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- Man arrested in carjackings, chase has a lengthy criminal record Wed, 12 Mar 2014 14:05:58 MDT
- Police on Wednesday arrested a man accused of stealing a vehicle out of Longmont, then carjacking two other vehicles during a wild, rush-hour chase through the metro area.
- Police: Md. mall shooter fascinated by Columbine Wed, 12 Mar 2014 13:57:01 MDT
- MARRIOTTSVILLE, Md.—The gunman who killed two people at a Maryland mall appeared obsessed with mass murder and was fascinated by the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, dressing like one of the shooters and timing his attack so that it occurred about the same time as the Colorado massacre, police said Wednesday.
- Denver making changes to new Northfield high school after budget woes Wed, 12 Mar 2014 13:51:40 MDT
- A new high school planned for Northfield is $10 million over budget, causing Denver Public Schools to modify the design two months prior to breaking ground.
- Coroner: Climber found unresponsive at Boulder Rock Club died from blunt trauma Wed, 12 Mar 2014 13:11:23 MDT
- The Boulder County Coroner's Office today reported that Mark Hesse, a climber who died in January in an apparent fall at the Boulder Rock Club, died from blunt trauma to the chest and ruled the death an accident.
- Niwot's Bootstrap Brewing enters into agreement with Sanitas Brewing Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:36:54 MDT
- In an effort to increase production and shore up more beer, Niwot's Bootstrap Brewing Co. inked an agreement to rent time on the brewing equipment of Boulder-based Sanitas Brewing Co., officials announced Wednesday.
- Citing U.S. Constitution, El Paso County commissioners OK guns in parks Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:28:01 MDT
- Gun owners now will be able to openly carry firearms in El Paso County parks.The Board of County Commissioners unanimously passed parks rule changes Tuesday during its regular meeting that
- In Colorado, lawmakers explore ban on cell phones when driving Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:18:26 MDT
- The greeting on Shelley Forney's cellphone carries a personal meaning for the Fort Collins mom: "I am either driving or unavailable, please have a blessed day.
- Craftwood Inn in Manitou Springs closes its doors Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:00:58 MDT
- The Craftwood Inn has fallen victim to the ravages of recent fires and floods in Manitou Springs. Owner Dave Symonds closed the restaurant on Sunday.
- "Eating Dangerously:" After deadly food outbreaks, here's what you should know about safety Wed, 12 Mar 2014 10:16:31 MDT
- Dying from a cantaloupe shouldn't have to rank high on a person's list of fears. Nor should people have to worry that a spinach salad, peanut butter or even an undercooked fast-food cheeseburger might kill them.
- Daily Digest: Man leads police on bizarre chase across Denver metro area, plus 9 stories Wed, 12 Mar 2014 10:10:56 MDT
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- New general manager takes helm of Trident cafe, part of 'old Boulder' Wed, 12 Mar 2014 09:55:27 MDT
- For days, customers have been drifting from The Trident Booksellers and Cafe on West Pearl Street into the Classic Facets jewelry store next door. Jewelry store owner Mikki Rainey, who gets her morning coffee at the Trident every day, said she's become a "Trident therapist." "They come in and they cry and they talk, and then I say, 'Look, things change. We have to accept change in life,'" Rainey said.
- Broomfield to hire outside elections consultant ahead of June primary Wed, 12 Mar 2014 09:13:36 MDT
- Broomfield is in the process of finding an independent consultant to assess its elections practices as it prepares for the June 24 primary election.
City Council's study session on Tuesday focused on several facets of ongoing election activities in the aftermath of the controversial Nov. 5 election, but the main topic was how to carry out an independent elections assessment. The assessment, which will be done by an outside consultant, is meant to reveal problems and offer solutions to some of the issues that stoked controversy over the November election.
- "Tow plow" does double duty Wed, 12 Mar 2014 07:09:34 MDT
- Relatively new plow technology, usually based in the Eastern Plains region, was used to clear Interstate 70 in the mountains Tuesday.
- Supreme Court ruling could threaten rails-to-trails plans in Colorado Wed, 12 Mar 2014 06:55:27 MDT
- A U.S. Supreme Court ruling could threaten plans to turn abandoned railroad beds into public bike paths or hiking trails in Colorado, a state official said Tuesday.
- Denver weather: Sunny skies return to the forecast Wed, 12 Mar 2014 06:13:00 MDT
- After a brief snow storm rolled through Denver on Tuesday, clear skies are in store Wednesday as temperatures return near the seasonal average.