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COLORADO- Permanent Injunction, $4.5 Million Judgment Against Denver Custom Food Trucks Owners

Denver, CO (STL.NEWS) — A Denver District Court judge today ordered the owners of Denver Custom Food Trucks to pay $4.5 million dollars to resolve a case in which they took thousands of dollars from clients to build custom food trucks that were either never delivered or equipped with unsafe, fraudulent parts. The Defendants, Larry … Continue reading COLORADO- Permanent Injunction, $4.5 Million Judgment Against Denver Custom Food Trucks Owners

Colorado residents seek to block major oil and gas project

DENVER (AP) — Frustrated residents of a Denver suburb say state law is forcing them to participate in a major oil and gas drilling project against their wishes, so they launched legal challenges with potentially significant consequences for the industry. Backed by a federal judge, they have a chance this week to ask state regulators … Continue reading Colorado residents seek to block major oil and gas project

Hickenlooper kicks off campaign with fiery ode to pragmatism

DENVER (AP) — Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered a fiery defense of his pragmatic approach to politics Thursday night as he held the first rally of his presidential campaign in the state that nurtured his unlikely career in public office. “Being a pragmatist doesn’t mean saying no to bold ideas,” Hickenlooper, 67, told a … Continue reading Hickenlooper kicks off campaign with fiery ode to pragmatism

Historic avalanche danger causes havoc in Colorado mountains

DENVER (AP) — Historic avalanche danger caused havoc in the Colorado mountains Thursday, shutting down portions of two highways and prompting a rare warning for drivers to avoid a route leading to some of the state’s busiest ski resorts. After another round of heavy snow, at least three major snow slides buried vehicles and ruptured … Continue reading Historic avalanche danger causes havoc in Colorado mountains

Colorado man discloses details about killing wife, daughters

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man strangled his pregnant wife in their bed before driving her body and their two daughters to a worksite where he smothered the girls with a blanket, according to records of an interview he gave police from prison. Christopher Watts made the statements during authorities’ prison visit on Feb. 18, three … Continue reading Colorado man discloses details about killing wife, daughters

Ex-Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper enters presidential race

DENVER (AP) — Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said on Monday he’s running for president, casting himself as a can-do uniter who’s used to overcoming adversity and accomplishing liberal goals in a politically divided state. “I’m running for president because we need dreamers in Washington, but we also need to get things done,” Hickenlooper, 67, … Continue reading Ex-Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper enters presidential race

Colorado News: Denver Reaches Proposed Settlement of Class Action with Plaintiffs for Those Experiencing Homelessness

DENVER, CO (STL.News) – The City and County of Denver has reached a proposed settlement agreement with the plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit over the removal of personal property during the cleanups of public areas.  The proposed agreement is the result of many months of working together to forge an agreement that will make … Continue reading Colorado News: Denver Reaches Proposed Settlement of Class Action with Plaintiffs for Those Experiencing Homelessness

Governors eyeing White House may struggle to raise money

WASHINGTON / FEBRUARY 26, 2019 (STL.News) Democrats hoping to use the governor’s mansion to launch a campaign for the White House are likely to run into a major hurdle: money, or rather, a lack thereof. Of the current and former governors who are considering a presidential campaign, including Jay Inslee of Washington, Steve Bullock of … Continue reading Governors eyeing White House may struggle to raise money

AP source: Rockies, Arenado agree to $260M, 8-year contract

DENVER / FEBRUARY 26, 2019 (STL.News) Nolan Arenado likes where he’s at and the direction the Colorado Rockies are headed. So he’s staying put. For possibly a long, long time. And for a chance to finish what this team has been brewing. The All-Star third baseman agreed to a $260 million, eight-year contract on Tuesday, … Continue reading AP source: Rockies, Arenado agree to $260M, 8-year contract

Rockies, manager Bud Black agree to 3-year extension

The Colorado Rockies have agreed to a three-year contract extension with manager Bud Black after he guided the team to back-to-back playoff appearances. His contract now runs through the 2022 season, the team announced Monday in Scottsdale, Arizona. The 61-year-old Black has posted a 178-147 record since being named Colorado’s manager on Nov. 7, 2016. … Continue reading Rockies, manager Bud Black agree to 3-year extension

