Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Denver news

  • Williams to serve 30-day home arrest

    Williams was sentenced Wednesday but a judge said he didn't have to start serving it until Feb. 7, 2013. Prosecutors had asked that Williams serve a month behind bars.

  • AFC West Stock Watch

    The San Diego Chargers' integrity: The NFL is investigating the Chargers for using a sticky substance in Week 6 against the Denver Broncos. A Chargers' employee was caught by an official send out the substance to players on the field during a timeout.

  • Denver Post: Lance Armstrong lost Tour de France titles for "systematic hoping"

    You thought Lance Armstrong was stripped of his Tour de France titles for systematic doping? Wrong -- at least according to the front page of today's Denver Post. A caption on an Armstrong pic reveals that he was actually punished for "systematic ...

  • Denver Broncos 2012: Keys to Week 8 Victory over Saints

    Sproles' presence will create mismatches for Denver's defense as linebackers Von Miller and Wesley Woodyard will be forced to tackle the shifty Sproles in open space—which is almost like catching a fish with your bare hands—when not covering Jimmy ...

  • Police: Suspect in Jessica Ridgeway murder is 17-year-old boy

    Westminster Chief of Police, Lee Birk, talks to press, Wednesday October 24, 2012, outside the Westminster Police Department, to announce that they have arrested a 17 year old boy for investigation of the murder of Jessica Ridgeway.

  • Denver Post: Gessler needs to repay taxpayers

    Through numerous steps taken in his first two years on the job, Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler has ensured that his actions will be scrutinized.

  • GOP nominees pack Red Rocks Amphitheatre to capacity

    Vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan, left, looks on as Mitt Romney speaks to the crowd at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison on Tuesday night.

  • Guest Commentary: Denver's bike share growing

    Denver B-Cycle - owned and operated by the local non-profit, Denver Bike Sharing - was among the first in this country to get rolling in the spring of 2010.

  • Ex-MapQuest executive's new startup launches app

    DENVER - A new smartphone app lets small-business owners quickly scan competitors' Yelp reviews, Internet deals, and Facebook and Twitter updates, without necessarily having to "like" or "follow" their competitors online.

  • NBA rumors: Denver Nuggets going with Kosta Koufos or JaVelle McGee at ...

    New Denver Nuggets NBA rumors have the team going with Kosta Koufos over JaVale McGee as the starting center. According to a report from The Denver Post on Wednesday (October 24), Nuggets coach George Karl likes how Koufos has progressed and ...

  • Celebrities rally against hydrofracking in Denver

    DENVER (AP) - A rally organized by opponents of hydraulic fracturing drew about 200 people to Civic Center Park on Tuesday night.

  • Youthful Denver Nuggets among the top contenders in West

    The Denver Nuggets have turned into a trendy pick this season to be a top contender in the ultra-competitive Western Conference.

  • Denver has famous private golf clubs like Cherry Hills, but its municipal ...

    There are few signs of the early financial troubles of Colorado Golf Club (pictured above), a dynamic 7,602-yard Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw design that opened in 2007 in Parker, southeast of Denver. The club sparkles today with a stunning stone ...

  • Denver's McNichols building transformed into space for arts (slideshow)

    The McNichols Civic Center Building was a work in progress when I visited late last week, with crews renovating the ground floor and hanging and installing art on the second and third.

  • Romney's Denver win counts more than two losses?

    Most observers believe that Barack Obama won last night's third and final presidential debate, giving him his second win in a row over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

  • Denver Fire Department: Does it have a diversity problem?

    Out of 32 assistant chiefs currently working in the Denver Fire Department, one is black, four are Hispanic and there are no females.

  • RTD candidate profiles: FasTracks completion dominates board election

    Especially critical were residents and public officials from Denver's northern suburbs, which were told this year that without a significant boost in revenue, they may not see any light rail until 2044 - this, in spite of the fact that since 2005 ...

  • Restored flights to Denver lift mayor's State of the City address

    Mayor David Coss leveraged Tuesday's "State of the City" address into a message about economic recovery, including the news that the Santa Fe Municipal Airport will again have direct flights to Denver International Airport beginning in December.

  • Gun left in Denver airport bathroom belonged to Houston DEA agent

    The loaded .45-caliber Glock handgun left in a crowded Denver International Airport bathroom belonged to a Drug Enforcement Administration agent based in Houston, according to records obtained on Tuesday.

  • Denver Broncos Progress Report: Where Do They Stand Heading into Week 8?

    The Denver Broncos head into the final 10 games as the favorites in the AFC West. Despite a 3-3 record, the Broncos have the fewest issues in the division and a soft schedule over the final 10 games.

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