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  • OdellBrewing
    Colorado, where the beer flows like wine
    Dumb & Dumber hit it right on the nose when Jim Carrey exclaimed of finding a place “where the beer flows like wine.” While he may have been referencing the bougieness of Aspen, today, that quote can be applied to just about all of...
  • Beaches at Cancun
    Trek in Patagonia, getaway in Glenwood Springs, sun in Riviera Maya
    This week’s deals include adventure in Patagonia, a hotel deal in Glenwood Springs, and a getaway to the Riviera Maya.Trek in Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia for 11 days, starting at $2,744 per person for the land-only package...
  •  Colorado plague traced to pitbull
    Colorado plague traced to pitbull
    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has traced an unexpected outbreak of the plague last summer to a 2-year old pitbull after a man who had come in contact with the canine had checked into a local hospital with what was...
  • Lunch at school
    School lunches: Should the school interfere with brown bag lunches?
    What’s in your child’s school lunch today?It seems school lunches have become a topic of concern in most school lunch programs, especially with First Lady Michelle Obama’s interest in making school lunches a top priority. The U.S...
  • Trial day 1
    Opening statements of the Aurora Shooting Trial: An in depth look
    The first day of the Aurora shooting trial began April 27, and it set the tone for the rest of the trial. Each side—the defense and the prosecution—had the opportunity to give opening statements for two hours to explain each side of...
  • Homeless man holds a mug
    Colorado House committee defeats homeless 'right to rest' bill
    A bill to outline homeless rights failed in committee at the Colorado House on April 27, with bipartisan opposition defeating the bill. If it had passed, it would have provided protections for homeless people in the state to be allowed to rest in...
  • Woman locked in car trunk calls cops: 911 call pleading for help to get her out after abducted
    Woman locked in car trunk calls cops: 911 plea from carjacked woman in trunk
    A woman called the cops from the trunk of her car, making this 911 call after she was abducted by a stranger who locked her in the trunk of her own car at gunpoint. The woman said to the 911 dispatcher that she did not know where she is, her...
  • James Holmes
    Aurora Theater shooting trial begins Monday
    Opening statements begin Monday at noon for the trial against gunman James Holmes,who open fired on a packed Aurora movie theater in July 2012. The trial, which is predicted to take months, is taking place at Arapahoe County Justice Center in...
  • Gordon Klingenschmitt
    Controversial Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt to run for Senate seat
    Controversial Colorado Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt has higher political aspirations than his current office as representative of the 15th District. He won the Colorado Springs seat with over 70 percent of the vote, despite his views being...
  • The Chimpz: Rockers set to begin nationwide tour
    The Chimpz: Rockers set to begin nationwide tour
    Bust out the bananas and get ready for a good time because The Chimpz are headed your way! The simian rockers are about to launch a tour that begins Apr. 24 and runs through May 30 and a couple of those dates will see the party-hearty band sharing...
  • Marijuana job fair
    Colorado lawmakers attempt to keep tax refunds from marijuana sales
    The legalization of marijuana has been a major boon to the economy of Colorado. So much so, in fact, that the state collected enough money that it owes citizens $58 million in tax refunds, according to an April 22 report from the Denver Post.The...
  • Colorader Skier Enjoys Spring Powder
    Late Spring storm revives 2014/15 ski season
    A cut-off low pressure storm returned the Rocky Mountains to winter this past week. Skiers and snowboarders flocked to the the ski areas that were still open and to their local backcountry slopes to enjoy the ridiculous amounts of snow that fell....
  • Marijuana
    New marijuana numbers: America wants it legalized
    In an article released on CNN today, new numbers surfaced showing that now, for the first time; the majority of America is for the legalization of marijuana. In an op-ed by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, an American neurosurgeon and chief medical correspondent...
  • Severe weather outlook (Apr. 17, 2015)
    Colorado snow; Deep South rain; Plains storminess; and Northern Tier chill
    The active weather pattern advertised in recent days is becoming fact. Significant snow has fallen across parts of the intermountain west, including up to a foot in parts of Utah. These are some of the recent reports through early Thursday along...
  • Governor Chris Christie
    Governor Chris Christie says he would not allow marijuana if elected president
    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has made it clear once more that he believes the government should control the marijuana trade. On Hugh Hewitt’s radio show on Tuesday he said that he would “crack down and not permit it” if he...
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