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Bennet among 8 senators voting no on cliff deal

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s congressional delegation split on the compromise to break the fiscal cliff largely along party lines. However, Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet was among just eight senators — and three Democrats — ...

Colo theater shooting lawyers head back to court

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prosecutors and defense lawyers in the Colorado theater shooting are heading back to court in advance of a crucial hearing in the case. The judge has told both sides to appear in court Wednesday to make sure everything is ...

Broncos tickets go on sale to Rocky Mountain fans

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Broncos are trying to give fans in Colorado and surrounding states first crack at playoff tickets. The tickets go on sale Monday at noon through Ticketmaster. The team says tickets will only be available to people ...

Ski patroller dies after avalanche at Snowmass

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Investigators are headed to the site of Colorado’s first avalanche death this season. A member of Aspen Skiing Company’s off-duty ski patrol died Sunday after an avalanche in a permanently closed area at ...

Death Notices, Nov. 20, 2012

By Staff

■ Barry L. Evans, 59, Grand Junction, died Nov. 17, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. No formal services will take place. Survivors include his wife, Shirley J.; one son, Morgan of Grand Junction; and two daughters, Lindy and Sharon, both ...

Massage message, don’t abandon core beliefs, GOP leaders say

By Charles Ashby

While the Republican Party is talking about whether it should retool itself in the face of several losses after this month’s elections, don’t expect the Grand Old Party to turn its back on its core beliefs, state GOP leaders ...

James Holmes

12 killed, 59 wounded in Colorado theater shooting

By The Associated Press

AURORA — As the new Batman movie played on the screen, a gunman dressed in black and wearing a helmet, body armor and a gas mask stepped through a side door. At first he was just a silhouette, taken by some in the audience for a stunt ...

Vatican searches for clues in unsolved mystery

By The Associated Press

ROME — Forensic police swarmed the crypt of a Roman basilica on Monday to exhume the body of a reputed mobster as part of an investigation into one of the Vatican’s most enduring mysteries: the 1983 disappearance of the teenage ...

Oil shale cut from transportation bill

By Dennis Webb

Two Republican congressmen from Colorado indicated Wednesday their party’s legislative attempts to foster more energy development, including of oil shale, appear doomed following U.S. Senate action this week. The Senate approved a ...

Authorities link resurgence of heroin in Grand Valley to prescription drug abuse

By Paul Shockley

Heroin’s foothold in western Colorado for years was isolated to the mountains, chiefly Pitkin County and Aspen, according to the Grand Junction head of the Drug Enforcement Administration. That high has come down to the valleys, ...

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