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Weary Of Court Drama, Gerrymandering Opponents Shift Their Strategy
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More states are turning to independent commissions to fight gerrymandering.
Black Bear Wanders Into The Hotel That Inspired 'The Shining'
Video shows the guest wandering around The Stanley Hotel's lobby.
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Masterpiece Cakeshop Owner Sues Colorado After Refusing To Bake Trans Woman's Cake
Baker Jack Phillips, fresh from a Supreme Court victory in a case involving his refusal to serve a same-sex couple, is bringing another legal fight.
Baseball-Size Hail Kills Zoo Animals In Colorado
The massive Colorado Springs hailstorm injured more than a dozen people and damaged hundreds of cars.
Sneaky Bear In Colorado Breaks Into Car
Run into the forest! Run! A sneaky bear got caught by police trashing an unlocked car.
Neil Diamond Thanks Colorado Firefighters With Private Concert
The singer came out of retirement to perform for firefighters who have battled a horrific blaze.
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Spring Creek Blaze In Colorado Explodes In Size, Aided By Fire 'Tsunami'
So far, the blaze has damaged or destroyed 251 homes and is only five percent contained.
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Man Arrested For Allegedly Starting One Of Several Colorado Wildfires
Jesper Joergensen, 52, is accused of setting the Spring Fire that has destroyed more than 38,000 acres.
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Colorado Democrats Just Nominated An Openly Gay Congressman For Governor
Rep. Jared Polis would be the first openly gay man elected governor in the U.S. if he wins in November.
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An Attack From Teachers Unions Has The Colorado Governor’s Race All Shook Up
Unions are hoping momentum from successful teacher walkouts can lead to midterm victories.
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Accused Colorado Road Rage Killer Charged With First-Degree Murder
Jeremy John Webster could face the death penalty for a shooting that killed a child and injured his brother, mother and a bystander.
Man Shoots 2 Boys, Their Mom And Bystander Out Of Road Rage, Cops Say
Colorado police arrested Jeremy Webster two hours after the shooting.
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Colorado Wildfires Displace Thousands And Prompt Closure Of National Forest
By Keith Coffman, Reuters
More than 3,500 homes have been evacuated.
Winds Fanning Colorado Wildfire Won't Die Down Until Tuesday
“There’s no rain in sight and the winds are going to be 15 mph with higher gusts all day. That’s a bad combination."
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MLB Draft Pick Tweeted That He Hoped Someone Would Assassinate Obama
He has deleted the 2012 tweet, which he called "stupid" and "immature."
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Supreme Court Sides With The Baker Who Refused To Make Gay Couple's Wedding Cake
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Baker Jack Phillips rebuffed David Mullins and Charlie Craig in 2012.
FBI Agent Accidentally Shoots Nightclub Customer When Agent Does A Backflip
The good news: The victim is OK.
New Mexico, Colorado Wildfires Force Hundreds To Evacuate
By Brendan O'Brien, Peter Szekely, Reuters
Fires in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado have raged over more than 17,000 acres.
Black Bear Attacks 5-Year-Old Colorado Girl In Her Backyard
The creature was dragging the girl away when it heard her mother scream.
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Woman Allegedly Blows Up Pee Sample In A 7-Eleven Microwave
The on-duty clerk was pissed.
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GOP Rep. Removed From 2018 Ballot To Appear On It After All
Colorado Rep. Doug Lamborn was originally removed for a signature-gathering violation.
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How Hackers Could Cause Chaos On America's Roads And Railways
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A recent cyber breach of Colorado’s transportation department didn’t affect traffic signals, cameras or electronic message
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GOP Congressman Doug Lamborn Thrown Off The Ballot For 2018 (UPDATED)
The Colorado Supreme Court ruling means the congressman can’t run for re-election, at least as a Republican.
Climate Change Lawsuits Are Moving Inland
Boulder and two Colorado counties are suing oil companies to pay for the damages of climate change.
States Cashing In Big On Legal Weed
Marijuana is a major cash crop for states where it’s legal.
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Why More School Districts Are Holding Class Just Four Days A Week
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Small rural school districts have long sought to save money and attract teachers by dropping a school day. Now some urban
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