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    • Authorities Identify Boulder Shooting Victims
      BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Police have identified a 21-year-old man as the suspect in the killing of 10 people at a Boulder, Colorado, supermarket. He was identified as a resident of Arvada. A prosecutor says he lived most of his life in the U.S. Authorities on Tuesday also identified nine victims after previously identifying a ...
    • Active shooter reported at grocery store in Colorado: Boulder police
      Update: 8:54PM BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Police say 10 people have been killed in a shooting at a Colorado supermarket, including a police officer. Boulder police Cmdr. Kerry Yamaguchi said at a news conference Monday that a suspect is in custody and is getting medical treatment. Police say they’re still investigating and didn’t have details on ...
    • State Begins Relaxing Restrictions
      DENVER (AP) – Colorado’s health department is moving to relax its statewide mask mandate and limits on gathering capacity, saying the state’s role in determining COVID-19 restrictions will lessen in favor of more local control as vaccination eligibility opens more widely. The proposal announced Friday would allow local authorities and “private entities” in the counties ...
    • Minor League Ball Player Facing Major League Charges
      VAIL, Colo. (AP) – A minor league baseball player is facing drug charges after police in Colorado found 21 pounds of methamphetamine and 1.2 pounds of oxycodone pills in his Chicago Cubs duffel bag. Twenty-five-year-old Jesus Camargo-Corrales, of Tempe, Arizona, appeared in Eagle County Court on Thursday on drug charges and ordered held on $75,000 ...
    • Colorado Supreme Court Rules in Constitution Violation Case
      (AP) – The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that state Senate Democrats violated the constitution in 2019 when they responded to Republicans’ request that bills be read at length by having computers speed-read the bills in an intelligible garble.  In Monday’s 4 to 3 ruling the court said the speed-reading tactic violated the constitution’s mandate ...
    • Gregg Smith Ends Congressional Campaign
      DENVER (AP) – Gregg Smith, a rancher, former U.S. Marine and former business executive, has announced he is abandoning his bid for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District in 2022. In a tweet on Monday, Smith said that he has concluded that his chances of wining ...
    • Schools Remain Closed Two Days After Historic Blizzard
      CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Schools are still closed and roads are impassable in eastern Wyoming and northern Colorado, two days after a record blizzard. Crews started reopening Interstate 25 south of Cheyenne on Tuesday for the first time since Saturday. Some other major routes in the region aren’t expected to be cleared for another day. ...
    • DIA Runways Closed for More Than 24 Hours Due to Weather
      UNDATED (AP) – People in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska are digging out from a powerful late winter snowstorm that led to airport and road closures, power outages, and avalanche warnings. The National Weather Service says the storm dropped 27.1 inches of snow at Denver International Airport, making it the fourth biggest in the city’s history. ...
    • Custer County and State Agree to Drop All COVID Restrictions
      WESTCLIFFE, Colo. (AP) – As many states across the country rollback COVID-19 restrictions, the Custer County Commissioners, citing major declines in coronavirus cases and progress in vaccinations, has voted to eliminate all pandemic-related restrictions on social gatherings, businesses, and government operations. The board voted Thursday to lift restrictions immediately. Health authorities in the southern Colorado ...
    • Glenwood Community Center Closed Due to “Presumptive Positive” Employee
      Update: On Saturday, March 6, the City of Glenwood Springs announced that the Community Center will remain closed through Sunday, March 14. Six city employees were reportedly exposed to COVID-19 and must quarantine. Due to that staff reduction, the decision was made to keep the Community Center Closed. All Community Center members will receive an ...