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Dozens of protesters were seen gathering at the Colorado State Capitol Friday morning ahead of the inauguration of Donald…
01.20 / 17:59
coloradoan.com
By John Pye, The Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia — Roger Federer relaxed into the chair, his arms folded across his chest in a casual, confident way, and just savored a vintage Australian Open performance. The 17-time Grand Slam champion, seeded a lowly-by-his-standards 17th after spending six months on the sidelines to let his left knee heal, only needed 90 minutes to beat Tomas Berdych 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 in the third round on Friday. This was against a highly-credentialed pro, seeded …
01.20 / 17:54
growingdenver.com
Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:10:02 GMTTHE PUEBLO CHIEFTAINThe Southern Colorado Safe Streets Task Force is trying to locate two suspects. Michael Maez, 25, is a Hispanic male, 5 feet 6 inches tall, 140 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. Maez has a warrant for probation violation which included burglary, a…
01.20 / 17:45
www.chieftain.com
Two Pueblo Community College Fremont Campus employees recently were recognized as 2016 Employees of the Year for their professional excellence and the way each exemplifies the PCC…
01.20 / 17:33
canoncitydailyrecord.com
Bob and Frances Wahl celebrated their 60th anniversary Dec. 28, 2016 with family events in both Denver and…
01.20 / 17:33
canoncitydailyrecord.com
There was a capacity crowd at the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church on Jan. 15, for the 2 p.m.…
01.20 / 17:32
canoncitydailyrecord.com
DENVER — Protesters converge on the State Capitol on Friday morning to denounce the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. More than 100 people were on the west steps at the Capitol. An 8 a.m. protest by DisruptDJ20 and a 9 a.m. protest by another group merged, along with students who walked out of East High School and marched down East Colfax Avenue. One group plans to try to block traffic during rush hour,…
01.20 / 16:51
kdvr.com
Donald Trump will be sworn in today as President No. 45. He was greeted by the Obama family this morning, and there will be festivities throughout the day. There are, however, still concerns about conflicts of interest that could exist as soon as he takes office. Editor’s Note: If you haven’t already, give yourself the gift […
01.20 / 16:49
statebillnews.com
Starting Monday night, northbound Interstate 25 traffic at the Crossroads Boulevard exit, near the Larimer County Fairgrounds and Budweiser Events Center, will be rerouted for the $21 million demolition and replacement of a bridge in the northbound lanes. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, drivers headed north will be pushed into the southbound lanes, and southbound travelers will be moved to a temporary bridge west of the highway. The lane shift will likely remain in…
01.20 / 16:41
growingdenver.com
AT&T Inc. said its new streaming-video service, DirecTV Now, added at least 200,000 paying subscribers in its first month of operation, giving investors a first glimpse into the health of the business. The streaming television service was launched Nov. 30 with special promotional pricing and incentives. It offers four tiers of channels that are delivered to web browsers, mobile phones and streaming devices like Amazon’s Fire TV stick or the Apple TV. The smallest package has more…
01.20 / 16:40
growingdenver.com
Foltz has a previous child abuse conviction involving a 2-year-old child in Greeley, Colorado The post Gillette man gets life in prison for 2-year-old boy’s death appeared first on Aurora…
01.20 / 16:17
aurorasentinel.com
Four or five years of construction along 10 miles of I-70 could start as soon as early next year The post Feds OK project to widen Interstate 70 in northeast Denver appeared first on Aurora…
01.20 / 16:16
aurorasentinel.com
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump will be sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States during a historic transfer of power that encapsulates American democracy even in politically divisive times. The 70-year-old Republican will take the oath of office on the West Front of the Capitol just before 10 a.m. EST, swearing to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. That moment will mark the culmination of a stunning upset victory in last year’s bitter presidential …
01.20 / 16:14
kdvr.com
Colorado Companies to Watch is a unique statewide awards program recognizing growing companies that fuel the economic fire of the…
01.20 / 15:28
pagosadailypost.com
Taste of History Food Series-Routt County Pies and Coffee| noon | Tread of Pioneers Museum, 800 Oak St. | Free Historic cooking methods, recipes and food tastings. Attendees will make and serve pies from local recipes, including pies made from local fruits that are available in Routt County including strawberries, rhubarb and apples. The presenters, Nancy Mucklow and friends, will also discuss the availability of sarvisberries and thimbleberries for pies, and how to make a great…
01.20 / 14:39
steamboattoday.com
Protests are expected at Donald Trump's inauguration in DC, but some groups have plans to do the same in…
01.20 / 14:39
thedenverchannel.com
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama sent four farewell messages on Twitter on Friday, just hours before his term in office expires and Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. “It’s been the honor of my life to serve you. YOu made me a better leader and a better man,” Obama tweeted. A website has been set up, Obama.org, where the outgoing president encouraged people to share their thoughts with him. “I’m still asking you…
01.20 / 14:28
kwgn.com
By mid afternoon on Thursday, January 19, the mood in Washington, D.C., had shifted....and not in a good way. People were on edge. The radical left was getting paranoid. The alt-right was acting emboldened. And the vast majority of reasonable and empathetic people in between are totally at the…
01.20 / 14:04
www.westword.com
Denver firefighters managed to stop a fire from spreading from a garage to a home early Friday…
01.20 / 13:23
thedenverchannel.com
Two lives have been saved locally from near-fatal heroin overdoes since the beginning of the New Year thanks to the training and supplies provided to law enforcement officers in Cañon City and Fremont …
01.20 / 13:15
canoncitydailyrecord.com