Breaking News: Monday, December 5, 2016

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School superintendent charged with sex assault of child

By The AP

DENVER — A superintendent of a school district in Lincoln County has been charged with sexually assaulting a child. The 36-year-old man faces seven counts for a pattern of sex assault on a child by a person in position of trust. He was arraigned in court last week and released from jail after posting $100,000 bond. Details about the victim and the suspect’s status with the Korval School District have not yet been released. He’s scheduled for another court appearance ...


Police in Westminster report pedestrian killed by car

By The AP

WESTMINSTER — A 16-year-old boy is dead after being hit by a car in Westminster. Police say the boy died Saturday after a car traveling northbound on Federal Boulevard hit him as he was standing on the northeast median at 112th Avenue. The boy was killed instantly. The driver remained on the scene and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Police say the boy’s identity will be released later by the Adams County Coroner’s office. This case remains under ...


Durango grants license to marijuana testing facility

By The AP

DURANGO — A marijuana testing company is preparing to open its doors next month in Durango after receiving a license from the city last week. The Durango Herald reports Green Lab Solutions owner Steve Ottersberg says his company is one of 15 certified laboratories statewide that will oversee the testing results for hundreds of grow facilities. The labs test for marijuana potency as well as mold and bacteria. Ottersberg says medical marijuana growers have until April 1 to come into ...


Jury selection begins in high-profile Saints star’s death

By The AP

NEW ORLEANS — One car rear-ends another on a Saturday night. People argue. It escalates. Ten or so gunshots later, one driver is dead and the other waits nervously to give his side of the story to police. Conflicts settled by gunfire are tragically common in New Orleans, but there was nothing routine about this one: The dead man was retired football player Will Smith, a star on the 2006 Saints team who helped lift the stricken city’s spirits with a winning season after ...


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