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  • Trending

    It takes a village to corral a loose llama in Colorado

    Sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Haverfield says Ethel's owner called Tuesday asking for help to get the llama home after she wandered into another pasture. An animal control officer and a deputy tried to wrangle Ethel, but she proved difficult to capture and more help had to be called in.

  • Trending

    Unique pastes style in Aurora born in the UK, raised in Mexico

    In a restaurant scene dominated by Mexican restaurants slinging delicious but typical fare such as burritos, tacos, tamales and enchiladas, Reyes’ three-year-old restaurant at Parker Road and South Peoria Street offers a change of pace

  • Trending

    Prison guard says he fired as he was punched at biker brawl

    Police proposed charging Derrick Duran, 34, with first-degree murder in the January melee at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo, a gathering of biker clubs from across the country, the 195-page report shows. But prosecutors refused because his self-defense claim made it unlikely a jury would convict him.

  • Trending

    Lawmakers struggle to put a cork in grocery sales debate ahead of ballot

    “The bill is designed to transition us to a different system of retail liquor sales and not have it happen overnight,” he said. But time is tight for the legislation, which was just introduced last week. The legislative session is slated to end next week.

  • Trending

    Man gets 42 years for 1996 death of Denver gang member

    Prosecutors with the Denver District Attorney's Office say 43-year-old Sheldon Long was sentenced Monday for the Oct. 30, 1996, death of 23-year-old Darryl Givens. Long previously pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, and his penalty was six years shy of the maximum possible sentence.

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    Arizona artist brings her art-nature blend to Aurora

    For her new work in Aurora, the public artist said that she tried to incorporate the piece’s proximity to the Sand Creek Regional Greenway trail system and the nearby Fitzsimons Life Science District into the final product

  • Trending

    Diamond the size of a tennis ball could fetch $70 million

    "Not only is the rough superlative in size and quality, but no rough even remotely of this scale has ever been offered before at public auction," he said.

  • Trending

    Colorado Springs houses largest firefighting plane in US

    Global SuperTanker had announced plans to base the aircraft in Colorado Springs in August. The airport was chosen for its low operating costs, ability to accommodate the wide-body jet and the city's central location to fight wildfires throughout the western U.S.

  • Trending

    Man admits voting in Kansas, Colorado in same election

    The complaint alleges he voted illegally in Kansas in the 2012 and 2014 general elections, while also voting in Teller County in the same elections

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    EDITORIAL: Mandatory sentencing bill angering DAs is just a needed start at reform

    This controversy highlights our evolution in realizing that contrition, mercy and common sense are very real components of a criminal justice system that are vastly more beneficial to the public than giving revenge and bureaucracy leading roles

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    Colorado Senate passes juvenile life-sentencing bill

    "Well, I'm not ashamed," she said. "I am proud to stand here, I am proud, darn proud, to do what my heart tells me is the right, moral thing to do."

  • Trending

    Report: Prince was set to meet addiction doctor before death

    Prince's representatives called Dr. Howard Kornfeld on April 20, the day before the musician died, to seek emergency help, attorney William Mauzy told the Minneapolis Star Tribune (http://strib.mn/1q0bEM1 ).

  • Trending

    GOP ballot fate of Senate hopefuls Frazier, Blaha remains unclear amid legal quagmire

    Following the string of vague and contradictory announcements by both the court and the Secretary of State, the Blaha campaign — represented in court by Mike Francisco of MRD Law — issued a statement claiming that they will file another court motion asking Starrs to clarify her order. Frazier's campaign also indicated they would challenge the latest ruling if deemed insufficient still.


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  • State and Region

    Medical pot ad limits await governor’s pen in Colorado

    Sponsors call the expanded limit a commonsense safeguard to prevent underage pot consumption

  • State and Region

    Protesters vow to fight Colorado Springs sit-lie ban

    It prohibits sitting, kneeling, reclining or lying on sidewalks, curbs or alleys during certain times in parts of downtown and Old Colorado City

  • State and Region

    Colorado motorcycle deaths hit triple digits for 1st time

    The Colorado Department of Transportation says preliminary data shows 106 motorcyclists died last year. That's nearly 12 percent more than in 2014 and 20 percent more than in 2013.

  • State and Region

    APNewsBreak: Army says troops lost their way, went off cliff

    An Army vehicle took the wrong road in the dark and was making a U-turn when it tumbled 250 feet off a cliff at a Colorado training range last year, killing one soldier and injuring five, according to a newly released investigative report

  • State and Region

    CSU officials ask students to avoid annual ‘Undie Run’

    Scantily clad college students participate in the Undie Run in the name of charity, but administrators say the event is poorly organized and creates concerns about sexual harassment and public safety

  • State and Region

    Plenty of water still headed into Platte River

    Engineer Cory Steinke told the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District board members Monday in Holdrege that the water will come from the basin's rain runoff, nearly full Wyoming reservoirs upstream of Lake McConaughy (muh-KAHN'-uh-hay) on the North Platte River and deeper-than-average snowpacks in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming.

