Saturday, November 10, 2012

Denver colorado

  • Colo. police say friendly fire may have killed cop

    DENVER - A police officer was shot and killed Friday by another officer after several agencies responded to a report of shots fired at a home in the Denver suburb of Lakewood, authorities said. James Davies, 35, was in full uniform when he was killed ...

  • Photos: Denver Nuggets beat Utah Jazz, 104-87

    Kenneth Faried #35 of the Denver Nuggets controls the ball against Mo Williams #5 and Gordon Hayward #20 of the Utah Jazz at the Pepsi Center on November 9, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images). SP - Nuggets-Jazz ...

  • Mexico's anti-drug strategy upside down after Colorado legalizes marijuana

    The legalization of the use of recreational marijuana in Colorado and Washington states has changed the rules of the game for the anti-drug efforts in Mexico.

  • Colo., Wash. await federal marijuana response

    DENVER - Should marijuana be treated like alcohol? Or should it remain in the same legal category as heroin and the most dangerous drugs?

  • Rep. Mark Ferrandino: Colo. Democrats Pick State's 1st Openly Gay House ...

    DENVER -- Colorado Democrats have elected the first openly gay House speaker in state history, giving control of the chamber to a man who was the public face of a fierce debate over civil union legislation that Republicans defeated six months ago.

  • Colorado weather brings cold to Denver, snow to the mountains

    Cold temperatures are expected to linger in Denver this weekend as heavy snowfall is expected in the mountains. Skies will be mostly cloudy in Denver on Saturday, with a high temperature around 38 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

  • CU live blog: Buffs at Arizona

    The Denver Post's sports reporters contribute analysis, notes and minutiae on this blog focussing on CU athletics. TUCSON - With a new quarterback for Colorado, the Buffaloes will have their final Pac-12 road game of the season Saturday at Arizona.

  • Tom Runnells will return as Colorado Rockies' bench coach

    "But there is no question that he is well respected. We will be talking about that." Thursday night, Giambi told The Denver Post, "I am going to take a few days, then talk to the Rockies again (about the hitting job), because my sole focus was on ...

  • Colorado Rockies hire Walt Weiss, who coached a high school baseball team ...

    He left to spend more time with his family and last season coached Regis Jesuit High School outside Denver, in Aurora, to a 20-6 record and the 5A semifinals of the state championship.

  • Hundreds seek help at Colorado Homeless Veterans Stand Down

    U.S. Army veteran Joe Lucas salutes during the national anthem at the beginning of the 22nd annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Colorado National Guard Armory on Thursday morning. Nearly 600 homeless veterans showed up for this year's ...

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado names Dave Ryan as new CEO

    Amid an overhaul of top leadership, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado said Friday that it has selected sales veteran Dave Ryan as chief executive.

  • Colorado Democrats Plan To Pass Tuition Aid For Immigrants

    DENVER (AP) - Emboldened by support from Latino voters, Colorado Democrats on Friday renewed their call for a plan to help reduce tuition costs for illegal immigrant students.

  • Denver Post marketing its 7.3 percent minority stake in Colorado Rockies

    Nov 08, 2012 05:52 AM EST. AP. DENVER - The Denver Post is seeking to sell its minority ownership in the Colorado Rockies. The Post holds a 7.3 percent state in the major league baseball club that is majority owned by brothers Dick and Charlie Monfort.

  • DU hosts Colorado College in first round of NCAA playoffs

    Colorado College travels to Denver on Saturday for a noon game in the first round of the NCAA Tournament -- the first tourney game ever hosted at DU.

  • Guest Commentary: Discrimination is not religious liberty

    Nothing in the Affordable Care Act forces the Archdiocese of Denver to abandon its charitable programs as their letter suggests.

  • PetAid Colorado honors hero donkey that saved four animals from wildfire

    Ellie and the four other animals were pasturing on a friend's property near Masonville, northeast of Denver, when the fire broke out, Greg Van Hare said.

  • Healthy Decker reaching new heights with Manning

    DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 28: Wide receiver Eric Decker #87 of the Denver Broncos celebrates in the stands with fans after scoring a touchdown during the second quarter against the New Orleans Saints at Sports Authority Field Field at Mile High on October ...

  • Today's Colorado ski and snow report: Powder weekend ahead

    As of this morning there are five Colorado ski areas open for the season. As noted here yesterday, Breckenridge opens this morning with two runs, but that's sure to expand after what appears to be a rather snow storm headed our way and already bringing ...

  • Drought will complicate pheasant, quail seasons in Eastern Colorado

    "Populations across the region are much lower than in 2011," said Ed Gorman, small game manager for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

  • Denver Post looking to sell its minority ownership stake in Colorado Rockies

    DENVER -- The Denver Post is actively marketing its minority ownership stake in the Colorado Rockies, according to Digital First Media, which operates Denver Post owner MediaNews Group. The paper is seeking to sell the stake in the baseball team as it ...

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