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  • State and Region

    Victims in Planned Parenthood attack say it was preventable

    "They were on notice. They should have had appropriate security in place, and they just didn't have any," McCormick said.

  • State and Region

    At least 2 tornadoes touch down Tuesday in eastern Colorado

    DENVER | At least two tornadoes touched down in eastern Colorado, but no injuries or damage was reported. National Weather Service forecasters say a tornado touched down south of the small town of Akron on Tuesday evening and dropped hail the…

  • State and Region

    Ex-Craig doctor heads to prison for unlawful prescriptions

    Miller had initially faced 20 years to life in prison but was acquitted of the most serious charge against him, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance resulting in a death, earlier this month. A federal judge had granted the defense's motion for acquittal because of a missing word in a charging document.

  • State and Region

    Court says Mesa County school board member can remain

    Paul Pitton was elected to the District 51 board last fall after being certified to run as a candidate in a district that he didn't live in at the time, an issue that came up during the campaign.

  • State and Region

    Man pleads guilty in crash that killed 18-year-old student

    DENVER |  A 37-year-old man has pleaded guilty in a DUI crash last year that caused the death of a University of Colorado student. Justin Scott Goshorn entered guilty pleas Monday to several charges related to the November crash, including vehicular…

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Colorado Table

  • Colorado Table

    Vegetable gardens can be pretty as well as functional

    Considering the superior flavor of fresh-picked vegetables and the choices you get when you grow your own, it’s a wonder that more people don’t have vegetable gardens. Even a local farm or farmers market can’t offer vegetables as fresh as…

  • Colorado Table

    Kneaders Bakery and Cafe opens second location in Aurora

    10 percent of this opening weekend's sales will be donated to Cherokee Trail High School. Beyond that, the Serenity Ridge Kneaders plans to donate day-old bread to southeast Denver's SECOR food bank.

  • Colorado Table

    BREW NEWS: Dry Dock grabs some hardware, ‘sour’ weekend ahead

    “Sharing a stage with so many amazing Pilsner brewers that I infinitely admire is such an incredible feeling and is a great testament to the hard work of our whole team,” he said.

  • Colorado Table

    A summer spin on the grilled cheese sandwich

    This is the sandwich that triumphed: A marriage of a summer BLT and an actually grilled-grilled-cheese sandwich. The buttery crunch of the bread, the juicy tomatoes, the melty cheese, the crisp bacon and lettuce — these two sandwiches were meant to find each other and become one.

  • Colorado Table

    Mushroom hunting heating up in wake of Northwest wildfires

    "It's going to be a good season for finding morel mushrooms, there's no doubt about that," said Brian Harris, spokesman for the Payette National Forest in Idaho.

Aurora Magazine

  • Aurora Magazine

    EXIT STRATEGY: A State Set in Stoned: Colorado’s Mellow View on Legal Marijuana

    Despite the fact that the number of states that have gone to the dark side is three and counting, and that Colorado is into year three of the greatest experiment ever — like, ever, dude — the interest in Colorado outside of Colorado is still keen

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Wildlife Experienced?

    CU South Denver’s Wildlife Experience in Parker is a hodgepodge of much of what makes Colorado so cool. It’s part museum, part art gallery, part movie theater, and almost all of it celebrates the state’s outdoors and the wildlife that live there.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Beer and a Ride on the FoCo Magic Bus

    Anyone serious about their brews has already canvassed the best that FoCo has to offer, but the Magic Bus in Fort Collins is a solid way to steer your out-of-stater inebriation tourists away from the pot shops for most of a day and appreciate the fact that before this became the marijuana capital of America, Colorado kicked the rest of the country’s keister in filling bottles, cans, kegs and barrels with the sudsy stuff.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Riding Shotgun at the Movies

    But the newest auto-centric cinematic experience Denver has to offer is the Denver Mart Drive-In, set to launch its second season on Memorial Day weekend with gates opening at 7 p.m. for shows Fridays through Sundays.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Stress Re-Leaf at Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse

    Nestled against the Rocky Mountain Foothills in Boulder Colorado alongside Boulder, this visual work of art is considered one of Boulder’s most attractive and popular tourist attractions, as well as being a local favorite for great food, tea and atmosphere.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: 68th Annual Burro Days

    So head to that always-under-appreciated spot on the windy mountain plains: Fairplay. And get your butt there on the last weekend in July, when Burro Days descends on the tiny town in Park County.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: It’s Still a Kick: Aurora Rodeo at Coal Creek

    The 10-acre rodeo arena is the gateway to the Sand Creek Regional Greenway, one of the best trails for equestrians in the metro area. It’s also a neighbor to Kenlyn Arabian Stables, where out-of-state riders can lodge their horses while visiting the state.


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