State

Colorado produce highlighted at luncheon

Gov. John Hickenlooper and Secretary John Salazar will be dining on roasted beets, Colorado lamb and a dessert of smoked peaches.

More Colorado pot seized in the mail, report says

“We’re supposed to eliminate the black market, but we’ve become the black market for so many states,” Gorman said.

VA says no proof delays in care caused vets to die

VA says no proof delays in care caused vets to die

“We sincerely apologize to all veterans and we will continue to listen to veterans, their families, veterans service organizations and our VA employees to improve access to the care and benefits veterans earned an deserve,” said McDonald’s memo, which was also signed by Carolyn Clancy, VA undersecretary for health.

Suicide suspected in Loveland train death

The BNSF train hit the boy just before 11 p.m. Friday.

Funeral for Marine who wanted to surprise brother

He died in a rollover crash in central Utah on Aug. 15 while traveling from California to Fort Collins.

2 on leave after Grand Junction police shooting

She says a gun was found in his car.

Over 4K Fort Carson postcards sent to Pentagon

The alliance’s chief of defense industries, Andy Merritt, told The Gazette (http://bit.ly/1lbC9uM) that the public support for Fort Carson could give it an edge over other posts “if we get down to those tie-breaking factors.”

Colorado hunters asked to look for missing hiker

Sherri Ahlbrandt of Littleton was reported missing Aug. 13 in the Oh Be Joyful and Daisy Pass area of the Gunnison National Forest after she failed to return to her campsite.

Hickenlooper opens door to clemency in Dunlap case 

Hickenlooper opens door to clemency in Dunlap case 

Should he lose, Hickenlooper said, “there are obviously remedies that the governor can do, you know. I could give it a full clemency between election day and the end of the year, I could . there are a number of different opportunities to make sure that doesn’t happen.”

Colorado’s anti-pot ‘lab rat’ campaign hits snag 

“We had concerns about the use of human-scale rat cages being an effective tool for getting 12-to-15-year-olds to understand the risks involved with their developing brains,” school district spokesman Briggs Gamblin said.