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    Dynel Lane charged with unlawful termination of pregnancy, attempted murder in Longmont attack

    Coroner: No evidence baby 'exhibited any signs of life outside of the womb'
    03/27/2015 08:01 PM MDT
    Saying a coroner's ruling leaves them unable to file a murder charge against the Longmont suspect accused of cutting a fetus from another woman's womb, prosecutors Friday charged Dynel Lane with attempted first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy, among other crimes. 
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    Longmont police ID one of two suspects in stabbing over Facebook post
    03/27/2015 10:21 PM MDT - Longmont police say they've identified one of two men suspected in connection with a Wednesday night stabbing, apparently motivated by a Facebook post. Full Story

    Drowning of Dynel Lane's toddler in 2002 won't be re-investigated
    03/27/2015 04:10 PM MDT - The Pueblo County Sheriff's Department on Friday said a second look at the 2002 drowning death of Michael Alexander Cruz, the toddler son of Dynel Lane, indicated no need for a new investigation. Full Story

    Boulder DA: No murder charge in Longmont fetal abduction case
    03/27/2015 06:29 AM MDT - Dynel Lane, suspected of attacking a pregnant Longmont woman last week and removing her baby, will not be charged with murder, District Attorney Stan Garnett told the Camera on Thursday evening. Full Story

    GOP aghast at Klingenschmitt's act-of-God comment in baby's death
    03/27/2015 03:42 PM MDT - Several leading Colorado Republicans lashed out Thursday against state Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt, saying his "curse of God" comments about an attack on a pregnant woman whose baby was cut from her womb were "disgusting" and "reprehensible." Full Story

    Longmont police: Man stabbed over Facebook post
    03/26/2015 10:57 AM MDT - Police are searching for two men wanted in connection with a stabbing Wednesday night in Longmont that was apparently sparked by a Facebook post. Full Story

    Oklahoma man killed self in Keystone after friend says he ate pot candies
    03/27/2015 02:21 AM MDT - A 22-year-old Oklahoma man fatally shot himself with his gun on Saturday while on a family ski vacation in Colorado, according to reports from the Summit County sheriff's and coroner's offices. Full Story

    Erie family has no reservations about saving pups
    03/26/2015 05:21 PM MDT - As she cleans the puddle of pee on her living room floor, Erie resident Amy Simms snickers at the high-pitched squeaks coming from the guilty party excitedly wagging its tail behind her. The Erie Middle School teacher can't be mad at the 3-month-old mutt, Bella, for making a mess — she's too cute and accident clean-up has become part of Simms' daily routine. In November, Simms volunteered to coordinate Colorado adoptions for LightShine Canine, a nonprofit that rescues dogs from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Nearly 30 puppies have shuffled through Simms' home since the first batch arrived in December, staining the house with messes and memories that linger long after the dogs have left.  Full Story

    32 indicted in massive Colorado marijuana trafficking investigation
    03/26/2015 09:04 AM MDT - Colorado officials have won indictments against 32 people accused of being part of a multimillion-dollar scheme to grow marijuana illegally in Colorado and ship it out of state. Full Story

    Family: Michelle Wilkins released from Longmont hospital, 'in a safe place'
    03/25/2015 12:52 PM MDT - The family of Michelle Wilkins announced Wednesday that she's been released from Longmont United Hospital a week after her brutal attack, and is taking the first steps in what promises to be a long journey toward recovery. Full Story

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    CU basketballCU basketball: Rick George confident in future of hoops programs

    Colorado AD stands by Boyle, Lappe after first losing seasons at CU
    Like everybody else associated with the Colorado men's and women's basketball teams, athletic director Rick George was disappointed in how this past season played out. Full Story
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    CU basketballCU basketball: Rick George confident in future of hoops programs

    Colorado AD stands by Boyle, Lappe after first losing seasons at CU
    Like everybody else associated with the Colorado men's and women's basketball teams, athletic director Rick George was disappointed in how this past season played out. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: Aspen Hourglass

    Most people don't play guitar like Grayson Erhard does. That's because most people can't play guitar like he does. The guitarist for Fort Collins' Aspen Hourglass often uses a difficult two-hands-on-the-fretboard technique that Eddie Van Halen first popularized but which players such as Erhard have developed beyond pop-rock vulgarity.  Full Story