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Mama and Geronimo have already been rescued and are in foster care. The ARCC and No Kill Colorado hope to help 98 more.
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Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
2 hrs ago | Denver Post
Joan Sikes pours a glass of red wine for a customer during a wine tasting at Evergreen Discount Liqours in Evergreen, Colorado on September 28, 2013.
4 hrs ago | Daily Camera
Reggie Bicha, Executive Director for the Colorado Department of Human Services during an interview with the Denver Post at his office in Denver, July 17, 2012.
5 hrs ago | Vision Monday
Reaching new peaks, Zeal Optics and Smith Optics have been named the official eyewear of two of Colorado's most renowned ski resorts.
7 hrs ago | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
A freshman at the University of Colorado is being accused of breaking into fellow student's dorm rooms and taking items including women's underwear, police said Tuesday.
9 hrs ago | KGWN
A Loveland doctor arrested after he recommended medical marijuana for an undercover officer says he did not get a fair trial.
9 hrs ago | High Times
Federal law enforcement funds DUI crackdowns across the nation between mid-August and Labor Day weekend.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Dec. 10, 2013 -- David Scott, CEO of Straw Fuels, talks about his company's straw-based, renewable fire log during a trade mission organized by the United Kingdom's Technology Strategy Board, which brought 16 UK cleantech start up companies to Colorado in early December 2013.
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk, who returned to Congress after suffering stroke last year, had his gallbladder removed Monday due to an unrelated medical issue.
Colorado's state-based insurance exchange Connect for Colorado announced on Monday that more than 5,000 new customers have purchased private insurance since November 30, increasing the state's total enrollment numbers in private plans by more than 50 percent.
Colorado Gives Day features a 24-hour period in which all Coloradans are encouraged to donate online to support their favorite causes.
Perhaps one of Santa's reindeer wanted to get a jump on delivering gifts to good little boys and girls in Colorado.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has received a $4.6 million National Emergency Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to launch a Flood Recovery Jobs Program.
The Colorado Supreme Court says a judge correctly tossed evidence against an Iraqi man accused of violating a woman in a sex assault case.
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Colorado is expected to be among the top five states for job growth in 2014, with a gain of 61,300 jobs in the goods-producing and services sectors, according to the annual University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business economic forecast, released Monday.
Students from southwestern Colorado high schools could soon have the option to enroll in early admission classes at San Juan College.