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Colorado Camp Resort For Pot Users Falls Through A planned pot-friendly ranch resort in southwest Colorado has been snuffed before it opened. The 170-acre CannaCamp resort touted weed-friendly activities such as hiking and fishing. Q&A: Defense Attorneys Try To Show Theater Shooter Insane The first week of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes' defense case has provided new details about his mental state around the time he killed 12 people and injured 70 more during a packed midnight movie premiere.
Denver VA Hospital Curtails Some Surgeries For Maintenance Task Force Searches Area Around Loveland Airport After Tip On Random Shootings Idea For Camp Resort For Pot Users Goes Up In Smoke World War II POWs From Colorado Get Long-Delayed Medals Q&A: Defense Attorneys Try To Show Theater Shooter Insane Doctor: Theater Shooter’s IQ Fell While He Was Jailed Colorado Springs Police Investigate Fatal Shooting Texas Man Accused Of Homeless Shelter Assault In Colorado
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Thief Attemps To Steal Car, Hits Victim With It Denver police are searching for the suspect that got away on foot. Suspect Charged With Murder, Burglary, Theft In Death Of Woman The man arrested after a manhunt through the wilderness that was initiated after a woman's body was found bound face down in a home near Steamboat Springs, has been charged with first-degree murder.
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Children Become Advisers In Gay Marriage Controversy A first grader stood her ground against a street preacher opposing gay marriage, by waving a rainbow flag. Make A Friend & Checkout A Band Saw At The Denver Tool Library It holds thousands of tools and is building a community of DIY-ers.
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Lawmakers Cut Film Incentives, Silver Screen Dreams Fade For Colorado Hollywood's attraction to Colorado may be fading after state lawmakers cut incentives for the movie industry. 1st Investigations Wrapping Up On Over-Budget Aurora VA Hospital The first inquiries into what went wrong with a vastly over-budget veterans medical center in Aurora could be done soon, VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson said Wednesday.
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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