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D51 summer food truck will extend service

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The Lunch Lizard, the School District food truck that supplied summer meals free of charge to children in a pilot program scheduled to run from June 1 through today, will continue to provide lunches through July 16. The lunch truck’s ...

UPDATE: Motorcyclist dies in Pikes Peak race practice

By The AP

UPDATE: COLORADO SPRINGS — A motorcyclist has died after going over a cliff during practice for the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on Thursday. He was identified by family and race officials as 39-year-old Carl ...

Email letters, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Sutton photos show an interesting story I loved the photos of the Sutton men in your June 25 “You Saw It” section. There must be an interesting story there. Please assign one of your writers to interview Sutton about himself and ...

Tipton says legislation needed to address ACA

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today doesn’t fix the Affordable Care Act’s flaws. The ruling ” does not change the fact that Obamacare has failed to meet the basic but critical ...

Olathe’s ex-chief indicted over ammo purchases

By The AP

OLATHE — Olathe’s former police chief has been arrested based on accusations he used the town’s tax exempt status to buy large quantities of ammunition and provide it to other people. Ric Hawk served as Olathe police chief ...

Senators split on ACA ruling

By Gary Harmon

Colorado’s senators took opposing tacks on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today that left intact subsidies in states with federal health-insurance exchanges. U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat, welcomed the 6-3 ruling and Cory ...

Possible tornado investigated in Aurora during storm

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service is investigating whether a tornado or strong winds caused serious damage to a home in Aurora after a powerful storm moved through the Denver area at the height of rush hour Wednesday ...

Defense to begin case in Colorado theater shooting trial

By The AP

DENVER — Attorneys for Colorado theater shooter James Holmes begin presenting their case Thursday by trying to show he was legally insane when he opened fire on a packed movie premiere, killing 12 people and wounding 70. Defense ...

Colorado on pace for record number of ‘rabbit fever’ cases

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado health officials have recorded 11 human cases of tularemia, or “rabbit fever,” since May, putting the state on pace for one of the most widespread years for the disease in years. The Denver Post reports ...

Environmental group files suit to halt Colorado ski resort

By The AP

DURANGO — Environmental groups trying to halt a proposed development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area have filed a federal lawsuit to halt the land swap that would allow construction. The Durango Herald reports that a coalition of ...

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