  • State and Region

    Man dies after canoe capsizes in Colorado lake

    Scott Pringle, spokesman for Loveland Fire Rescue Authority, told the Post that dive teams found the body. In a statement, the Larimer County Coroner's office identified the dead man as 21-year-old Justin Brien of Loveland and determined his death by drowning to have been an accident.




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World and Nation

  • Nation and World

    Government report: Crime dropped overall in nation’s schools

    "Bullying is down, crime is down, but it's not enough," she said. Even before the report was issued, Ken Trump of the National School Safety and Security Services cautioned about reading too much into federal statistics on school crime.

  • Nation and World

    Coalition vows to build up further against Islamic State

    "Our overall approach is to enable local forces to do the fighting ... but that doesn't mean we aren't going to do any fighting at all," Carter said. "We are putting these people are risk every day," including the aircrews who are flying strike missions daily over Iraq and Syria, "and, tragically, losses will occur," he added.

  • Nation and World

    Sept. 11 families seek answers in secret pages

    "To see us get to the bottom of the financial paper trail ... would give me tremendous satisfaction," Joann Masseroli says. "To me, those pages hold something that's going to be revealing."

  • Nation and World

    Girl’s abduction, death leave Navajo community heartbroken

    "He was so tired and just crying and crying for his sister. It was really hard for the FBI to get any information from him," said the children's aunt, Darrell Foster-Joe, as she recounted what the boy eventually told authorities.

  • Nation and World

    Obama honors Connecticut woman as Teacher of the Year

    "Being a teacher was the furthest thing from her mind," Obama said. "In fact, there were times where she didn't even want to be a student."

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Sports

  • Sports

    Broncos’ Siemian trusts he’ll get a shot at starting, too

    "Obviously, we think a lot of him," Kubiak said. "This is going to be a step for him. If a guy makes a big jump, he usually makes it from Year 1 to 2. ... So, it'll be up to him. We'll see. But I think our football team has a lot of confidence in him. I know I do."

  • Sports

    LEADING OFF: Trout shatters slump; King Felix aims for top

    Remember when Mike Trout opened the season with a 5-for-27 slump, hitting an un-MVP like .185? Well, the Los Angeles Angels slugger has been on a tear ever since, hitting .386 over his next 18 games. The Angels wrap up a three-game interleague series on Wednesday against the Milwaukee Brewers.

  • Sports

    Cavaliers not crying foul over LeBron’s lack of free throws

    "I dyed mine gray," Lue joked. "My Barack Obama look."

  • Sports

    Rookie goaltender Murray stealing the show for Penguins

    "I want to win," Murray said. "On a personal level, I think it really doesn't matter. Everything else is noise to me."

  • Sports

    Kemp, Wallace power Padres to 6-3 win over Rockies

    "I had felt good at the plate, but at the end of the day you want to have an impact on the game for the team," Wallace said. "Having the chance to drive in a couple of runs there and continue the rally. Matt started it with his swing and it was good to be able to continue it."

  • Sports

    US Bobsled team looking for athletes; 9 combines scheduled

    LAKE PLACID, N.Y. | USA Bobsled & Skeleton is looking for athletes and will be conducting combine events across the country. Assistant coach Mike Dionne says summer recruiting will focus on luring elite athletes who believe "they have what it takes to represent their country at the highest level, and have dreams of competing for Olympic medals."

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Colorado Table

  • Colorado Table

    Unique pastes style in Aurora born in the UK, raised in Mexico

    In a restaurant scene dominated by Mexican restaurants slinging delicious but typical fare such as burritos, tacos, tamales and enchiladas, Reyes’ three-year-old restaurant at Parker Road and South Peoria Street offers a change of pace

  • Colorado Table

    Lawmakers struggle to put a cork in grocery sales debate ahead of ballot

    “The bill is designed to transition us to a different system of retail liquor sales and not have it happen overnight,” he said. But time is tight for the legislation, which was just introduced last week. The legislative session is slated to end next week.

  • Colorado Table

    Fried Twinkies are so old hat. Try bourbon-fried pound cake

    An ample dose of butter to pan-fry our slices until nicely crisped and warmed doesn't hurt their flavor, either. Now all you have to do is serve — warm, please! — with fresh berries and whipped cream or ice cream. Take that, Twinkies.

  • Colorado Table

    Molson Coors profit nearly doubles on Vancouver brewery sale

    Molson Coors, based in Denver, sells Coors Light, Blue Moon and other beers in North and South America, Europe and Asia. In the U.S., it's a part owner of MillerCoors, a joint venture with fellow beer maker SAB Miller PLC.

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