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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Green slime invasion choking Denver’s City Park lake

Denver parks and environmental crews blitzed the city’s signature lake Thursday at City Park, battling a putrid, globular green slime, up to 10 feet thick, that has grounded boats and upset visitors.

The search is on for Colorado’s next stars of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette”

Hopeful bachelors and bachelorettes flocked to the Hard Rock Cafe in their finest open-collared silk shirts and miniskirts, respectively, on Denver’s 16th Street Mall Thursday afternoon, hoping to dazzle Los Angeles-based casting directors with their looks, personality or some winning combination of both.

Amid effort to limit pot potency, industry strikes back with well-funded campaign

The Colorado Health Research Council announced its formation today to oppose Amendment 139, a constitutional amendment that would limit the THC-potency of marijuana and pot products at 16 percent.

Gennady Golovkin closes in on deal to box Chris Eubank Jr.

Gennady Golovkin is closing in on a deal to defend his three middleweight title belts against Britain’s Chris Eubank Jr.

Coroner identifies body found in Colorado River near Glenwood Springs

Authorities have identified the body of a man found Saturday in the Colorado River west of Glenwood Springs.

10 indicted by state in alleged Denver metro auto-theft, burglary ring

A state grand jury has handed down a 122-county indictment against 10 people in an alleged Denver-area auto theft and burglary ring that prosecutors say stole “well over” $800,000 in cars, trucks and other property.

Denver jail inmate commits suicide

An inmate serving a 220-day work-release sentence for drunken driving killed himself Wednesday in Larimer County, the Denver Sheriff Department reported.

Aurora officer cleared of shooting suspect who was stabbing a woman on street in December

An Aurora police officer will not be prosecuted for shooting and killing a man who was straddling his girlfriend and stabbing her in the middle of a snow-covered street in December.

CU hopes to avoid Folsom Field’s hard-partying rock past with Dead and Company

Rock concerts were a summer staple at University of Colorado Boulder’s Folsom Field in the 1970s and the first half of the 1980s, but only have been staged a handful of times since — largely because they sometimes drew raucous fans

John Malone may have bigger plans beyond Lions Gate purchase of Starz

John Malone has orchestrated another big media deal and he probably won’t stop there. On Thursday, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., the studio behind “Mad Men” and “The Hunger Games,” agreed to buy Malone’s Starz in a $4.4 billion deal, adding premium cable networks serving 56 million homes to its film and TV production businesses. If […]

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