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  • Lynx sighting in San Juan Mountains (Photo Reddit)

    Rare Lynx sighting in Southwest Colorado

    DURANGO, Colo. – A rare sighting of two Canadian Lynx was captured in Colorado and the photo has since gone abuzz on, a popular social news and entertainment website. The photo was taken on Molas Pass between Silverton and Durango on the weekend of Jan. 20 by retired National Park Service employee Steve Chaney. The rare mammal found mostly in northern forests of Canada and Alaska has been commonly mistaken as a bobcat and satirically described by many online […]

  • Ruby Hill Rail Yard

    Ruby Hill Rail Yard opens in Denver

    DENVER, Colo. – Many Denver residents will forget paying for a pricey lift ticket at ski resorts to learn to ski/board or simply practice new tricks. The free Ruby Hill Rail Yard opened Monday in Denver with more than an acre of man-made snow and ten different rails built in for the public enjoyment. The park, located at the intersection of Platte River Drive and Jewell Avenue in Denver, is a yearly collaboration between Winter Park Resorts who provides the […]

  • Nine-year-old girl found dead in Superior identified

    BOULDER, Colo. – Boulder County Officials have identified the 9-year-old girl who was found dead by relatives in her bedroom Saturday as Nicole Haley, according to the Daily Camera. Police responded to a 911 call by family members Saturday morning in the 1000 block of Stoneham Street in Superior on reports of the unresponsive girl. Family members attempted to resuscitate Haley before emergency crews arrived but were unsuccessful. Haley was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials. The cause […]

  • Fidelity Investments to bring up to 500 jobs to Denver

    DENVER, Colo. – Any New Year resolutions to land a new job could be fulfilled by Fidelity Investments as the multinational financial services company plans to add up to 500 new jobs in the newly-leased Greenwood Village office. The Denver Business Journal reported Monday that Fidelity has leased 100,000 square feet in the Fiddler’s Green Office Center and is hiring now for a hopeful opening sometime in the second quarter of this year. “Colorado has long been a magnet for […]

  • Young Vail native making history on U.S. Ski Team

    17-year old Mikaela Shriffrin is an Eagle County resident who recently became the first American to clench two World Cup wins in a single season before the age of 18.

  • Glenn Beck rejected by Current TV: Al Jazeera to buy channel

    Former Fox News host Glenn Beck tried to buy Al Gore’s small cable channel Current TV last year, but was rejected, Yahoo News reports. Beck confirmed being shunned by Current TV  in a tweet: “Before Al-Jazeera bought Current TV, TheBlaze looked into buying it but we were rejected by progressive owners.” Gore netted $100 million with his 20 percent stake in the network when it was sold to the Qatar-funded Arab news channel Al-Jazeera for a reported $500 million Wednesday. […]

  • Boulder police are warning residents after a jogger in the area was attacked by a coyote on Dec. 29, 2012. (Photo: Flickr)

    Coyote bites jogger near Boulder Creek Path prompting high foot patrol

    BOULDER, Colo. – Heavier foot patrol will spread around the Boulder Creek Path in east Boulder after a jogger was bitten in the calf by a coyote Satrurday, the Daily Camera reports. The incident happened on Dec. 29, on the same trail where two prior coyote incidents have been reported in the past two weeks — one of which involved a coyote lunging at the feet of a cyclist. The latest incident occurred between 10:30 and 10:50 a.m. on the Skunk Creek Trail. […]

  • Police: Suspects caused $70,000 in damage to former CU frat house

    BOULDER, Colo. — In its heyday  it would have taken a wild party to cause $70,000 worth of damage to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity on the CU-Boulder campus. But, according to police, it only took six suspects to cause that much destruction at the former frat house last month. On Friday, Boulder police released surveillance footage showing some of the suspects throwing rocks and breaking windows outside of the vacant building at 1101 University Avenue, which used to house the University […]

  • Retired Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, who commanded coalition forces during the Gulf War, died Thursday, December 27, 2012, a U.S. official said. He was 78. (Photo: CNN)

    Gen. Schwarzkopf ‘proud’ of his time spent in Telluride

    TELLURIDE, Colo. — The town of Telluride has lost one of its own charitable citizens with the death of retired General Norman Schwarzkopf. After Schwarzkopf’s extensive and highly-respected contributions to the U.S. Army, Schwarzkopf retired with a home in Telluride on Bridge Lane in the Ski Ranches subdivision on Turkey Creek Mesa, according to public records. Though Schwarzkopf lived in Tampa, Fla. until his death, he purchased his Telluride home in February 1995 and was one of the many celebrities […]

  • VIDEO: Shark tank aquarium bursts onto crowd in China

    SHANGHAI, China — A 30-ton aquarium housing sharks, turtles, and fish suddenly collapsed onto a crowd of people in China, and it was all caught on video. The tank in the Shanghai shopping mall had six-inch thick acrylic glass – officials still don’t know what caused it to shatter. 16 people were injured during the incident last week, but are expected to be okay. Three lemon sharks and dozens of turtles and small fish were killed. The shopping center says […]

  • Greeley chiropractor arrested, accused of ‘digitally penetrating’ patient

    GREELEY, Colo. – Greeley police arrested Dr. Jack Cody of Cody Chiropractic Monday, after a patient accused him of sexual assault. The incident occurred two days prior to the arrest and was reported to police the same day. The victim, whose name has not been released, stated that she had been receiving treatment from Cody, 65,  for some time, and he had become increasingly inappropriate each visit.  Her session on Dec. 22 was for an ultrasound treatment. She told investigators that […]

  • Police: Colorado Springs man shoots at officer, two arrested

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado Springs Police arrested two men suspected of burglary Wednesday night after one of them shot at officers while fleeing by foot. According to police, officers were called to a home on North Nevada Avenue Wednesday evening for a burglary in process. The caller stated two suspects drove behind a home with a “No Trespassing” sign and were looking through windows with a flashlight. The caller claimed the two entered the home, exited and then left […]

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