Tuesday Jul 15
Audit finds less cash for statewide historic projects, more for Denver
A boy walks by a touches an interactive wall mural depicting the 1920's Colorado eastern plains town of Keota in the Destination Colorado exhibit at History Colorado Center.
Colorado's casino exclusion list is filled with underage gamblers
About one-third of those banned from Colorado's casinos are being kept from playing the state's slots, card tables and roulette wheels after being convicted of underage gambling infractions.
Colorado Springs Independent
Cripple Creek's new gamble
When Coloradans voted in 1991 to allow gambling in three sleepy, semi-derelict mountain towns, they were encouraged to believe that "limited-stakes gaming" didn't really mean casino gambling.
Woman attacked by moose dies of unrelated cause
A woman attacked by a moose in Gilpin County last month has died of unrelated causes, according to Dan Pruett, Jefferson County chief deputy coroner.