Colorado Newswire (Page 7)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Colorado. (Page 7)

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  1. Colorado hail storm delivers tennis ball-size iceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAEF

    The city of Colorado Springs witnessed a downpour of aggressive hail that persisted for hours, damaging cars and homes and forcing locals to join forces to remove heaping mounds of ice. "Being in our house, all we could hear were these loud smacks all around our home from tennis-ball size hail being thrown at our house from above," she said.

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  2. Broncos Training Camp Takeaways: Day 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Broncos

    Broncos Carne Asada, presented by Bud Light August 6, 2016 12-2 p.m. Lincoln Park in Greeley, Colorado First 500 fans will receive free food and drink Broncos Bowl Date: Saturday 8/13, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Location: Sports Authority Field at Mile High Description: Annual youth and NFL FLAG Football event at stadium Broncos Carne Asada, presented by Bud Light August 21, 2016 12-2 p.m. Mile High Flea Market in Henderson, Colorado First 500 fans will receive free food and drink PLAY 60 Kickoff Date: Monday 9/12 4-6 pm Location: Owen Boys & Girls Club Description: Annual kickoff for the Fall PLAY 60 Challenge Mom's Football Safety Clinic Date: Monday 9/12 6-9 pm Location: Sports Authority Field at Mile High Description: Third annual Mom's Football Safety Clinic.

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  3. Trump Talks About VA Hospital During Colorado Springs Campaign StopRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    Trump spoke to thousands of supporters at the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs campus. He blamed the fire marshal for keeping out thousands of supporters due to the fire code and promised to visit them after his main speech.

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  4. DA: No criminal charges against Basalt mayor, clerk in text caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Aspen Times

    ... of criminal charges." Thomas Kelley, a Denver attorney who specializes in media issues and advises members of the Colorado Press Association, told The Aspen Times previously that case law in Colorado has established that texts of elected officials ...

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  5. The Historic Mill in Windsor Could Have a Chance at a New LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KUAD-FM Windsor

    One of those places that were damaged was the historic mill in downtown Windsor. Not much has been done since the tornado flexed its power on the mill.

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  6. Sexually Violent Predator Moves to Fort CollinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KUAD-FM Windsor

    ... the Coloradoan reports. Yep pleaded guilty to attempted sex assault on a child in 2007 and was sentenced to the Colorado Department of Corrections later that year. He was released in 2010 and successfully completed parole in 2011. Yep's residence is ...

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  7. 'No more Mr. Nice Guy!': Trump joins the 'Lock her up!' brigade as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    'No more Mr. Nice Guy!': Trump joins the 'Lock her up!' brigade as he says he's 'taking the gloves off' against Hillary Clinton Donald Trump has resisted the temptation to join in anti-Hillary Clinton chants of 'Lock her up!' at his rallies But a day after her Democratic convention speech, he cited 'lies' and told a Colorado rally crowd 'I'm starting to agree with you!' Trump spoke to a half-empty basketball arena while thousands waited in line outside to get in because the fire marshal closed the doors Donald Trump said Friday that after watching Hillary Clinton's Democratic National Convention speech, he will no longer be 'nice' to her when his raucous audiences chant 'Lock her up!' at the mention of her name.

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  8. Blake Shelton on Colorado and Why He Chose Denver for a Surprise ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 303 Magazine

    ... can tell how much it meant to him to share that experience with her. I ask him to give a little love note to his Colorado fans, "You know a the reason I'm doing one of these pop-up shows in Denver is because Colorado has always been good to me, you ...

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  9. Trump Backs his Supporters' "Lock Her Up" ChantRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mother Jones

    After a bipartisan assault on Donald Trump at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, from people ranging from leading Democrats such as Hillary Clinton to lifelong Republicans The liveliest moment occurred when Trump supporters in Colorado Springs launched into a round of the "Lock Her Up!" chant aimed at Hillary Clinton. The chant was a nightly fixture at last week's Republican convention, but Trump rejected it at the time.

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  10. Denver County Fair promises quirky events this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV

    One of the quirkiest county fairs you'll find in Colorado takes place in Denver this weekend as the Denver County Fair kicks off its 5th year! While most county fairs have been around for a century or more, the Denver County Fair started in 2011. It dubs itself as the 'Craziest County Fair in America!' - featuring things like a 'Trump Your Cat' event, where people have to create Donald Trump's hair using only animal hair.

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  11. Colorado Springs crowd: a lock her up,a Trump: a Ia m starting to agreeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stopped in Colorado Springs on Friday, speaking to a crowd at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. The crowd in Colorado Springs began chanting "lock her up," aimed at Hillary Clinton, as many people did at the Republican National Convention.

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  12. Boulder's Ras Kassa's Ethiopian eatery, in temporary digs, continues hunt for permanent spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Camera

    ... work. Restaurant space in the city is hard to come by, said commercial real estate broker Scott Crabtree, with The Colorado Group. "Vacancy rates on restaurant spaces are really low: below 5 percent and maybe even closer to three," Crabtree said. ...

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  13. 'I'm starting to agree with you': Trump eggs on 'lock her up' chant at rambunctious rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Donald Trump gave some fire to a crowd of supporters chanting during a campaign rally in Colorado Springs on Friday. While lambasting Hillary Clinton over the FBI's investigation into her use of a private email server at the State Department, the crowd reprised the anti-Clinton "lock her up" chant that gained traction during last week's Republican National Convention .

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  14. HazlehurstClosed sessions keep people out, information inRead the original story

    Yesterday | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Colorado Springs City Council has a long history of use of so-called executive sessions. Such meetings within meetings can be held only during regular or special meetings.

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  15. Gloves OffRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Beast

    Donald Trump told supporters Friday in Colorado that he is "starting to agree" with the "Lock Her Up" chants frequently directed at Hillary Clinton. "We're running against a person that was just accused of being negligent, of being others, and of lying, lying," Trump said during the rally in Colorado Springs.

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  16. Will to win pushing Dominique Coleman, Team Colorado in TBTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Camera

    Former CU guard Dominique Coleman, shown against UC Irvine in 2005, led Team Colorado with 16 points in a Super 16 win against Team 23. Whether he's battling through the heat of competition in another pro game overseas or playing cards with his teammates, Coleman has the same objective. So even with a $2 million payoff looming ever closer for Coleman and his teammates on Team Colorado, the enticing lure of a possible financial windfall hasn't changed the name of the game for the former Colorado Buffaloes guard.

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  17. 'Mad Max' wannabes enjoy dunes near WaldenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheDenverChannel

    ... Hills Recreation Area near Walden is 1,400 acres of pure paradise for some. "This place here is pretty unique to Colorado," one visitor told Denver7 photojournalist Major King. "We're in the middle of the mountain. There are trees everywhere and ...

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  18. Silverton, Ute Mountain Utes receive housing grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cortez Journal News

    Much-needed workforce housing in San Juan County just received a 305,430 boost from the state, which will go to developing the Anvil Mountain Apartments.The award is part of 9 million in grant money the Colorado Department of Local Affairs Division of Housing is dedicating to eight affordable-housing projects in the state.The...

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  19. Donald Trump calls Colorado a must-win before fired-up Denver crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a rally, at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum, in Denver, July 29, 2016. Donald Trump held two events in Colorado.

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  20. John Doe sues CURead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Daily Camera

    The University of Colorado is facing a new federal civil rights lawsuit from a male student who claims the campus discriminated against him during a sexual assault investigation that ultimately led to his expulsion. The male student, identified in court documents only as John Doe, denies allegations that he sexually assaulted two female CU students and claims in the lawsuit that CU's student-conduct investigation was biased against him because he is male.

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