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  • Pregnant women must work hard to stay healthy during holidays

    DENVER — For pregnant women expecting to deliver a baby in December, the approach of the holidays can be a big challenge and it’s reason for them to work extra hard at staying healthy. When you think about the increase of rich food at the holidays, the parties during the season and travel, you can see why it might be harder to stay healthy. Joana Canals and the folks at St. Joseph’s Hospital have some expert advice to help these […]

  • Managing Editor

    KDVR/Fox31 Denver and KWGN/Colorado’s Own Channel Two, seek a Managing Editor who will oversee daily news coverage on both stations. Candidates should have a thorough understanding of contemporary broadcast and digital newsgathering, including: logistics, technology, conversational writing storytelling techniques, FOIA and CORA familiarity, computer-assisted reporting skills and knowledge of assignment desk functions. Other requirements: Great people skills and the ability to motivate and inspire a talented team of reporters, photojournalists and other members of the news staff Keen attention to […]

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    Report: Average Coloradan graduates with $24,540 student loan debt

    DENVER — Student loan debt continues to pile up on America’s college graduates, topping an average $29,000 per student last year. The average debt load for the class of 2012 was $29,400 — up more than 10% from the previous year, according to a report released Wednesday by the Institute for College Access & Success’ Project on Student Debt. Colorado was a little below the average, according to the report. About 52 percent of Coloradan’s graduate with student debt, and […]

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    US Ski Team: Lindsey Vonn cleared for downhill training

    LAKE LOUISE, Alberta — Lindsey Vonn has been cleared to get back on a World Cup course for downhill training, the latest step as she works to return from a right knee injury and get ready for the Sochi Olympics. According to the Associated Press, the next step in the process for Vonn is waiting to find out whether she’ll actually be racing by the end of this week. The four-time overall World Cup champion and reigning Olympic downhill gold […]

  • A sign outside a Schlotzsky's restaurant in Abilene, Texas had a lot of people talking. I stated that the establishment was "closed for attitude adjustment." (Photo: Twitter / @KHOU)

    Owner decides employees need ‘attitude adjustment,’ closes business

    ABILENE, Texas – A Texas business was closed this week, while a business owner urged his employees get an “attitude adjustment.” According to KHOU.com, the owner of the Schlotzky’s Deli and Cinnabon in Abilene, Texas decided to temporarily close his business and put his employees on blast publicly with a sign outside his shop that read “Closed for attitude adjustment. Re-opening Dec. 4.” When asked about the decision to close his business, the owner said the services offered to his […]

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    VIDEO: Ron Burgundy interviews Broncos’ Peyton Manning

    DENVER — Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning doesn’t give out one-on-one interviews very often, but when ‘Anchorman 2’s’ Ron Burgundy comes calling, Manning apparently listens. Take a peek at a couple snippets from Manning’s exclusive interview with Burgundy, also known as Will Ferrell, in the video above. The interview will air in its entirety on Thursday night when Ferrell’s character hosts SportsCenter at 4 p.m. MST.

  • These five former Kansas City Chiefs are suing the team, alleging they covered up information about head injuries. (Photo: FOX4KC.com)

    5 former KC Chiefs players file lawsuit over concussions

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (FOX4KC.com) — Five former Kansas City Chiefs team members who played defensive positions  in the 80s and 90s, have filed a lawsuit against the Kansas City Chiefs organization, their attorney announced on Tuesday. According to FOX4KC.com, the former Chiefs claim they suffer from post-concussion syndrome and latent brain disease, which they say was directly caused by the Chiefs’ ‘wrongful conduct’, according to the lawsuit. The defendants claim the Chiefs marginalized the risks of brain injuries and regularly […]

  • The 411 on holiday happenings from 303 Magazine

    DENVER — Here it is. The 411 on holiday happening around Denver from 303 Magazine. Watch the video for the 411 with 303 and all the hottest topics in fashion, food, music, and holiday events.

  • Parente and his dog grace the cover of ‘Denver Dog’ magazine

    DENVER — It’s no secret, I’ve gone to the dogs! When Jake and I adopted Hurley from the Dumb Friends League last year, we knew it would change our lives. We had no idea just how much. Case in point: Hurley is now a cover model. Can you believe it? Hurley, along with his side kick is on the cover of Denver Dog Magazine. Their December issue is out on newsstands. It’s a tell all. My dog is dishing on […]

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    NORAD adds fighter jets to escort Santa in animation of Christmas Eve flight

    Santa will have some extra security as he flies through the sky on Christmas eve: a couple of military fighter jets. The North American Aerospace Defense Command added the twist to this year’s animated tracking of Santa’s reindeer flight from the North Pole. But the addition is not sitting well with some child advocates. They claim military jets have no place in the childhood fantasy. A spokesman for NORAD says adding the jets was part of an effort to give […]

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    Controversial SnoreStop billboard couples soldier with Muslim

    A billboard that’s sparking mixed reaction is coming soon to San Diego. The advertisement, for an anti-snoring product called SnoreStop, features a U.S. soldier embracing a Muslim woman with the slogan “keeping you together.” It is already on display along Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.

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    Christian Bale explains his decision to visit Aurora theater memorial, victims

    LOS ANGELES — In his new film “Out of the Furnace,” Christian Bale plays a soft-spoken, unlikely hero. And in the opinion of many Coloradans, it’s a role he played in real life when he came to our state in the wake of the Aurora theater tragedy. Without fanfare or publicity, Christian Bale arrived at the crosses at the makeshift memorial not because he had to, but because he wanted to. Bale made efforts to deliberately stay out of the […]