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Colorado News: DENVER, U.S. AttoColoradorney Jason R. Dunn Delivers Remarks At Islamic Center Of Boulder In Wake Of New Zealand Massacre

DENVER, Co. (STL.News) – U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn and senior staff attended a vigil yesterday for victims of the mass shooting in New Zealand. Please find U.S. Attorney Dunn’s remarks below. Text of U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn’s remarks Good Afternoon. My name is Jason Dunn, and I am the United States Attorney for the District … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, U.S. AttoColoradorney Jason R. Dunn Delivers Remarks At Islamic Center Of Boulder In Wake Of New Zealand Massacre

Colorado News: DENVER, Mr. Karen Nikolyan, Fugitive from the District of Colorado arrested in the Republic of Georgia

DENVER, Co. – Mr. Karen Nikolyan, age 35, and a citizen of Armenia, was arrested this weekend at the Tbilisi airport in the Republic of Georgia after flying from Istanbul, Turkey, announced United States Attorney Jason R. Dunn. Nikolyan had been a fugitive since 2008, when he fled the District of Colorado after he pleaded … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, Mr. Karen Nikolyan, Fugitive from the District of Colorado arrested in the Republic of Georgia

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

DENVER | Neighbors open another front in Colorado oil and gas battle

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 DENVER | Neighbors open another front in Colorado oil and gas battle

Colorado News: DENVER, Federal Jury Finds Metro Denver Men Guilty Of Drug Trafficking

DENVER, Co. – Two Metro Denver men were found guilty earlier this week of drug trafficking crimes following a five day jury trial before Chief U.S. District Court Judge Philip A. Brimmer, announced U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn and DEA Denver Division Special Agent in Charge Tim McDermott. Both of the defendants, Omar Humberto Gonzales-Hernandez and … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, Federal Jury Finds Metro Denver Men Guilty Of Drug Trafficking

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

DENVER | Colorado, baker end legal spat over transgender woman’s cake

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple on religious grounds — a stance partially upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court — and state officials said Tuesday that they would end a separate legal fight over his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition. … Continue reading DENVER | Colorado, baker end legal spat over transgender woman’s cake

DENVER | Colorado consultant, California CEOs dead in Kenya crash

DENVER (AP) — A prominent Colorado political consultant and two entrepreneurs from California were among four Americans and a local pilot killed when their helicopter crashed at a national park in Kenya, authorities and family members said Monday. Colorado lawmakers paused for a moment of silence at the state Capitol in Denver to remember Kyle … Continue reading DENVER | Colorado consultant, California CEOs dead in Kenya crash

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

DENVER | Demaryius Thomas arrested, suspected of vehicular assault

DENVER (AP) — Former Denver Broncos and Houston Texans receiver Demaryius Thomas is facing a felony charge of vehicular assault stemming from a crash earlier this month. Thomas was arrested Wednesday after turning himself in and was also held on allegations of reckless driving and not having proof of insurance, both misdemeanors, police said. He … Continue reading DENVER | Demaryius Thomas arrested, suspected of vehicular assault

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

Colorado Realtor Beth Baker Owens Educates People on Helping Parents Downsize

  DENVER/ FEBRUARY 22, 2019 (STL.News) Once people become senior citizens it is common for them to want or need to simplify, have less work, or downsize their space. The change may be as simple as reorganizing the house and getting some help with household chores and cooking. Other times, more assistance is needed and … Continue reading Colorado Realtor Beth Baker Owens Educates People on Helping Parents Downsize

Colorado Realtor Blake O’Shaughnessy Brings in Buyers with Spring Selling Tips

  DENVER/ FEBRUARY 21, 2019 (STL.News) Spring is widely regarded by real estate professionals as the best time of year to sell a home. “In spring, buyers come out in force due to increased inventory, warmer weather, more daylight hours and the ability to use tax refund checks as down payments,” said O’Shaughnessy, broker associate … Continue reading Colorado Realtor Blake O’Shaughnessy Brings in Buyers with Spring Selling Tips

SAN FRANCISCO | Oakland teachers get ready to strike over pay, class sizes

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Teachers in Oakland, California, prepared Wednesday to walk off the job in what could be the nation’s latest strike over classroom conditions and pay. Oakland’s 3,000 teachers planned to pack up personal items from classrooms and say goodbye to students then begin the strike Thursday, “barring an unlikely change from the … Continue reading SAN FRANCISCO | Oakland teachers get ready to strike over pay, class sizes

DENVER | Woman says man told her to kill fiancee before fatal beating

DENVER (AP) — Investigators say a Colorado man beat his fiancee to death with a baseball bat after failing to convince a woman he was having an affair with to commit the killing. The grim details revealed in a Colorado courtroom Tuesday provided the first public account of what led prosecutors to charge Patrick Frazee … Continue reading DENVER | Woman says man told her to kill fiancee before fatal beating

DENVER | Key witness says Colorado man fatally beat fiancee with bat

DENVER (AP) — A man beat his fiancee to death with a baseball bat after failing to persuade a woman he was having an affair with to commit the killing, but later convinced her to help him cover up the crime by cleaning up the bloody crime scene before he burned the victim’s remains, investigators … Continue reading DENVER | Key witness says Colorado man fatally beat fiancee with bat

