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  • Sexually violent predator changes Boulder address

    BOULDER, Colo. — A sexually violent predator has secured a bed at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, the Boulder Police Department said Monday. David Bland, 43, was convicted of a sex offense, which requires him to register with law enforcement. Bland has been determined to present a high potential to reoffend, which is why police notified the public of his residence. Bland originally registered with the Boulder Police Department as a sexually violent predator on Aug. 3, when his […]

  • ‘Dark Tower’ tops ‘Dunkirk’ in the weekend’s top 5 films

    LOS ANGELES — Halle Berry hit the weekend box office with a new thriller, alongside the latest Stephen King adaption. All while a group of girls and everyone’s favorite emojis kept audiences coming back for more. Here’s a look at this weekend’s top five films everyone is talking about. 5. “Kidnap” Debuting in fifth place, Halle Berry’s latest movie “Kidnap” hit the ground running with $10.2 million in ticket sales this weekend. Playing the role of a mother, desperate to […]

  • Teen with leukemia receives postcards from around the world

    WENTZVILLE, Mo. — It’s not something any high school sophomore expects to deal with, but just more than a month ago, 15-year-old Sully Menne was diagnosed with leukemia. Which means instead of a fun-filled summer, Menne has spent his vacation in and out of hospital rooms, facing endless rounds of chemotherapy and other procedures. “I thought he had a resistant bug or something and he would be fine,” his mother, Mande said. “Maybe stay a couple of nights in the hospital but […]

  • Weekend Box Office: Spider-Man swings to second place

    HOLLYWOOD – It’s a wrap for this weekend’s box office, and the war for number one all came down to a teenage superhero versus a planet of apes. Here’s a look at the top five films everyone is talking about.   #5 – “The Big Sick” “The Big Sick” expanded into wide release in it’s fourth weekend, and audiences responded with $7.6 million in ticket sales. This romantic comedy follows the relationship between a Pakistani comic and an American grad […]

  • Celebrate National ‘I Love Horses Day’ with this Little Hooves live cam

    WASHINGTON – They may have “Little Hooves,” as the website promises, but one look at these foals enjoying life on the farm and those little hooves will make a big imprint on your heart.  Owners Taylor and Brenda have been breeding miniature horses in Washington state for nearly 10 years. Now, thanks to the power of the internet, horse lovers can enjoy a live feed of the beauties in foal directly on the Little Hooves website. Much like April the […]

  • Llamas behind the Leadville Trail 100 Run

    LEADVILLE, Colo. — The Leadville Trail 100 Run is about to stage its 35th annual race. For the past 30 years, a small group of llamas has played a huge part in making it happen. The so-called “Race Across the Sky” 100-mile run began in 1983. It’s known for the extreme terrain racers must conquer, with elevations of 9,200 and 12,600 feet. It’s an arduous effort for which every finisher is awarded an iconic belt buckle and a lifetime of […]

  • Gov. Hickenlooper says ‘state of health’ is in a state of risk

    DENVER — Four years after its release, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s plan to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation faces a number of obstacles should the Senate move forward with proposed cuts to health programs. The ambitious plan, “The State of Health: Colorado’s Commitment to become the Healthiest State,” has completed a number of goals that were set in 2013. It includes expanding public and private insurance coverage, closing gaps in access to primary care, and strengthening Colorado’s health […]

  • Third man pleads guilty in attempted robbery, death of Denver taxi driver

    DENVER — The third and final suspect involved in the attempted robbery and deadly shooting of a Denver taxi driver has pleaded guilty to an added count of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, the Denver District Attorney’s Office said Monday. Christian Willis was 17 years old on Sept. 5, 2015, when he participated in an attempt to rob 49-year-old Darren Bloomquist. It was during that robbery attempt that Bloomquist was shot and killed. Willis was also facing one count […]

  • Big weekend for movies at box office

    LOS ANGELES — If you sought some relief from the heat in an air conditioned movie theater this weekend, you weren’t alone. The top five movies brought in more than $180 million in ticket sales.  With more than half of that amount going to one film in particular. Here are the five films everyone is talking about this weekend. “Transformers: The Last Night” Falling to fifth place, Mark Wahlberg and his mechanical crew took in $6.3 million for “Transformers: The […]

  • Study: Colorado among top 5 most patriotic states in America

    DENVER — As Colorado prepares to celebrate the nation’s independence, personal finance website WalletHub is giving the Centennial State one more reason to celebrate. The website listed Colorado among the top five most patriotic states in America. The state didn’t gain the honor for setting off the most fireworks or selling the most hot dogs. Instead, Colorado gained notoriety based off of resident’s military and civic engagement. WalletHub ranked military engagement based on the number of Coloradoan’s enlisted, how many […]

  • SBA offers disaster assistance to Denver metro residents affected by hailstorm

    DENVER — It has been called the most expensive hailstorm in Colorado’s history. Insurance losses are estimated to reach more than $1.4 billion from the hailstorm that swept the metro area on May 8. The most expensive hailstorm before then was the $1.1 billion storm of July 11, 1990. Now that Gov. John Hickenlooper has declared the hailstorm a disaster, the U.S. Small Business Administration is able to offer low-interest federal disaster loans to businesses and residents affected in the […]

  • CDOT’s Bustang service joins forces with Greyhound

    DENVER — Greyhound and Bustang are joining forces in a new ticketing agreement the Colorado Department of Transportation has made to give its passengers more travel options. CDOT announced Tuesday that passengers with a Bustang ticket will soon be allowed to use that same ticket on a Greyhound bus. The goal is to allow Bustang riders easier access to other national destinations, while also allowing Greyhound the ability to offer rides to smaller Colorado destinations such as Monument, Loveland and […]