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  • Ask Amy: Tech co-workers wage Nerf wars in the office
    Dear Amy: I’m a woman working for a software startup. We are all millennials. I really enjoy my job, except for this: Picture a group of (mostly male) software developers shooting Nerf guns at each other, with Nerf darts whistling past you, hitting windows, office equipment and other employees. There is... Read more »
  • Broncos GM John Elway’s stance on “character concerns” looms large with Joe Mixon, Reuben Foster, Jabrill Peppers
    The excitement and unpredictability of the NFL draft usually comes at the quarterback position. That makes sense because how a quarterback plays can shape the trajectory of a franchise unlike any other position in professional sports. The draft “fallers” — those players whose draft stock plummets, often because of character... Read more »
  • Broncos like Christian McCaffrey “a lot,” draft’s great tight end class, replacing Adam Peters, more
    There has been no player connected to the Broncos in the 2017 NFL draft process more than former Valor Christian and Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey. It’s not just a feel-good story; the interest is real. The Broncos had a meeting with McCaffrey at the NFL combine, met with him at his... Read more »
  • 19-year-old accused of driving vehicle through Berthoud High School, causing $35K in damage
    A 19-year-old man is accused of driving a vehicle through Berthoud High School in February, causing more than $35,000 damage to the Larimer County building. Provided by the Larimer County Sheriff's OfficeSkylar Hill Authorities say Skylar Hill, of Frederick, allegedly drove into the school through a set of glass doors and then... Read more »
  • John Elway is armed with picks and options for the NFL draft. And his plan is simple.
    John Elway is holding his cards close and has at least 10 very good reasons to do so ahead of the NFL draft, which starts Thursday. Sure, the Broncos could trade any of those 10 picks to move up from their No. 20 slot in the first round. Or they could... Read more »
  • Placebos can help mend a broken heart, CU Boulder study says
    Whether it’s being told the classic, “It’s not you, it’s me” line or having someone vanish without a word, mending a broken heart is painful. But a new study released Monday discovered that when love hurts, a placebo can help. Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder measured the neurological and behavioral... Read more »
  • Muslim inmates at Sterling prison sue 3 guards claiming religious discrimination
    Three Muslim inmates at Sterling Correctional Facility have sued three correctional officers claiming they were pepper sprayed during a prayer meeting and later assaulted when one of them filed grievances and contacted an attorney. The civil lawsuit was filed Monday on behalf of Donell Blount, Cecil Mason and Terry Phillips in... Read more »
  • Denver Pioneers hockey schedule 2017-18: Defending NCAA champs open season at Notre Dame
    A season-opening series at Notre Dame and two games in Beantown against the Boston University Terriers and Boston College Eagles highlight the University of Denver hockey team’s 2017-18 nonconference schedule. The Pioneers, who won their eighth national title earlier this month, open their 24-game National Collegiate Hockey Conference slate Nov. 3 at... Read more »
  • Coloradans work until April 24 to reach Tax Freedom Day, research firm says
    Starting Monday, what Colorado taxpayers make will be theirs to keep, according to the Tax Foundation, a tax policy research firm. The average taxpayer in the state will have made enough to cover federal, state and local tax obligations as of April 24, what the group calls Tax Freedom Day. That’s... Read more »
  • The Cannabist honored with journalism awards for health, business coverage
    There are scores of stories to be told about the evolution of marijuana legalization in America, and cannabis journalism is receiving mainstream recognition. The Cannabist’s Alicia Wallace, who covers national business and policy matters along with Colorado-based topics, has received multiple honors for her in-depth reporting in the past year. The... 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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