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    Local NewsDenver police, feds conduct large-scale raids on marijuana grow sites

    10/29/2014 08:31 AM MDT
    Denver police officers, some in hazmat suits, raided multiple marijuana-growing operations Tuesday, part of an investigation into illegal marijuana sales in Minnesota, a federal law enforcement official said. 
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    Pro Challenge economic impact on Colorado deepens to $130 million
    10/29/2014 12:43 AM MDT - The fourth iteration of the USA Pro Challenge cycling race across Colorado in August once again drew more than 1 million spectators. Full Story

    Police advise of sex offender living in Longmont
    10/27/2014 03:47 PM MDT - Longmont police on Monday released the identity of a man meeting the criteria for "violent sexual predator" who is living in the city limits.  Full Story

    Boulder Valley Velodrome asking for help from Erie building officials
    10/22/2014 09:21 PM MDT - After more than two-and-a-half years of building, and some notable setbacks, owners Doug Emerson and Frank Banta are asking for help from the town of Erie to get things rolling at the much-anticipated Boulder Valley Velodrome. Full Story

    Officials: Teen girls likely recruited online to join Islamic State
    10/23/2014 10:02 AM MDT - Authorities believe that three Colorado teenagers likely were recruited online to travel to Germany, apparently on their way to join the Islamic State, school officials said Wednesday. Full Story

    Longmont police credit first responders with saving detective's life
    10/22/2014 02:42 PM MDT - Fast-acting first responders are being credited with saving a Longmont police detective's life after he suffered a heart attack behind the wheel and crashed into a building Tuesday. Full Story

    Canada's PM says shooting rampage was terrorism
    10/22/2014 08:17 PM MDT - OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A masked gunman killed a soldier standing guard at Canada's war memorial Wednesday, then stormed Parliament in an attack that was stopped cold when he was shot to death by the ceremonial sergeant-at-arms. Full Story

    Arkansas sex offender sentenced to federal prison for failing to register in Boulder
    10/21/2014 02:26 PM MDT - A sex offender from Arkansas has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison after moving to Boulder and failing to register his change of address, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Full Story

    Parents reported $2,000 missing as teens headed to join Islamic State
    10/22/2014 05:27 PM MDT - Three teen girls from Arapahoe County told their parents they were on their way to school Friday morning, but within hours they were flying overseas apparently seeking to join Islamic State fighters, officials said Tuesday. Full Story

    Native Roots pot dispensary skirts Longmont moratorium by opening in unincorporated enclave
    10/21/2014 06:27 AM MDT - "We're proud of our bud," explains Mike Okada, general retail manager of the new Native Roots dispensary in Longmont. Full Story

    College FootballCU football: Time for Buffs to rise and shine

    CU seeks to end trend of slow starts in early

    Two weeks ago in Colorado's loss to USC, the Trojans threw two touchdown passes before Buffs quarterback Sefo Liufau had his first completion.

    Last week in a loss to UCLA, the Buffs began the game with four punts and an interception while the Bruins were establishing a 17-0 lead.

     
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    College FootballCU football: Time for Buffs to rise and shine

    CU seeks to end trend of slow starts in early

    Two weeks ago in Colorado's loss to USC, the Trojans threw two touchdown passes before Buffs quarterback Sefo Liufau had his first completion.

    Last week in a loss to UCLA, the Buffs began the game with four punts and an interception while the Bruins were establishing a 17-0 lead.

     
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    Second Story Garage: Gipsy Moon

    If you set out to describe the spirit of the town of Nederland to someone who's never been there, you'd do worse than to simply play the music of Gipsy Moon, a band that was born in Nederland and that seems to translate the town's free-spirited, high-country, homespun, loose-fitting creativity into music. Full Story