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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Denver garage standoff with police ends with tear-gas-forced exit of 3

Denver police used tear gas to coax two women and a man out of a barricaded garage at Bayaud and King streets after a standoff Tuesday afternoon.

Theater shooting victim’s parents vow to keep fighting ammo sellers

The parents of Jessica Ghawi say they will continue their fight against online ammunition sellers even though a lawsuit against four such companies was dismissed last week.

Denver street sweeping parking schedule kicks off Wednesday

Don’t think of it as parking pain, view it as your contribution to air and water quality in Denver.

Gunsmoke Guns in Wheat Ridge searched by ATF agents

A Wheat Ridge gun store that was once featured on a television reality show is the scene of a law enforcement investigation Tuesday afternoon.

Denver DA: Man convicted in 3 sex assaults over 2 years

A man accused in three Denver sexual assaults over about two years was convicted on Monday afternoon and faces a possible life sentence.

Coroner: Suspect killed by officer in Moffat County was high on meth

A man slain after holding two law officers at gunpoint along the Colorado-Utah border in early March had high levels of methamphetamine in his blood, according to a coroner’s report.

Plaintiff’s lawyers chosen in gay marriage case before high court

The attorneys who will argue in favor of gay marriage rights before the U.S. Supreme Court include an attorney who argued the case that made Massachusetts the first state with marriage equality.

RTD lines back in service after power outage; delays expected through 2:15 p.m.

Six lines of the RTD light-rail system have been restored on Tuesday afternoon after shutting down because of a power loss.

Mark Mothersbaugh’s “Myopia” at MCA extended

Mark Mothersbaugh is photographed in front of what he calls an untitled coagulation of rugs and video exhibit at “Myopia.”

Colorado minimum-wage ballot bill dies, local control advances

The death of legislation to create a statewide vote on Colorado’s minimum wage could prove more a political talking point than the final word on whether paychecks get fatter for the state’s lowest-paid workers.

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