buy Me Love," has died. She was 43. Teen Who Escaped From Golden Youth Corrections Center Pleads Guilty A teenager who escaped from a youth corrections facility in Golden after striking a guard in the head with a pillowcase full of rocks has pleaded guilty to several charges.
Wildfires In Canada Cause Air Quality Advisory In Colorado Holmes’ Life Could Depend On Prominent Schizophrenia Expert’s Testimony Police Still Haven’t Talked To Grandmother Of Girl Abandoned At Independence Eve Lush Conditions Fuel Colorado Increase In Rabbit Fever The Anti-Pot Taboo Shrinks In Presidential Politics Body Of Man Missing In Lake Granby Recovered Fraying Family Ties Cut To Heart Of Theater Gunman’s Defense Dylan Redwine’s Dad Says He May Be Person Of Interest
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Man Who Came After Denver Officer With A Brick Formally Charged A man accused of assaulting a Denver police officer has been formally charged. SWAT Team Finds That Reported Hostage Situation In Black Forest Is A Hoax A SWAT team rushed to an El Paso County home following reports of a hostage situation, but the whole thing turned out to be a hoax.
Hundreds Of Mailboxes Ransacked, Destroyed Near Fort Lupton Old Jury Duty Scam Resurfaces In Adams And Broomfield Counties Mechanic Killed Trying To Stop Theft Of Customer’s SUV Woman Accused Of Arson In Fire That Displaced 8 In Manitou Springs Search Continues For Suspect In Attempted Car Theft, Death Police, Firefighters Crack Down On Illegal Fireworks Over 4th Another Creeper Incident Reported In Boulder, Police Say Cases Aren’t Linked Police Search For Murder Suspect In Deadly Shooting
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The Legacy of the Historic June of 2015 The two major progressive movements that became real change this month will have a lasting effect on our political future. Should South Carolina Still Host An Influential Presidential Primary? Opponents of South Carolina's Confederate flag should focus on questioning why the state hosts the third presidential primary and if it still deserves that influence.
Colorado GOP State Chair: The State’s Most Thankless Job Rep. Coffman Won’t Run For Senate, But Will The Other Coffman? Hickenlooper’s Memoirs: A Ticket To The Ticket? Real Sheriff Reforms Must Become Hancock’s Legacy Lawmakers’ Letter to Hick: An Odd Strategy to Address Human Services Hickenlooper Taking Fiscal Plan To The People