Colorado News: DENVER, James Thompson, Man Who Lived Under False Identity For Thirty Four Years Sentenced To Thirty Months In Federal Prison

DENVER, Co. – James Thompson of Denver was sentenced late last week to serve 30 months in federal prison for misuse of a Social Security number, U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn and Social Security Office of the Inspector General Wilbert Craig announced. The sentence was handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Philip A. Brimmer. After … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, James Thompson, Man Who Lived Under False Identity For Thirty Four Years Sentenced To Thirty Months In Federal Prison

DENVER | Denver teachers back at work after winning deal with raises

DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers ended a three-day walkout and returned to their classrooms Thursday, greeted by hugs and high-fives, after their union reached a tentative deal raising their pay, the latest win in a national movement by educators to raise their wages and advocate for changes in schools. The deal was worked out in … Continue reading DENVER | Denver teachers back at work after winning deal with raises

DENVER | Denver teacher strike reveals US divide over bonus pay

DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers have gone on strike to improve their pay, but the fight isn’t that simple. Teachers are challenging one of the nation’s oldest incentive pay systems, saying the system is complicated and can leave them guessing at what their earnings will be. The Denver system allows teachers to add on to … Continue reading DENVER | Denver teacher strike reveals US divide over bonus pay

DENVER | Denver teachers extend strike after talks end without deal

DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers are set to extend their strike into a third day after negotiations with district leaders ended Tuesday night without a deal. Tuesday’s talks came a day after more than half of the city’s teachers walked off the job amid a pay dispute. The negotiations, which are set to resume Wednesday, … Continue reading DENVER | Denver teachers extend strike after talks end without deal

DENVER | Denver teachers, officials negotiate to try to end strike

DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers and district leaders were trying to end a strike over pay Tuesday with the help of a federal negotiator. The teachers are following the lead of educators across the country by donning red amid strikes and protests for better pay and working conditions. All schools remained open and staffed by … Continue reading DENVER | Denver teachers, officials negotiate to try to end strike

DENVER | Negotiations resuming amid Denver teacher strike

DENVER (AP) — Denver school leaders and teachers are set to resume negotiations to end a strike over pay. Negotiations planned for Tuesday come amid a swell of educator activism that has affected at least half a dozen states over the past year. The strike affecting about 71,000 Denver students started Monday after a round … Continue reading DENVER | Negotiations resuming amid Denver teacher strike

DENVER | Jokic, Beasley lead Nuggets past Heat 103-87

DENVER (AP) — The Denver Nuggets snapped a three-game skid with a 103-87 win over the Miami Heat on Monday night behind 23 points and 12 rebounds from Nikola Jokic and 20 points from Malik Beasley. The Nuggets swept the season series from the Heat for the first time since 2008-09 and improved to 18-1 … Continue reading DENVER | Jokic, Beasley lead Nuggets past Heat 103-87

DENVER | The Latest: District leader disappointed by end of talks

DENVER (AP) — The Latest on a possible Denver teachers strike (all times local): 10 p.m. The superintendent of Denver Public Schools says she’s disappointed that the teachers union broke off negotiations Saturday night. In a statement, Superintendent Susana Cordova said: “I am extremely disappointed that the DCTA walked away from the table today instead … Continue reading DENVER | The Latest: District leader disappointed by end of talks

DENVER | The Latest: Denver teachers union says it will launch strike

DENVER (AP) — The Latest on a possible Denver teachers strike (all times local): 8:35 p.m. Denver teachers say they will strike Monday after failing to win an agreement on pay. Both sides met Saturday in an attempt to reach a new contract after over a year of negotiations. A statement issued Saturday night by … Continue reading DENVER | The Latest: Denver teachers union says it will launch strike

DENVER | Ski chief urged to quit over climate comment

DENVER (AP) — A group of winter-sports athletes and the world’s biggest snowboard maker want the president of the International Ski Federation to resign after he spoke of “so-called climate change” and said he would rather deal with dictators than argue with environmentalists. The climate advocacy group Protect Our Winters sent an open letter Friday … Continue reading DENVER | Ski chief urged to quit over climate comment

EcoMark Solar and the Colorado Solar Industry Poised for Massive Growth in 2019

  DENVER/ FEBRUARY 06, 2019 (STL.News) All across Colorado’s Front Range, electrical utility providers are increasing their rates and changing the way they charge for electricity, driving their customers towards residential solar in record numbers. As the # 1 residential Solar installer in Colorado for the last 4 years, EcoMark Solar was able to capitalize … Continue reading EcoMark Solar and the Colorado Solar Industry Poised for Massive Growth in 2019

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

Colorado News: DENVER, Eric Ronald Bolduan, Internet Stalker Sentenced to More than 14 Years in Federal Prison

DENVER, Co. – Eric Ronald Bolduan of Rochester, Minnesota was sentenced to 171 months in federal prison for stalking and making interstate threats against college students, U.S. Attorney Jason R. Dunn and FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Dean Phillips announced. United States District Court Judge Christine Arguello entered the sentence against Bolduan on January … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, Eric Ronald Bolduan, Internet Stalker Sentenced to More than 14 Years in Federal Prison