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  • Frog slime could become cure for flu

    A compound found in the protective slime of an Indian frog destroys flu viruses and might become a powerful new drug to treat influenza, according to research. The compound cured mice of killer doses of human flu. Researchers hope to develop it and other compounds like it into antiviral drugs to treat people. The research team reported its findings in the journal Immunity. The team found the peptide in mucus taken from the skin of a frog species called Hydrophylax […]

  • Yoga camps at Chautauqua Park

    BOULDER, Colo. — Fitness for Living PowerFit Yoga is holding its Yoga camps at Chautauqua Park. The five-week camps meet two mornings a week and will continue through September. This energetic, fitness-based approach to yoga is ideal for people who want to lose weight, reduce stress, improve back health or simply increase overall health and well-being. Fitness For Living’s PowerFit Yoga Camps are held outdoors May – September and indoors October – April. Upcoming sessions are May 9 and June […]

  • Pueblo chile license plate bill heads to governor’s desk

    DENVER — A new license plate featuring Pueblo chiles is heading to the governor’s desk. The bill, sponsored by Pueblo Democrat Daneya Esgar, to create the license plate as an option for Colorado car owners to purchase and display passed the State Senate, 29-6. The license plate will serve as a part of the statewide branding campaign to support local pride and loyalty for Colorado agriculture, notably the Pueblo Chile Growers Association. The association is made up of 16 family […]

  • Man arrested in connection to Westminster bank robbery

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — A man accused of robbing a Westminster bank was arrested Sunday in Highlands Ranch, the FBI said. Clayton Catlin, 44, was arrested without incident and appeared in a Denver courtroom on Monday afternoon. He is due back in court Tuesday morning for a detention hearing and preliminary hearing. Prosecutors say Catlin robbed the TCF Bank at 7206 Federal Blvd. in Westminster on March 24. Catlin was on federal probation for a bank robbery about 10 years […]

  • Colorado Symphony conductor dresses as dinosaur for Comic Con

    DENVER — The Colorado Symphony performed at Comic Con, and there was only one way to hear John William’s theme from “Jurassic Park.” Conductor Christopher Dragon took to the stage in a T-Rex costume to lead the symphony. It happened during the symphony’s “Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con.” The program emphasized the music of popular movies and video games.

  • Frisco Town Council seeks housing task force members

    FRISCO, Colo. — The Frisco Town Council is forming a housing task force that is scheduled to begin in late spring. It will meet twice a month for six months. The goal of the task force is to help create a strategic housing plan for short- and long-term workforce housing. To join the task force, applications are available at and must be received by 5 p.m. Monday at Frisco Town Hall (1 Main St.) or by email to […]

  • Free transponders available for HOV carpool drivers

    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Transportation is giving away free transponders for carpool drivers who use the Interstate 25 and U.S. 36 Express Lanes. The transponders usually cost $15, but CDOT and High Performance Transportation Enterprise made the change to make carpooling easier. The transponders can be moved to different vehicles, but the program comes with some rules. If drivers plan to use any of the other Colorado tolled roads such as the Interstate 70 Mountain Express Lane, E-470 […]

  • Bennet, Gardner propose arresting senators if federal government shuts down

    WASHINGTON — Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner introduced a bill to pressure Congress to avoid or quickly end a government shutdown. The country faces another government shutdown over funding at the end of April. If that happens, the bill, if enacted, would set into motion a constant series of votes until a bill to reopen the government is signed into law. It would keep senators on the job until the government is reopened. If a majority of senators […]

  • Bailey family rescued after being stranded for 2 days on Utah river

    ESCALANTE, Utah — A pastor and his family from Bailey is safe after being stranded for two days along the Escalante River in southern Utah, the Associated Press reports. Garfield County Sheriff Ray Gardner said the family — a father, mother and two teenage girls — lost most of their kayak paddles on Friday when they hit a rough patch of the river, capsizing and scattering their gear. They collected some of it while waiting for help. The family waited […]

  • Frontier Airlines files for IPO

    DENVER — Frontier Airlines is going public with an initial public offering. It will be the first airline to go public in three years. According to Bloomberg News, the stock sale is expected to happen sometime in the second quarter, but no exact date has been released. Frontier reported a net income of $200 million last year. That’s up more than 40 percent since 2014. It also reported more than $1.7 billion in operating revenue in 2016. More than $725 […]

  • Report ranks Denver 24th most expensive for rent in country

    DENVER — A report shows rents in the Denver metro area continue to fluctuate. According to Zumper, a national apartment rental company, a one-bedroom apartment in Denver averaged $1,210 in March, down 3.2 percent from February and unchanged from March 2016. But the price of a two-bedroom apartment has increased 1.8 percent from February to $1,680, though it’s down 4 percent from March 2016. Denver ranked No. 24 nationally for rent, down two spots from the February report. Nationally, renting […]

  • Tebow now a New York Met

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is now officially an aspiring New York Met. Tebow is on his way for the three-week instructional league at Tradition Field in Florida. He signed with the Mets for a $100,000 bonus and will try to carve out a career in baseball despite an 11-year absence from the game. Instructional league is where players learn to polish their skills, with an emphasis on individual instruction. He’s scheduled to play five […]