Local News

  • 10-car, chain reaction collision on icy road in downtown Denver, 1 injured
    One person was hurt during a 10-car, chain-reaction crash at northbound Speer Boulevard and 13th Street in downtown Denver during rush hour Monday morning. A woman was injured when she climbed out of her car following a succession of crashes and was struck by another car, according to a Denver dispatcher. Northbound... Read more »
  • Boulder-based Rowdy Mermaid Kombucha secures $3.5M investment
    Boulder’s Rowdy Mermaid Kombucha has big plans to grow this year. The company has secured about $3.5 million from investors that will be used for developing new products, innovative packaging and to expand sales and marketing, said Jamba Dunn, founder and CEO of Rowdy Mermaid Kombucha. Kombucha is a drink made after... Read more »
  • Trump’s border wall faces Texas-size backlash from land owners
    Gary Jacobs looks out over the Rio Grande from the deck of the clubhouse at a public golf course in Webb County, Texas. It’s a sunny morning, quiet except for the chirping birds and the thwack of clubs hitting balls. “Where are you going to put the 30 feet?” he asks. On... Read more »
  • European artists install, paint traditional Orthodox icons on walls of Loveland’s St. Spyridon Orthodox Church
    Christos Paleoxaris spent his Friday perched on a small scaffold platform 20 or so feet above the marble floor below, using a paintbrush to carefully fill in a larger-than-life painting of Jesus Christ. Though the prospect of standing — never mind painting — at such heights might be enough to make... Read more »
  • Denver weather: Light snow, bitter cold in city, and up to 3 inches of new snow in mountains
    Denverites woke up to light snow and bitterly cold temperatures in the single digits on President’s Day Monday. With wind chill factors, the air will feel like minus-9 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. The warmest it will get will be around 18 degrees, forecasters say. RELATED: 4 key things... Read more »
  • Scott Frost: College football better when CU Buffs, Huskers “running at full speed”
    Scott Frost misses the old Big Eight, too. From 1987 through 2002, the football programs at Colorado and Nebraska were giants of the plains, finishing among the final AP Top 25 in the same season nine different times, including on seven straight occasions from 1990-96. It meant something. “Certainly, there are... Read more »
  • Is Joe Flacco an upgrade over Broncos QB Case Keenum? Terrell Davis says “absolutely.”
    Early reactions have been lukewarm on the Broncos agreeing to a trade for Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. But former Broncos running back and Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Davis thinks it’s a good move. “Absolutely he is an upgrade over Case Keenum,” Davis said Saturday on the NFL Network. “Joe... Read more »
  • Weather forecast tips: 4 key things to consider when checking the forecast
    “But wait, my phone said it wasn’t going to rain!” We’ve all probably uttered or heard those words at some point in time, maybe from a freshly drenched co-worker, one who breathlessly exclaimed how they had just checked the weather on their iPhone. Or maybe it came from a group text... Read more »
  • Rockies’ Ian Desmond facing big challenge playing center field at Coors Field
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Ian Desmond, a former shortstop and most recently the Rockies’ primary first baseman, is preparing for his next assignment: patrolling the wide-open spaces of Coors Field. Specifically, at age 33, Desmond has been pegged to play center field as the Rockies shift all-star Charlie Blackmon, 32, to left. It promises... Read more »
  • DNA evidence from a napkin led to charges in 1993 Minneapolis woman’s stabbing death
    Investigators followed a 52-year-old Isanti, Minn., businessman to a hockey game, where he ordered food from the concession stand. After he wiped his mouth with a napkin and dropped it the trash, they recovered it for DNA analysis. That DNA evidence links a Jerry Westrom with the 1993 fatal stabbing of... 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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