DENVER | Jokic, Millsap lead Nuggets past Clippers 123-96

DENVER (AP) — Paul Millsap wasn’t about to let Nikola Jokic’s foul trouble hinder the Denver Nuggets. Millsap helped the Nuggets breeze past the Los Angeles Clippers 123-96 with a vintage performance that had his coach marveling at his youthful and infectious energy Sunday. Jokic had 22 points and 16 rebounds, and Millsap had 21 … Continue reading DENVER | Jokic, Millsap lead Nuggets past Clippers 123-96

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo | Giant wooden troll is returning to Colorado ski town

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (AP) — A huge wooden troll will be reincarnated in a Colorado ski town, although it’s unclear what it will look like or where it will sit. The Summit Daily reported Friday that Breckenridge officials have a deal with Danish artist Thomas Dambo to rebuild his troll this spring. It was erected beside … Continue reading BRECKENRIDGE, Colo | Giant wooden troll is returning to Colorado ski town

DENVER | Runner survives attack by choking mountain lion to death

DENVER (AP) — A mountain lion lunged at a runner on a Colorado trail and bit his face before the man fought back and choked mountain lion to death, wildlife officials said Tuesday. The unidentified man was running alone at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space near Fort Collins on Monday when he heard a noise and … Continue reading DENVER | Runner survives attack by choking mountain lion to death

Denver Realty Group Inspires with Groundbreaking New Website

  DENVER/ JANUARY 23, 2019 (STL.News) Denver Realty Group (DRG), a leading full-service real estate company headquartered in Denver, Colorado, has announced the launch of its newly designed website, http://www.DenverRealtyGroup.com. Denver Realty Group’s new website features a leading-edge interactive design, improved functionality and rich content focused around the Company’s mission to add value to the … Continue reading Denver Realty Group Inspires with Groundbreaking New Website

Missouri News: Two Missouri, Two Colorado Defendants Indicted for $1.7 Million Marijuana Conspiracy

Christopher E. Buckingham, Natalie J. McNeil of Missouri and Tanner L. McNeil and Benjamin T. Parker of Colorado indicted KANSAS CITY, MO – Two Missouri residents and two Colorado residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1.7 million of marijuana. Christopher E. Buckingham, … Continue reading Missouri News: Two Missouri, Two Colorado Defendants Indicted for $1.7 Million Marijuana Conspiracy

Business News: United Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Denver and Frankfurt, Germany

DENVER, CO – United Airlines (UAL), the U.S. carrier with the most service to Germany, today announced it will begin its 15th daily nonstop flight between the United States and Germany from its hub at Denver International Airport.  The airline announced it will begin year-round service between Denver and Frankfurt, Germany, beginning May 2, 2019, … Continue reading Business News: United Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Denver and Frankfurt, Germany

Colorado fires coach Mike MacIntyre after 6 straight losses

Colorado has fired coach Mike MacIntyre after the team lost six straight games in his sixth season at the school. Athletic director Rick George released a statement Sunday saying he informed MacIntyre that the coach would not return and then met with the coaching staff and players. George said he will name an interim head … Continue reading Colorado fires coach Mike MacIntyre after 6 straight losses

Political News: As Attorney General, Phil Weiser Will Fight for Colorado’s Way of Life

DENVER, CO – Conservation Colorado Executive Director Kelly Nordini released the following statement on the election of Phil Weiser as attorney general: Conservation issues played an incredibly important role in this year’s race for attorney general.  From day one, Phil Weiser prioritized Colorado values and pledged to address climate change, protect our lands and water, … Continue reading Political News: As Attorney General, Phil Weiser Will Fight for Colorado’s Way of Life

