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Longmont fire fighters battle blaze near 1st and Martin  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 22:42:10 MDT
Fire consumed a pile of railroad ties east of Longmont's wastewater treatment plant Wednesday night, melting power lines and producing thick black smoke that could be seen from Firestone. 
State attorneys general take up fossil fuels boom as IPCC and feds lean green  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 21:39:16 MDT
Days after the U.N.-backed climate change panel of scientists urged a radical shift toward wind and solar energy to slow accelerating greenhouse-gas pollution, U.S. state attorney generals on Wednesday focused on ramped-up production of fossil fuels. 
I-70 reopened near E-470 after to hazmat situation  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 20:40:37 MDT
Eastbound Interstate 70 was closed near E-470 for hours after a tanker truck is leaked hazardous materials late Wednesday afternoon, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. 
VIP Cannabis says it is no longer selling medical marijuana  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 19:25:53 MDT
The manager of VIP Cannabis, the target of a November federal drug raid, said Wednesday the dispensary is no longer selling medical marijuana, putting it in compliance with a state order. 
Abortion rights bill spiked by Senate Democrats, avoiding debate  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 19:23:38 MDT
Rather than battle Republicans over a proposal they stressed would help protect reproductive rights, Senate Democrats on Wednesday spiked the legislation — a move that drew applause from some religious groups packed into the chamber's gallery who strongly opposed it. 
Recordings capture police response to woman killed while on 911 call  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 19:13:34 MDT
A police dispatcher's first call to officers directing them to a report of domestic violence at an Observatory Park home sounded like so many that police often receive. 
Boulder's Kettle and Stone Brewing to change name to avoid trademark fight  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 19:00:31 MDT
Eric Huber's dream was to make a beer with high-quality ingredients and no artificial additives or enzymes. 
The great legislative debate: Peaches vs. Cantaloupes  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 18:50:09 MDT
State Representative Angela Williams thought she'd found a perfect way to engage young citizens while exposing them to the legislative process — having them create and run a bill. 
DPS administrator finalist to lead Oakland district  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 18:13:34 MDT
Denver Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Antwan Wilson could soon become the leader of a school district in Oakland. 
CDOT remembers fallen road construction workers  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 18:07:58 MDT
Flags flew at half-staff above the Colorado Department of Transportation headquarters Wednesday. Beneath those flags, lowered to honor CDOT employees who have died in the line of duty, more than 100 people gathered for the agency's annual Remembrance Day. 
Denver cop issued summons for soliciting a Lakewood prostitute  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:54:58 MDT
A longtime Denver police detective was issued a summons Wednesday for allegedly using the services of a prostitute in Lakewood last week. 
Denver weather: Chance of rain Wednesday afternoon  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:50:34 MDT
A chance for rain returns to the Denver weather forecast on Wednesday.The National Weather Service said there's a 20 percent chance of precipitation after midday in Denver. 
Bill to prohibit jail time for not paying court fines moves forward  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:17:21 MDT
A bill to stop municipal judges from jailing people who can't pay fines sailed through a Senate committee hearing Wednesday. 
Action Center breaks ground on $4.2 million expansion project in Lakewood  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:10:28 MDT
The Action Center in Lakewood broke ground April 15 on a $4.2 million Program Services Building. The Action Center offers a wide range of human services for approximately 30,000 clients a year. 
Colorado's gay marriage ban could hinge on appeals court ruling  Wed, 16 Apr 2014 16:49:48 MDT
A 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision on gay marriage bans in two states could allow Colorado same-sex couples to hold nuptials before the end of summer, some experts say.