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  • Driver dies when semi truck catches fire on I-70 in Deer Trail, westbound lanes closed
    A semi truck hauling a tanker caught on fire Thursday afternoon on Interstate 70 in Deer Trail and the driver died in the incident, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The highway has been shut down in both directions, but only the westbound lanes remain closed as of 3:40 p.m., said... Read more »
  • Granby Ranch owner surrenders northern Colorado ski area to avoid foreclosure
    The owner of Granby Ranch is surrendering the ski and golf community in northern Colorado to avoid foreclosure. Marise Cipriani hand-delivered a letter to the Town of Granby’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday night at the town’s deadline for her to pay for about $3 million worth of road repairs to... Read more »
  • Broncos great Ed McCaffrey named Northern Colorado football head coach
    If the Northern Colorado Bears were looking to steal a few headlines this week, mission accomplished. The university named former Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey its next head football coach in a statement released Thursday afternoon. McCaffrey replaces Earnest Collins Jr., who was let go after posing a 28-72 record in... Read more »
  • Latest from impeachment hearings, and tell us the biggest Colorado politics stories
    We’re approaching the time of year when journalists like to recap the biggest and/or craziest things that happened this year. We do it partly because there tends to be a dearth of news to write about around the holidays, and partly because it’s just fun. My first full calendar year leading... Read more »
  • Greg Anthony: It’s too early for Nuggets “to push the panic button”
    Greg Anthony saw the same things you did Tuesday night. And he’s got three pieces of advice for Nuggets fans who’ve been reaching for the sharp objects lately: 1. It’s early. 2. It’s early. 3. It’s early. “I wouldn’t be concerned,” Anthony, the TNT basketball analyst who was on the call for the Nuggets’... Read more »
  • MLB, union agree to remove marijuana from list of “drugs of abuse”
    SAN DIEGO — Major League Baseball will start testing for opioids and cocaine, but only players who do not cooperate with their treatment plans will be subject to discipline. Marijuana will be removed from the list of drugs of abuse and will be treated the same as alcohol as part of... Read more »
  • Broncos Briefs: Von Miller says MCL is “way better” than last week
    Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller said before practice Thursday that the MCL sprain in his left knee is “way better than it was last week” heading into Sunday’s game at Kansas City. Miller’s 95-game active streak was snapped Dec. 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers, and he returned to action in... Read more »
  • Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott says missing College Football Playoff “harmful” to league
    NEW YORK — A Pac-12 team has made the College Football Playoff just twice in six seasons and none of the last three. If anyone should be leading the charge toward expanding the current four-team model, you would think it would be Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. “I completely get that it would... Read more »
  • Two CU Buffs receive AP All-Pac-12 football honors
    With a big victory over Utah for the Pac-12 championship, Oregon coach Mario Cristobal has the Ducks headed for the Rose Bowl. Cristobal was named the AP’s Pac-12 Coach of the Year by a panel of journalists who cover the league. Meanwhile, CU juniors Laviska Shenault (WR) and Nate Landman (LB) were... Read more »
  • Reflective Carmelo Anthony “was open” to Denver Nuggets reunion
    As Carmelo Anthony’s basketball journey wandered beyond the bright lights of New York City, the 35-year-old forward said he would’ve been okay rejoining the Denver Nuggets. “I was open to it,” a reflective Anthony said Thursday of his options over the past few years. “We talked about it. People in my... 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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