Latest Colorado News From The Associated Press
VA Averts Construction Shutdown At Troubled Aurora Hospital Lawmakers have reached a deal to keep construction underway on a troubled Veterans Administration hospital in Aurora. Colorado Theater Shooting Jurors See Graphic Autopsy Photos Jurors in the Colorado theater shooting case are seeing autopsy photos of some of the 12 people who were killed in the attack.
Independence Pass Reopens In Time For Holiday Weekend More Testing Reduction For Colorado Pupils Police In Colorado Catch Pair Wanted In Death Of Toddler In North Carolina New Broncos DL Antonio Smith Being Investigated In Texas Polis To Introduce Continental Divide Wilderness Bill Omaha Police Officer Killed Day Before She Was To Go On Maternity Leave Sheriff: Inmate Hanged Himself In Boulder County Jail Cell Race In Windsor Canceled Amid Anxiety Over Colorado Roadway Shootings
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Latest Forecast: More Rain and Snow Headed for Colorado Heavy rain for eastern Colorado and heavy snow for the high country starts today and lasts through tomorrow morning. Strong Tornadoes Aren’t Common, But Mean Business When They Hit Colorado When you hear the words 'strong tornado' the heart of Tornado Alley comes to mind.
Sex Assault Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder The suspect arrested in an attempted sexual assault and attack on the Auraria Campus has been charged with attempted murder. Police also believe he could be the same man involved in a similar attack more than a month ago. Police: Metro State’s Basketball Coach Arrested For DUI Police in Denver arrested Metro State University's mens basketball coach on Tuesday morning on suspicion of DUI.
Police: 4th Murder Suspect Arrested In Taco Bell Shooting Colorado Theater Shooting Jurors See Graphic Autopsy Photos Police In Colorado Catch Pair Wanted In Death Of Toddler In North Carolina ‘Big Mac Bandit’ Carries Heavy Firepower Colorado’s ‘Largest And Most Complex Heroin Bust’ Nets 34 As Use Of The Drug Thrives Fort Carson Man Would Choke Wife With Coaxial Cable, Use Boiling Water To Revive Her Deadly Crash Suspect Shot To Death By Police Police Arrest Man Named James Holmes For Alleged Attempted Rape On Auraria Campus
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VA Averts Construction Shutdown At Troubled Aurora Hospital Lawmakers have reached a deal to keep construction underway on a troubled Veterans Administration hospital in Aurora. Polis To Introduce Continental Divide Wilderness Bill Conservation groups hope their latest attempt to designate 90-square-miles in the heart of Colorado ski country as wilderness will have better luck now that Rep. Jared Polis has a seat on the House Natural Resources Committee.
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Real Sheriff Reforms Must Become Hancock’s Legacy Now that the city of Denver has received the extensive and blistering report on proposed reforms of the Denver Sheriff Department, Mayor Michael Hancock must make fixing this department his legacy. Lawmakers’ Letter to Hick: An Odd Strategy to Address Human Services Curiously, 86 Colorado lawmakers thought a letter sent to Gov. John Hickenlooper, one week after the session, was the best way to address problems within the Department of Human Services.