7/20 Foundation reaches funding goal to begin design for theater shooting victims memorial

Despite a slow start, the 7/20 Memorial Foundation announced Tuesday the group has enough money to start work on the permanent memorial for the victims and survivors of the Aurora theater shooting.

David Ikenberry to step down as University of Colorado business school dean amid discrimination complaints

University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business dean David Ikenberry, who faced three federal gender discrimination complaints between 2013 and 2015, will step down from his post, according to a resignation letter he submitted this week.

Mark Sanchez: “I want to be here. I love being here.”

Mark Sanchez doesn’t know what his long-term future holds in Denver. He doesn’t know what his future holds this week, even. But the veteran quarterback wants to make one thing clear: He wants to stay in Denver.

Tim Tebow shows solid power, speed and shaky skills in MLB workout

Tim Tebow has taken his first big swing at a baseball career, showing off a powerful bat and a few areas of needed improvement in a workout for dozens of major league scouts.

Islamic State group says spokesman killed in Syria

The Islamic State group’s spokesman and chief strategist, who laid out the blueprint for the extremist group’s attacks against the West, has been killed while overseeing operations in northern Syria, the group announced Tuesday.

Your dog really does know what you’re saying, and a brain scan shows how

Your dog gets you. I mean, he really gets you. No, really —  he actually does. So say scientists in Hungary, who have published a groundbreaking study that found dogs understand both the meaning of words and the intonation used to speak them.

Centura Health plans new, smaller hospital to replace St. Vincent in Leadville

  Leadville residents could soon get a state-of-the-art health care facility to replace the aging St. Vincent Hospital under an agreement reached between the hospital district’s board and Centennial-based hospital group Centura Health. The district said Tuesday it plans to take out a 35-year, low-interest-rate loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to build the new hospital, which initial […]

Britton Colquitt, who saved the Broncos in the playoffs, cut from Denver’s roster with two others

Britton Colquitt, the veteran punter so often leaned on during the Broncos’ playoff run last season, was removed from Denver’s roster Tuesday as the team met the NFL’s first deadline for roster cuts.

CU Boulder drops to No. 10 on Princeton Review’s “Reefer Madness” list

The University of Colorado’s Boulder campus dropped to No. 10 on this year’s “Reefer Madness” list compiled by the Princeton Review. The university was ranked No. 7 ranking last year after topping the list in 2012.

Wrong-way driver in Parker wreck that injured six, and killed one, identified

A 45-year-old man who drove his truck the wrong way on Parker Road Saturday night caused multi-vehicle wreck that killed him and injured six other people, Parker police said Tuesday.

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