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Amtrak Says Southwest Chief’s New Mexico Routes To Remain Amtrak will stick with its existing New Mexico route of the Southwest Chief passenger train, according to the company. Police Say Motorcycle Forced Off Highway In Road Rage Case Aurora police have arrested a man after witnesses said he was in a car that forced a motorcycle off the highway in a road rage incident.
Second Suspect In Stabbing Over Facebook Post Arrested Colorado Lawmakers Start Debating Annual State Budget 1 Killed After Car Slams Into Mile High Comics In Northeast Denver Loveland A Microcosm Of Art Urban Development Movement Pioneers Beat Boston College In NCAA Hockey RMNP Will Allow Mountain Biking For First Time Colorado Defends Pot Law, Says States Free To Legalize Weed Colorado Drilling Plan Has Safeguards For Dinosaur Monument
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Latest Forecast: A Quick Warm Up, Then A Big Cool Down Ahead High pressure will build back into Colorado overnight and that will set the stage for a warming trend, but it will be short lived with a major change coming by the middle of the week. Is It Too Early To Turn On The Sprinklers? After a mild and dry March with temperatures well above normal in the extended forecast, many might have the "itch" to start their spring gardening.
Road Rage Blamed For Crash That Closed 6th Avenue In Lakewood Road rage is being blamed for an accident that shut down eastbound 6th Avenue Sunday afternoon. Springs Baby Flown To Denver With Facial Trauma, Father Arrested A father faces charges of child abuse after his 1-month-old infant ended up in the hospital.
Jury Finds Man Guilty Of Vehicular Homicide In DUI Crash That Killed His Fiancee Police Say Motorcycle Forced Off Highway In Road Rage Case Second Suspect In Stabbing Over Facebook Post Arrested Driver Who Critically Injured Officer John Adsit Formally Charged More Women Claim To Be Assaulted By Aurora Massage Therapist Denver Police Need Help Identifying Violent Purse Snatcher Police: Facebook Confrontation Escalates Into Stabbing In Longmont Attorney General: Largest Pot Bust Since Legalization
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Why We’re All Bros When We’re On The Slopes Maybe it's the friendly attitude of the west. Maybe it's the understanding that traversing a mountain is dangerous. Or maybe it's the unavoidable happiness one feels when sliding down a snowy mountainside. Denver Ranks In Top 10 Hardest Working Cities In America If you ever think you work too hard, it's because you do!
Colorado Lawmakers Start Debating Annual State Budget Colorado budget writers have spent months assembling the state's spending plan for next year, and this week their fellow lawmakers will begin debating, tinkering, and voting on it Colorado Defends Pot Law, Says States Free To Legalize Weed States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado argued Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighboring states that have asked the nation's highest court to shut down Colorado's pot law.
Stabbing Victim’s Family Returns Donation By State Lawmaker After Comments Colorado Drilling Plan Has Safeguards For Dinosaur Monument Lawmaker Wants Study On Managing Colorado Bear Population Colorado Republicans Plan To File Fetal Homicide Bill Feds Offer Tradeoff For Gas Drilling In Northwest Colorado State Rep Says Woman Had Baby Cut From Womb Because Of ‘Curse Of God’ Colorado Moving To Standardize Pot-Testing Labs Bill To Allow Birth Certificate Gender Change In Colorado Wins Support
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Edibles Suicide Should Not Lead To Hypocritical Regulation Anti-marijuana activists should take care not to use a man's suicide after ingesting pot edibles to push for increased regulation. Future Light Rail To Benefit From New Proposed RTD Fare Structure RTD's new proposed fare structure may cause problems for bus riders, but it may be a boon for light rail riders to the suburbs and future light rail expansion.
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