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Homebrew: Pueblo officials slam Colorado Springs for federal flood-bailout request

Welfare city Colorado Springs tends to vote against big-government solutions. But as the water rises from the floods and a poorly maintained stormwater system, the city...

Homebrew: Fountain school cop arrested after kinky ‘bear-suit’ sexting with student

School safety? A creepy Fountain school cop was arrested after trying to seduce a student via text, reports The Gazette. Not just one text, hundreds. One of the...

#Coleg Notebook: Massaging the budget, smoking what’s left

The budget looms Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp, D-Arvada, has a bill, stuck in the appropriations committee, designed to fund a statewide, high-tech fire-and-flood-prediction system. It will...

Littwin on a very Hickenlooper State of the State speech

That's the Hickenlooper who drives Republican pols crazy and a few Democratic pols, too. The Hickenlooper who stakes out middle ground and insists everyone join him there.

The government shutdown killed ‘elktober’

The gathering, trumpeting, head butting in Rocky Mountain National Park will go on without spectators this year. The same kind of show in Washington is drawing lots of attention.

When it rains

BOULDER, Colo. -- We thought it was like any rainy night, like the last few nights, and enjoyed the smell of rain filling the dry mountains—until my girlfriend Anna’s hair became curly again.

Spring Flood Threat Keeps Towns on Alert

Certainly Rifle hasn't seen the snow build up like Dillon or Durango, but it's downstream in the Colorado River drainage area with snowpack depth...
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