Wednesday, November 21, 2012


  • The United States and Mexico Can Restore the Colorado River Delta

    Since 1960, when the gates were closed on the newly built Glen Canyon Dam, the Colorado River has only rarely flowed to the sea, and the river's delta started to fade.

  • 2012 Colorado Blueprint Annual Report highlights successes

    The Colorado Blueprint is the state's work plan to improve the economy by helping business grow and attracting new jobs.

  • Dry winter expected in Colorado

    Odds are, this winter will be dryer than normal in Northern Colorado, according to Klaus Wolter, a climatologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, who updated his seasonal forecast for Colorado water managers on Tuesday.

  • Guest Commentary: Colorado still failing our kids

    The Denver Post and 9News recently ran an eight-day series on Colorado's abused and neglected children who died and were known to the Colorado child welfare system. The series portrayed a system that is well-intentioned, but failing all the same.

  • Woman killed by runaway truck in Colorado Springs

    COLORADO SPRINGS - An 80-year-old woman died Tuesday after she fell beneath her runaway truck, Colorado Springs police said.

  • Deputies: Missing Colorado Springs teen model may be exploitation victim

    COLORADO SPRINGS - Authorities say a 19-year-old aspiring model from Colorado Springs has been missing for more than a month and might be the victim of a subculture that exploits would-be models.

  • Aspiring Teen Model Missing in Colorado

    Aspiring Teen Model Missing in Colorado. Authorities release photos of two women who last saw 19-year-old Kara Nichols. 01:15 | 11/21/2012.

  • Wyoming vs. Northern Colorado: Bears seek second win against undefeated ...

    The Northern Colorado Bears stand in search of their second win on the young college basketball season, as they host the Wyoming Cowboys Wednesday at 7:05 p.m.

  • Labor Unions' Ad Blitz Targets Colorado Lawmakers

    Udall and Bennet are extremely well-intended. We talk with them, I think they understand where we're coming from," said Scott Wasserman with Colorado Wins, the union that represents many of the state's public employees. "But when they get in beltway ...

  • WHPacific moving headquarters to Colorado Springs

    WHPacific, an Alaska native-owned architecture and engineering company, will move its headquarters from Anchorage to Colorado Springs and plans to employ 40 locally within five years as part of a strategy to seek more business along the Front Range ...

  • Colorado patients with online access visit doctor more, Kaiser study finds

    Colorado patients who can access their medical records online and exchange electronic messages with their doctor tend to visit and call their doctor and use certain other medical services more often than those who don't.

  • Particle Announce Colorado Shows

    Particle have announced a three night run in Colorado's front range from January 17-19. The band will bring their 80's Flashback show to The Aggie Theatre in Ft.

  • Twice-yearly manmade floods on the Colorado in Canyon long overdue

    This week's flooding of the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam is different than the floods of 1996, 2004 and 2008. It won't be years until the next one takes place.

  • Colorado Telehealth Network to offer statewide image archive and exchange

    The Colorado Telehealth Network (CTN) announced Wednesday it will enable hospitals, imaging centers and other providers throughout the state to safely store and share medical images through a private cloud hosted by Atlanta-based GNAX Health.

  • How high is too high on Colorado roads?

    During the past two legislative sessions, there have been efforts to set Colorado's marijuana standard at 5 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood (THC is the primary psychoactive ingredient of marijuana).

  • Jurassic 5 and Colorado Springs' rocking Better Block

    Better Block Pikes Peak has been widely covered in these pages, with ongoing updates here and here. But if you've missed it, it was a late October "intervention of the street for a 24-hour period to demonstrate everyday life on Pikes Peak Avenue with ...

  • Colorado Classics: Alice Barron, girls basketball pioneer

    Maybe more important for high school girls in Colorado, Barron fought for girls sports to be treated equally. As an administrator in the Jefferson County School system, she used the same tenacity that she showed on the basketball court in convincing ...

  • Four Colorado ASCs File Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Health Systems, Alleging ...

    Four Colorado ambulatory surgery centers have filed an anti-trust lawsuit against HCA, HCA-HealthOne, Centura Health, the Colorado Ambulatory Surgery Center Association and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado, alleging anti-competitive activities ...

  • Utah vs. Colorado: Christian Powell doubtful with concussion

    Running back Christian Powell, Colorado's leading rusher and scorer, is doubtful for Saturday's season finale against Utah with a concussion, the school announced .

  • Thanksgiving in Colorado should be on Friday instead of Thursday

    Parents (mostly our moms) racing around the kitchen and zooming to the grocery store in a panic on a Wednesday night, after work. Dawn risings on Thursday.

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