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  • Colorado shelters waiving adoption fees Saturday for Clear The Shelters event
    DENVER — You can adopt your new furry best friend for free Saturday. Along with several other shelters around the state, the Dumb Friends League will waive its adoption fees on all pets — cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, bunnies, guinea pigs and more — on Saturday for Clear the Shelters, a... Read more »
  • Rockies Insider: Colorado’s baserunning must improve as team makes repeat playoff push
    For the Rockies to get to October — either by outlasting the Diamondbacks and Dodgers for their first divisional title or by way of a repeat wild card appearance — every run, and potential run, is important. That means Colorado must be better on the bases during the homestretch of the... Read more »
  • Denver Sports Omelette: Johnny Manziel says he had “delayed onset concussion”
    MONTREAL — Johnny Manziel described his condition as a “delayed onset concussion” and said he had headaches. The Montreal quarterback spoke on a podcast Thursday, five days after taking a big hit and fumbling at the goal line in the Alouettes’ 24-17 loss at Ottawa. Manziel was cleared to stay in the game after... Read more »
  • FIRST LOOK: Source Hotel’s market hall opens for business in RiNo on Saturday
    It’s been two months since city and RiNo Art District leaders threw a block party celebrating completion of most of the roadwork along a completely rebuilt stretch of Brighton Boulevard north of downtown. This weekend, a project that figures to add significant car, bike and pedestrian traffic along that corridor... Read more »
  • Colorado prosecutor is dismissing felony cases, citing a lack of funding
    A man who faced an attempted manslaughter charge for pulling a gun on two people in Las Animas County won’t get his day in court. All the charges were dismissed. It’s not because Third Judicial District Attorney Henry Solano thought the defendant was innocent. Solano filed the motion to dismiss the... Read more »
  • Ask Amy: Red flags of infidelity fly over this household
    Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I have lived together for four years. He is in his 20s and I am in my early 30s. We are working and struggling to get by. I never had any problem trusting him until recently. He suddenly started hiding his phone and going out more without... Read more »
  • Couple accused of string of thefts in Colorado and along West Coast
    Local authorities filed felony charges Wednesday against an out-of-state couple suspected of committing a string of thefts last month along the West Coast and in Aspen, according to court documents. El Paso County Jail via Aspen TimesFrom left are Dylan Deshields and Shylo Short. Dylan Deshields, 24, and Shylo Short, 22, both... Read more »
  • Boulder-based Popsockets second in Inc. 5,000 ranking
    Boulder’s Popsockets was the second-ranked firm in the annual Inc. 5,000 list. Courtesy Photo via Daily CameraBorn from a Kickstarter campaign in 2012, PopSockets fixed the problem of how to hold one’s smartphone and scroll with the same hand. Inc. is a business and startup-centric magazine. The list ranks companies based on... Read more »
  • Boulder man sentenced to 8 years in prison in child pornography case
    A Boulder man has been sentenced to more than eight years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography. Robert Dean Mason, 46, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello to 97 months in prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release. Mason pleaded guilty... Read more »
  • Bodies of two Frederick girls found inside oil and gas tanks, sources say
    Courtesy The Denver ChannelChris Watts with his wife, Shanann Watts, and their daughters Celeste (left) and Bella. FREDERICK – The bodies of Chris Watts’ two young daughters were found inside oil and gas tanks that “were mostly full,” several high-ranking sources tell Denver7. Related Articles Frederick man suspected of killing wife, two young... Read more »

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BREAKING NEWS…Death Toll Rises to 12 in Oaxaca as Govt Represses Teacher Protests

Editors Note: Mexican government officials continue to attack teachers. It has been only 9 months when 43 student teachers, “normalistas” as ...
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