DENVER | Yelich, Brewers head to Coors Field up 2-0 on Rox in NLDS

DENVER— Christian Yelich feels like he’s not really locked in — no more than usual, anyway. “Just taking it day by day,” the Milwaukee outfielder said. He and the Brewers are certainly dialed in, though. They have won 10 straight and seized a 2-0 lead against Colorado in the NL Division Series heading into Game … Continue reading DENVER | Yelich, Brewers head to Coors Field up 2-0 on Rox in NLDS

Brewers turn to Woodruff to open bullpen day vs Colorado

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Young right-hander Brandon Woodruff not only made the Milwaukee Brewers’ playoff roster, but he’s starting Game 1 of the National League Division Series against the Colorado Rockies. The Brewers’ playoff roster announced before the Game 1 on Thursday features an 11-man pitching staff that includes rookie right-handers Corbin Burnes and Freddy Peralta. … Continue reading Brewers turn to Woodruff to open bullpen day vs Colorado

iTrip Vacations Property Management Program Expands in Colorado Springs

BRENTWOOD, TENN./ SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 (STL.News) iTrip Vacations has added a Colorado market to its vacation rental management portfolio. Vacation property owners and guests in Colorado Springs now benefit from world-class property management and customer service. iTrip Vacations Colorado Springs – owned and managed by Mike and Ellen Hannabass – has launched as the newest … Continue reading iTrip Vacations Property Management Program Expands in Colorado Springs

COLORADO | Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Reservoir and Granby Reservoir will remain open to boating through Dec. 2

GRANBY, Colorado – Aquatic invasive species watercraft inspection and decontamination stations at Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Reservoir and Granby Reservoir will remain open longer than expected due to an influx of funds from Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. The high-mountain lakes are popular with anglers, waterfowl hunters and boaters for the outstanding outdoor recreation they … Continue reading COLORADO | Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Reservoir and Granby Reservoir will remain open to boating through Dec. 2

COLORADO | Enjoy the fall foliage with Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Enjoy the fall foliage with Colorado Parks and Wildlife DENVER, COLORADO – Though summer doesn’t officially end until Sept. 22, fall colors are already beginning to appear across the State of Colorado.  Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites you to plan your fall excursions, making the most of those fleeting fall colors. Whether you are looking … Continue reading COLORADO | Enjoy the fall foliage with Colorado Parks and Wildlife

COLORADO | Low-water stressing trout in Conejos River; CPW asks anglers to limit fishing activity

MONTE VISTA, COLORADO – Due to extremely low flows and concerns about warm water temperatures, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking anglers to self-regulate their fishing activities. Effective immediately, CPW is placing a voluntary fishing closure on the Conejos River from noon through the remainder of the day. This voluntary closure is in place for … Continue reading COLORADO | Low-water stressing trout in Conejos River; CPW asks anglers to limit fishing activity

COLORADO | September brings dramatics sights and sounds to Mueller State Park: quaking aspen and bugling elk

DIVIDE, COLORADO – Celebrate the dramatic sights and sounds of fall at Mueller State Park as the aspen turn golden and mating season brings out elk and their eerie bugling. Typical weather in September at Mueller brings crisp, blue-sky days and cool nights.  As the days become shorter, the trees start to change into their awesome … Continue reading COLORADO | September brings dramatics sights and sounds to Mueller State Park: quaking aspen and bugling elk

COLORADO | Lucky park visitor to get once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to release rehabilitated raptor back into the wild in raffle event

Raptor-release raffle among September events at Cheyenne Mountain State Park COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO – Ever held a raptor in your hands?  Few ever get to feel the power of a raptor’s talons as it launches itself into the air and back into the wilderness.  But that’s exactly the experience awaiting one lucky visitor to Cheyenne … Continue reading COLORADO | Lucky park visitor to get once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to release rehabilitated raptor back into the wild in raffle event

DENVER | Trump eases US methane rules as Colorado says state’s work

DENVER — The Trump administration is rolling back some U.S. regulations on climate-changing methane pollution, calling them expensive and burdensome, but Colorado says its rules are working — and they have industry support. Energy companies have found and repaired about 73,000 methane leaks since 2015 under a state-required oil field inspection program, according to the … Continue reading DENVER | Trump eases US methane rules as Colorado says state’s work