SD School Of Mines Student From Colorado Arrested After Dorm RaidA student at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City is facing charges after authorities raided his dorm room.
Pentagon Team Scouts Colorado Sites For Guantanamo PrisonersA team of Pentagon officials is in Colorado to scout potential sites to hold prisoners from the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Colorado Testing New Voting Machines Next MonthBallots hit the mail Tuesday in many jurisdictions across Colorado. For some of those ballots, election administrators will be using new voting machines as Colorado plans a statewide upgrade.
Contest-Winning Bloggers Visit 2 Colorado National ParksSome bloggers are visiting Colorado this week as part of a campaign to attract younger and more diverse visitors to national parks.
Southwest Operations Appear On Track After Day Of DelaysA day after technology issues delayed hundreds of flights, operations appear to have returned to normal Monday for Southwest Airlines.
Cause Of 3 Front Range Fires Under InvestigationAuthorities are investigating what sparked three grass fires that that spread in dry, windy conditions and damaged property in northern Colorado.
Tegna Stations Return To Englewood's Dish After BlackoutTV station operator Tegna and Englewood-based Dish Network said Sunday they resolved their contract dispute, and that Tegna stations would return to Dish effectively immediately.
Man Found Dead In Tent In Rocky Mountain National ParkThe National Park Service says a man has been found dead in his tent in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Sanders Stresses Gun Control, Calls For Assault Weapon Ban At Boulder RallyVermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday called for an assault weapons ban in his second straight day of talking about an issue - guns - where he has sometimes deviated from the Democratic Party's consensus.
Walsenburg Has Big Hopes For Tiny HomesIt's been years since the old high school football field in Walsenburg, Colorado, saw much action. There's still an old score board and a boarded-up concession stand, but otherwise it's just a big patch of dry weeds.
Father Of Colorado Man Killed In Arizona Shooting Decries Gun ViolenceThe father of a Northern Arizona University student who was fatally shot in a campus shooting says something needs to be done about gun violence in the U.S.
EPA Reduces Estimate Of Sediment Release At Superfund SiteThe Environmental Protection Agency says between 500 and 600 gallons of sediment-bearing water was released from a pond at a western Colorado Superfund site, not 2,000 gallons as the agency first reported.

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