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  • A stuffed owl
    Defendant presents a stuffed owl as his attorney
    An Aspen man went to court this week for a hearing on a violation of a protection order on May 19. He also had himself a wise attorney for his defense. Nothing out of the ordinary about that--usually. However, in this case the defense attorney was...
  • University of Denver
    University of Denver creates Professor of Marijuana position
    The marijuana industry is creating jobs in places where it has been decriminalized by the thousand. In fact, it’s the fastest growing industry in the nation currently. While it may be easy to assume that most of the jobs are in obvious areas...
  • National rainfall forecast (May 18-25, 2015)
    When it rains it pours and Texas and Oklahoma are set to prove it
    A year ago, large parts of Texas and Oklahoma were in some stage of severe, extreme or exceptional drought. These are the drought classes of D2, D3 and D4 respectively. Even two weeks ago, the two states reported significant drought conditions ...
  • The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Z71
    The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado may just be the perfect size for what you need
    Up until recently, the mid size pickup truck market had faded out of sight during the last decade. Once dominated by products like the Ford Ranger and Dodge Dakota, manufacturers canceled each one when sales started to shift to larger truck...
  • kayak slalom
    Colorado's whitewater festivals scheduled to blanket state and calendar in 2015
    With the many river and whitewater festivals scheduled across Colorado this year, it isn't too early to start planning your visit. Each festival brings different river events, live music, beer, and food. River festivals and competitions have a...
  • An IUD
    Colo lawmakers aim to increase teen pregnancy, abortions, because sex is bad
    What do you do if your state has the most successful teen pregnancy prevention program in the nation that had seen an astonishing drop in teen births by nearly 40 percent over a four year span? If you are a Colorado lawmaker, you strip nearly five...
  • colwhtappdy
    Latino-owned restaurant hosts 'White Appreciation Day'
    UPDATE: According to KUSA at 7:35 pm on May 8, 2015, the restaurant owners accused of racism for observing "White Appreciation Day" have seen their eatery "evacuated Friday due to a bomb threat. The Hispanic owner of Rubbin'...
  • The Elders
    The Elders in Colorado this weekend
    Perennially popular Irish band The Elders will play three dates in Colorado this weekend. The Elders come to Colorado about once a year, often at the Colorado Irish Festival, but also for free-standing concerts such as these. They are an upbeat,...
  • Denver's Union Station
    Now arriving at Denver's Union Station
    By David Stewart WhiteAmerican train stations have seen better times. The saga of America's once-busy-then-abandoned rail stations is a familiar one, but Denver's Union Station has a happy ending.The main hall of the historic structure was...
  • 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...
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