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With a Welsh march playing in the background, Harry moved through a receiving line at a cocktail reception Friday at the Sanctuary Golf Course south of Denver before heading to Colorado Springs for the games this weekend. Comment?
The new law legalizing civil unions took effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday and both Denver and Boulder began issuing licenses immediately. 34 comments
Sixteen sheriffs, including Larimer County's Justin Smith and John Cooke of Weld County, plan to hold a news conference Wednesday in Denver. Comment?
His parents sent him to special camps in Utah, Jamaica and Samoa for children with behavioral problems. Comment?
Police spokesman Sonny Jackson says one child was pronounced dead at the scene and the other died after being taken to Children's Hospital Colorado. Comment?
In this Dec. 12, 2012 file photo, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is pictured during an interview with the Associated Press at his office in the Capitol in Denver. Comment?
In this Dec. 12, 2012 file photo, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is pictured during an interview with the Associated Press at his office in the Capitol in Denver. 42 comments
John Hickenlooper will sign gun control measures Wednesday that pose limits on ammunition magazines and expand background checks for firearms. Comment?
The debate playing out in Colorado is being watched closely because its moderate political makeup makes it a testing ground to see how far the nation is willing to go with new gun laws in the wake of mass shootings in a suburban Denver movie theater and a Connecticut elementary school. Comment?
"I tell you what these things are, these are all feel-good proposals, because at the end of the day, what do they do to prevent" a mass shooter? asked Keene, the NRA's president. Comment?
The Richland post office on Jadwin Avenue might soon relocate to a smaller space nearby -- a move one postal official said is needed to save money at a time when revenues are falling sharply. Comment?
The Republican state senator's melon shoot is a fixture on the political calendar in his rural district near the Nebraska border and a window into the culture of gun ownership in a state that cherishes its frontier heritage. 37 comments
Club 64, in an industrial area just north of downtown Denver, opened at 4:20 p.m. on Monday, with some 200 people signed up. Comment?
Frank DíAngelis, right, Columbine High School Principal at time of the 1999 school massacre and still principal today is comforted by long time friend Cindy Stevenson, Superintendent of JEFCO Schools after a news conference where Di'Angelis talked about the Connecticut School Shooting at Jefferson County School headquarters in Golden, Colo., ... (more) Comment?