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Colorado theater’s security questioned in civil lawsuit

By The AP

Nine months after the Colorado theater shooter was sentenced to life in prison, some victims are returning to the same courtroom in hopes of holding the suburban Denver movie theater accountable for not doing more to prevent his bloody ...


Spring snowstorm lingers in Colorado, avalanches possible

By The AP

A snowstorm parked over central Colorado that brought heavy snow to parts of the state and Wyoming and rain to Oklahoma and Texas is dumping more snow in the Rocky Mountains. Forecasters say the ongoing storm will linger Sunday as the center ...


District considers four-day school week to recruit teachers

By The AP

CANON CITY — The Florence-Penrose School District is considering changing to a four-day school week, hoping it will help recruit and retain teachers. However, some parents are worried how to find child care on Fridays if the school ...


Man dies in Telluride ski crash, second Colorado skiing death in 10 days

By The AP

TELLURIDE — A 69-year-old man from South Carolina died Saturday after he crashed into trees while skiing in Telluride, the second skiing fatality in the resort town in 10 days, the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office said. George ...


Black bear study shows eating human food helps, hurts

By The AP

DURANGO — Black bears that eat human foods from trash cans have higher reproductive rates than those living on natural foods, according to a study by Colorado researchers. The study by researchers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife also ...


Rural broadband co-ops form to provide internet to underserved areas

By The AP

DENVER — When sisters Caroline Clark and Dianne Rissman set up their quilt shop in the house on their family farm in Iowa 2004, vendors they would call about fabric or thread would helpfully tell them it would be easier to order on ...


Colorado hospital drug theft stirs patient tests for HIV, hepatitis

By The AP

A Phoenix hospital is offering free hepatitis and HIV testing to patients after discovering a former employee is accused of stealing pain medication at a Colorado facility. HonorHealth officials said in a statement that the former surgical ...


Aspen wants construction to tone it down

By The AP

The Aspen City Council has approved a new law that will require construction contractors to keep the noise down in the summertime as part of an effort to get people to spend more time outdoors in warmer months. The measure could require ...


Colorado, Utah among fastest-growing states

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah was among the fastest-growing states in the country this year, thanks primarily to its high birth rate, according to data released by the U.S. Census. The state’s population was 2.96 million people at the ...


Colorado’s marijuana banking tests federal rules

By The AP

DENVER — A marijuana banking case set for arguments Monday is testing the federal government’s stated goal of addressing the cash-only nature of the quasi-legal pot industry. But should pot sellers be able to use the ...


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