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Colorado aid groups cancel trips to African nations where Ebola rages  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 02:51:10 MDT
The rapidly spreading West African Ebola outbreak is sending shudders through Colorado's missionary and health care organizations accustomed to fighting deadly disease under primitive conditions. 
Interim Denver Sheriff Elias Diggins takes the lead of the suffering department  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:58:47 MDT
Years ago, Elias Diggins set a goal to one day be Denver's sheriff. Today, Diggins wears the badge as interim sheriff, but he's no longer sure he wants the job. 
Udall calls for resignation of CIA director in Senate spying scandal  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:57:39 MDT
In a major shot to the administration, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall on Thursday demanded the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan in response to a new watchdog report that concluded that CIA officers improperly accessed computer files and records used by the Senate Intelligence Committee. 
Wild horse deaths at Mesa Verde highlight problem at national park  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:57:18 MDT
The deaths of six wild horses in Mesa Verde National Park this spring and summer have sparked protests and refocused attention on a problem with "trespass livestock" in this southwest a problem with "trespass livestock" in this southwest Colorado park. 
Political Americana exhibit comes to Denver for first time  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:57:00 MDT
Political junkies and history buffs are descending on Denver to scoop up rare and collectible Americana from a period spanning more than 200 years. 
Fired Denver deputy appeals his dismissal for punching inmate, lying  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:56:13 MDT
A former Denver Sheriff's deputy fired in April for punching and slamming a jail inmate and then lying about the 2012 incident testified Thursday that he was defending himself at the time. 
Suspect in federal medical marijuana Denver raids gets later curfew  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:55:40 MDT
A man charged in connection with the largest-ever federal raids on the Colorado medical-marijuana industry will get to stay out a little later after a judge on Thursday extended his curfew. 
Colorado's marijuana edible manufacturers face tougher rules  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:55:22 MDT
Colorado's recreational marijuana edible manufacturers face tougher rules on potency, serving size and packaging of their products under stopgap rules expected to be adopted by state regulators Thursday. 
Tax fraud convict sentenced to one year of weekend, holiday prison visits  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:54:53 MDT
A federal judge sentenced a Thornton man to one year of weekend and holiday prison stays after he admitted systematically filing fraudulent tax returns. 
2-month-old child in Denver abuse case dies; mother in custody  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:54:27 MDT
A 2-month-old victim of suspected child abuse last weekend died Thursday, Denver police announced. The mother, 21-year-old Kelsy Newell-Skinner, was arrested on Monday and remains in custody. 
Aurora receives several dozen applications for new pot businesses  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:54:13 MDT
The city of Aurora has received 40 to 50 applications from people interested in opening recreational marijuana businesses in the city. 
Adams 12 school board election ruling to be appealed by Figueroa  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:53:36 MDT
Incumbent Adams 12 Five Star school board member Rico Figueroa and his supporters decided to file an appeal disputing a ruling that claimed November's election had no winner. 
2 Delta men face felony gun violation  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:53:18 MDT
Federal, state and local law enforcement agents arrested two Delta men Thursday morning on suspicion of felony gun violations linked to poaching on the Western Slope. 
Denver's August weather may look a lot like July's  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:52:24 MDT
Little change in the weather is expected in August compared with July, but it may not be quite as hot. 
Champion goat missing during Weld County Fair  Fri, 1 Aug 2014 01:48:14 MDT
Who's got the goat? No one knows.The grand champion goat from the Weld County Fair was reported missing Monday morning, along with one of his two halters. 
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