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3 min ago | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs
The newly-formed, bi-partisan Benghazi Committee will hold its first hearing Wednesday to try and figure out what led to the attacks in 2012. Two men from Southern Colorado, who were there the night of the attacks, want to be invited to share their accounts.
1 hr ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
The State of Colorado has awarded the organization with $4,000,000 in Disaster Recovery funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to construct 35 new homes in partnership with flood survivors over the next 12 months.
5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The 2014 mid-term election is shaping up to be a nail biter. After making few gains in 2012, Republicans are set to take over the Senate, keep control of the House, and perhaps make gains in individual state governments, such as Colorado, which is controlled by Democrats.
8 hrs ago | Business Journal
Jake Williams is the executive director of Healthier Colorado, a group that launched on Sept. 15, 2014, to advocate for health-care policy changes on the state and local level.
10 hrs ago | LongmontFYI
A deer stands in the shade near Lake Ladora at Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver, May 19, 2014.
11 hrs ago | Denver Westword
Jim Harvey's soon-to-be-finished feature documentary, The Great Divide , aims to tell the tangled story of water in Colorado -- a subject as vast as the state and the eight states that Colorado supplies water to. He's looking at the acequias in the San Luis Valley, the export of water to Arizona, California and beyond, and the legal complexities of who owns water and why.
13 hrs ago | KKTV
A Southern Colorado woman managed to escape a reported abusive kidnapping, where a man threatened the lives of her and her children. Pueblo Police arrested 35-year-old Andrew Vigil on charges of 2nd Degree Kidnapping, 3rd Degree Assault and Domestic Violence.
17 hrs ago | Denver Post
Myles and Jamie Sibley took their vows this year on a snowy April 6 at Devil's Thumb Ranch near Winter Park. Provided by Brinton Studios When many people think of weddings, they think of lush greenery, warm sunshine giving way to cool evenings and twinkling stars, abundant flowers.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! The first snowfall has happened in Colorado. It even snowed in Denver last week.
Yes, awards season officially kicked off at the Toronto International Film Festival where several awards-friendly films flaunted their wares. It's a bit like poutine .
Voters visited one of Denver's Voter Service Centers at the Blair-Caldwell Library on Nov. 5, 2012. Ever since Colorado decided its first ballot issue in 1912 - shooting down prohibition as a state law - voters have decided many of the state's most controversial issues, some of which are called wedge issues because of how adamantly people take sides.
Latisha Alvarado Barrington, a psychology major at the University of Colorado Denver, prepares to leave the Auraria Campus on Wednesday. Barrington faced a lot of hurdles growing up in the foster care system.
A worker identified only as Vincente gathers vines of hop plants at Misty Mountain Hop Farm near Olathe on Tuesday morning. Colorado grows an estimated 75 acres of hops, most of them on small Western Slope farms.
Digital First Media's decision to pursue "strategic alternatives," including a possible sale, could result in The Denver Post, and 13 smaller newspapers in the state, operating under local ownership by early next year, media analysts predict Rick Edmonds, an analyst with The Poynter Institute, said wealthy investors have purchased the flagship newspapers in Washington, Boston, Minneapolis and Anchorage, Alaska, under what he calls the "Black Beauty" strategy. "You might end up with a nice owner who gives you a warm stall," he said.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of e-mailed questions to the candidates for District 26 in the Colorado House of Representatives, incumbent Diane Mitsch Bush and challenger Chuck McConnell. This week's question is: Does Western Colorado need more water storage in the form of reservoirs? What's the best way to make that happen? McConnell: Yes, Western Colorado absolutely needs more water storage in the form of reservoirs.
To get a Arizona State point of view on Saturday's match-up against the Sun Devils at Folsom we sat down with Justin Emerson of House of Sparky for a quick Q&A. You can read our answers to his questions here .
Gov. John Hickenlooper will be being joining in various service projects in Manitou Springs, Evans, Loveland and Longmont on Saturday. He'll end the day in Lyons at a flood relief fundraiser sponsored by Oskar Blues Brewery.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:01 pm
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