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Education, prison cuts expected to help budget gap

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republicans and Democrats say they will all have to give up some of their cherished programs as the state struggles to cut $1.1 billion next year. Democrats say public education will be a target again next year after ...


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By Staff

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Melinda Mawdsley tours a local haunted house.  ...


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Cops: Mother implicated in son’s alleged sex assaults

By Paul Shockley

A young boy awaiting sentencing in a child-sex assault case is accused of sexually assaulting yet another child, despite a court order barring the boy from unsupervised contact with children under 18, according to the Mesa County ...


Coroner says Springs mom committed suicide

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities in Colorado Springs say a woman found dead along with her 13-year-old twins killed herself. The El Paso County coroner also said today that the twins — Chase and Olivia Ogden — were killed but ...


Woman faces criminal charges in Colo. art attack

By The AP

LOVELAND — A woman accused of destroying a controversial artwork in Loveland is due to make her first court appearance. Witnesses told police that 56-year-old Kathleen Folden of Kalispell, Mont. used a crowbar Wednesday to smash a ...


College tuition hikes up to 25 percent proposed

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado college and university students could face tuition hikes from 9.5 percent at the University of Colorado to 25 percent at Adams State College if state funding continues to plummet. Responding to a Colorado Open Records ...


Colo. GOP gubernatorial hopeful not budging

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Dan Maes and third-party candidate Tom Tancredo are both staying in the governor’s race after meeting to discuss their intentions. Maes’ spokesman Nate Strauch says the two met Tuesday at Tancredo’s ...


Bennet, Buck face off in 3rd debate

By The AP

PUEBLO — Colorado’s Senate candidates are facing off as both face questions about previous jobs. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet meets Republican Ken Buck today in Pueblo for their third debate. The meeting comes as political ...


Mining company behind on taxes

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Bowie Resources Mine, which closed temporarily Friday, has missed both property-tax payments to Delta County, in which it is the largest taxpayer. Officials with the company are searching for additional funding, Delta County Treasurer Jim ...


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