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Colorado Springs police arrest wanted fugitive out of Denver
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Springs police arrested a fugitive who was wanted out of Denver Wednesday night. Police received information from the Denver Fugitive Unit that a suspect wanted for multiple felony warrants was at an apartment complex in the 2700 block of Palmer Park Blvd.
Southern Colorado man arrested for 1994 case murder
PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - A man connected to a 1994 cold case murder in Texas was arrested in southern Colorado, the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office said. 73-year old Jesse Hogue, who had an address on Desert Cove Drive in Pueblo West, was arrested on a murder warrant out of Potter County, Texas.
Colorado universities say they already comply with Trump’s executive order on campus free speech
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday requiring U.S. colleges to commit to protecting speech rights on campus or lose federal research funding, claiming many schools “have become increasingly hostile to free speech and to the First Amendment.”
Man, dog dead after crash in Colorado Springs RV park
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - A 60-year-old man is dead after a crash into a retaining wall at a Colorado Springs RV park Thursday morning. It happened at the Wrangler RV park on E. Platte Ave. (MAP) According to a KRDO photographer at the scene, a pickup truck crashed into a wall.
Colorado joins lawsuit against Trump administration to uphold DACA for immigrants
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Thousands gather to mourn killed Cpl. Daniel Groves of State Patrol
The weariness was palpable Thursday during a funeral service for Cpl. Daniel Groves of the State Patrol. Ceremonial bagpipes played a mournful song as fellow troopers gathered Thursday for the fourth time in four years to grieve for a trooper who was killed after being run over while working on a ro
Colorado man pleads guilty to stabbing, bludgeoning mother
DENVER (AP) — A 24-year-old man has pleaded guilty to charges that he killed his mother and stabbed his adult sister at a home in suburban Denver. The Denver Post reports Adrian Ramirez pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder and first-degree assault in the October 2017 attacks in Westminste
Herschel: Colorado AG Tells Sheriffs To Resign Or Enforce Red Flag Law
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Colorado all-state boys, girls basketball teams announced by CHSAA for 2018-19
The Colorado all-state boys and girls basketball teams have been announced by CHSAANow for the 2018-19 season. Below are the first-team selections for 5A boys and girls hoops. The full results of first team, second team and honorable mention selections for 4A through 1A can be seen at chsaanow.com.
KEYS TO THE MATCH, Driven by Toyota: FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids | 3.23.19
FRISCO - How can FC Dallas get back in the win column on Saturday at home? Find out in this week's Keys to the Match, Driven by Toyota.
Colorado lawmakers preparing legislation to legalize sports gambling
DENVER -- March Madness is here. Millions of Americans, including tens of thousands of Coloradans, are expected to fill out brackets wagering billions on college basketball nationwide.
Climate change bill lands in the Colorado House
Colorado House Speaker KC Becker wants the state to take the lead on addressing climate change. On Thursday evening, she introduced a bill that seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 2005 levels and empowers the state’s Air Quality Control Commission to establish regulations for public utility
Colorado Hotel Under Fire After Refusing to Serve Military Personnel
You know what they say: if you post it, the hate will come. Facebook user Aimee Osbourne posted a photo of a sign in the dining area of the Colorado Springs DoubleTree Hotel that read, "No longer serving military personnel and their guest(s)". Osbourne's post, which has since been deleted, read:
Fourth Colorado State Patrol trooper killed in roadside crash since 2015 laid to rest
Police cars snaked their way down Colorado 66 as the funeral procession for Colorado State Patrol Cpl. Dan Groves began on Thursday morning. As the procession entered the parking lot of LifeBridge Church in Longmont, local residents gathered along Colorado 66 to pay their respects. The sun’s morning
States sign deal to protect Colorado River water by cutting water usage
NEW YORK — The water is saved, for now. Seven Western states have agreed on a plan to manage the Colorado River amid a 19-year drought, voluntarily cutting their water use to prevent the federal government from imposing a mandatory squeeze on the supply.
Ballot Issue 1: Weighing Collective Bargaining For Colorado Springs Firefighters
Ballots have been mailed to Colorado Springs residents for this year’s municipal election. In addition to mayor and three at-large city council seats, voters will weigh in on a single ballot initiative -- Issue 1 -- which would grant firefighters a collective bargaining contract with the city.
More than 100 positions on the block as Colorado Springs School District 11 looks to trim up to $11 million
At least 111 positions, including janitors, teachers and administrators, could be eliminated next school year as a consequence of this year’s large enrollment decline, the seven-member Colorado Springs School District 11 Board of Education was told Thursday.
Hundreds honor Colorado trooper killed during blizzard
LONGMONT, Colo. - Hundreds of people, including law enforcement officers from nearly 40 states, turned out Thursday to honor a Colorado State Patrol trooper struck and killed by a car during last week's blizzard.
Paraglider crashes 200 feet to the ground in Colorado
On Wednesday, during a period of “erratic winds”, a 45-year-old paraglider faced a chute collapse. This sent them plummeting an estimated 200 feet to the ground. The accident occurred near Green Mountain with the pilot initially launching from the Golden, Colorado area roughly 10 miles away.
Colorado music, stage, art events and festivals starting March 21
Friday: James Bay — 7 p.m., Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, $35; TM. Friday: Matoma — 9 p.m., Ogden Theatre, Denver, $30.75; AX. Friday: Droeloe — With Fytch, Tails, 9 p.m., Bluebird Theater, Denver, $20-25; AX.