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Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler has shown that in his hands commonsense protections are in greater jeopardy than ever.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Man shot, killed by LaSalle officer was involved in gun shop burglary, Frederick police say

Frederick police have determined that one of the suspects involved with the burglary of a firearm store earlier this month was a 20-year-old man who last week was shot and killed by a LaSalle police officer.

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Frederick police have determined that one of the suspects involved with the burglary of a firearm store earlier this month was a 20-year-old man who last week was shot and killed by a LaSalle police officer.

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A package of more than 100 bills that would increase conservation and access to the outdoors nationwide passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

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Senate passes public lands package, including permanent authorization for Land and Water Conservation Fund

A package of more than 100 bills that would increase conservation and access to the outdoors nationwide passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

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Montrose man sentenced 48 years in woman’s death

A 20-year-old Colorado man has been sentenced 48 years in prison for the 2017 shooting death of a woman.

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Montrose man sentenced 48 years in woman’s death

A 20-year-old Colorado man has been sentenced 48 years in prison for the 2017 shooting death of a woman.

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Fossil Ridge High School wins cheerleading national championship

Fossil Ridge High School's cheerleading squad won't need a second chance at a first impression on the national stage.

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Antonio Brown asks Pittsburgh Steelers for trade

Antonio Brown wants out of Pittsburgh. A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver has asked the Steelers for a trade.

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Charges against Carl Granderson, ex-Wyoming football player, involve 2 women

Court documents show the sexual assault and sexual battery charges filed last week against former Wyoming defensive end Carl Granderson involve two women.

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Charges against Carl Granderson, ex-Wyoming football player, involve 2 women

Court documents show the sexual assault and sexual battery charges filed last week against former Wyoming defensive end Carl Granderson involve two women.

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Rockies will have 150 of 162 games shown on local TV

The Rockies announced their 2019 TV schedule on Tuesday, with AT&T SportsNet set to air 150 regular season games in addition to six spring training games.

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Tim Tebow is sticking with baseball despite Steve Spurrier’s AAF invitation

The Alliance of American Football got off to a solid start over the weekend, but don't expect a case of Tebowmania to break out.

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Co-founder of Denver’s International Church of Cannabis alleges jury misconduct, seeks new trial on public-consumption charge

The co-founder of Denver's International Church of Cannabis believes he's entitled to a new trial on public-consumption charges after a member of the jury that convicted him alerted the court that the panel improperly discussed the case before it was over and prematurely reached its conclusion.

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Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders put Denver teachers strike in national spotlight

Three current or possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have endorsed the Denver teachers strike, putting it in the national political spotlight.

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Colorado marijuana businesses have sold more than $6 billion worth of weed and related products since a voter-approved measure allowing adults over the age of 21 to consume recreational pot took effect in the state on Jan. 1, 2014.

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