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Longmont appealing ruling against fracking ban

“There’s a need for clarity on the issue. That’s why I am supporting this, and that’s why I believe we should go all the way (to the Colorado Supreme Court),” Councilwoman Bonnie Finley said.

Training drill at Denver airport includes smoke

Officials are warning that Wednesday’s drill will include smoke.

Boehner coming to Denver to campaign for Coffman

AURORA | House Speaker John Boehner will be in Denver next week campaigning for Aurora’s 6th Congressional District incumbent Mike Coffman.   “The Boehner event is closed to the press, just as Nancy Pelosi’s event for Romanoff was last weekend,” said …

Aurora driving instructor sentenced to year in prison

AURORA | An Aurora driving instructor was sentenced to more than a year in prison Wednesday for administering bogus driving tests and cheating on his taxes, federal prosecutors said. Stuart Bryan King, 54, of Centennial, was sentenced 15 months in federal …

Quake is major test for hard-luck California city

Quake is major test for hard-luck California city

“This city has been through an awful lot,” Keen said, including budget cuts that leave it operating at about 50 percent of normal city staffing. But, he said, “we’d never really worked together as a team” in an emergency before Sunday’s quake.

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.

2 men struck by lightning expected to recover 

DENVER |  Two men struck by lightning after seeking shelter in a Tuesday thunderstorm under a tree at Colorado Heights University are expected to recover. Police say the men were sitting under the tree at the border of the campus to …

Denver police testing use of body cameras 

DENVER | Some Denver police officers are using body cameras on patrol as part of a study of their effectiveness. Officers assigned to the downtown area began wearing the cameras in June for the six-month study being conducted by Taser International and …

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.