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2 Military Planes From Colorado Arrive In California To Fight Wildfires Two Air Force Reserve firefighting planes have been sent to California to battle wildfires raging there. Gripping, Emotional Testimony Ahead In Theater Shooting Trial Sentencing Jurors in the Aurora theater shooting trial declined to rule out the death penalty Monday as they move toward sentencing James Holmes, finding his defense failed to persuade them to show him mercy.
Suspect In Explosion Near Springs NAACP Office To Change Plea Fort Collins Man Dies After Driving Motorcycle Off Road In South Dakota Wheat Ridge Officers Escape Injury In Head-On Crash Lawsuits Filed Over Medical Helicopter Crash In Frisco Driver Pleads Guilty In Death Of JeffCo Deputy Pot Industry’s Bank Bid Rejected By Federal Regulators Tougher Penalties For Multiple DUIs Among New Colorado Laws Colorado Seat Belt Sting Finds Numerous Children Unbuckled
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2 In Custody Following Police Chase In Southwest Denver Two suspects are in custody following a chase in southwest Denver Monday afternoon. 6 Vehicles Involved In Hit & Run Crash, Suspect Arrested, 2 Victims ‘In Bad Shape’ Several people were hurt and one person was arrested after a hit-and-run crash that involved six vehicles in Denver early Monday morning.
City-Owned Sculpture In Durango A Total Loss After Vandals Strike Bank Customers Robbed While Being Stuck In Traffic, 2 Suspects On The Run Woman Arrested After Fatal Stabbing In Montbello Driver In Chase That Stretched From Brighton To Hudson Captured Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Causing 2-Year-Old’s Death 2 Arrested, 2 At Large After Armed Robbery Outside Bank Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, No Suspect Information Released Minivan’s Crash Into Wall Serves As A Reminder About Texting & Driving
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Effort To Recall Denver DA Mitch Morrissey Falls Short Community activists who have been circulating a petition to recall Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey announced Monday that they failed to get enough signatures from Denver voters. Bennet Optimistic After Senate Passes His Education Bill The Senate has passed the most sweeping education reform since No Child Left Behind in 2001, and one of Colorado's senators is leading the charge.
Tougher Penalties For Multiple DUIs Among New Colorado Laws This Time Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt Targets The Boy Scouts Over Gay Leaders Decision Bag It: Ditch The Plastic And Bring Your Own In Vail Gov. Hickenlooper Talks About Building A Better Government Woman Facing Charges After Burning Confederate Flag In Manitou Springs Vail Town Council Considers Permanent Ban On Retail Pot From Highways To Health Care, Challenges Confront Governors Colorado Officials Ready For New Carbon Emission Air Rules
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Recalls Could Beget Even Worse Policies Recall elections are becoming de rigueur in Colorado nowadays, but the fact of the matter is that they are likely to worsen public policies as elected leaders begin to adjust to the threat. Lynn Bartels: Colorado Politics Will Never Be the Same Lynn Bartels finishes her legendary political journalism career at The Denver Post this week and Colorado politics will never be the same.
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