Updated: February 22, 2015 10:05:23 AM MST
 
 
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    Local NewsTwo lawsuits filed Thursday aim to end pot sales in Colorado

    02/20/2015 02:15 PM MST
    Two federal lawsuits filed Thursday in Colorado aim to "end the sale of recreational marijuana in this state," according to attorney David Thompson, who represents the plaintiffs in both cases. 
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    Broomfield-based Ball announces $6.64B Rexam acquisition
    02/19/2015 04:18 PM MST - Ball is buying metal beverage can maker Rexam in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $6.64 billion in order to stay competitive against other packaging companies. Full Story

    Secundino Martinez trial: Doctor describes stab wounds in Longmont double-murder case
    02/20/2015 06:41 AM MST - Three women testified in District Court Thursday that they witnessed murder suspect Secundino "Dino" Martinez' demeanor change throughout the evening at a Longmont house party last year that ended with three stabbings, two of them fatal. Full Story

    Flood-displaced family will return to Lyons' first Habitat for Humanity home
    02/18/2015 02:16 PM MST - When he lists the parts of Lyons he misses since being displaced by the historic 2013 flood, one wouldn't expect Ramon Vasquez to list the St. Vrain River. After all, it was the river that flooded his town and destroyed his home, causing him and his family to lose everything. Full Story

    Lyons cancels vote to ban retail pot, but moratorium could be ahead
    02/18/2015 08:27 AM MST - After operating for months under the assumption that a March 24 special election in Lyons would include a measure seeking to ban recreational pot businesses, the town board voted Tuesday night to remove the ballot item altogether, citing insurmountable legal hurdles that would accompany such a vote. Full Story

    Carbondale PD: Man airlifted after wrecking SUV admits to killing his wife
    02/18/2015 08:27 AM MST - A man who crashed his SUV into a semi-trailer in Garfield County on Monday morning told emergency responders airlifting him to medical care that he had killed his wife in an apartment. Full Story

    Two issued summonses for Broomfield High BB gun shooting
    02/17/2015 02:47 PM MST - Broomfield police announced Tuesday they issued summonses to two men believed involved in a drive-by BB gun shooting last week at Broomfield High School. Full Story

    J-Lo, black Lab from Longmont, fails to advance at Westminster dog show
    02/17/2015 09:50 PM MST - J-Lo, the 2-year-old black Lab from Longmont, failed to advance at the 139th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show today in New York. Full Story

    Broomfield police issue metro-wide alert for suspect who dragged officer with car
    02/12/2015 03:29 PM MST - Broomfield police Thursday morning were looking for a suspect in a string of area burglaries who dragged an officer with his car as he attempted to flee a parking lot at Siena Reservoir. Full Story

    NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite launches in Florida
    02/11/2015 07:09 PM MST - Multiple days of frustration vanished Wednesday in a roar of the engines on a SpaceX Falcon rocket that successfully launched the nation's newest space weather observatory, to the delight of the staff at Boulder's Space Weather Prediction Center. Full Story

    (Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer)
    College basketballCU men's basketball: Askia Booker shines on Senior Night, Buffs beat ASU 87-81

    Team's star senior scores 29 points in final home game
    The night belonged the Askia Booker, but really, everybody in a Colorado uniform needed this one. Playing in his final game at Coors Events Center, Booker scored 29 points — the most he's ever scored at home — and the Buffaloes snapped a three-game losing streak by defeating Arizona State 87-81 on Sunday night. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer)
    College basketballCU men's basketball: Askia Booker shines on Senior Night, Buffs beat ASU 87-81

    Team's star senior scores 29 points in final home game
    The night belonged the Askia Booker, but really, everybody in a Colorado uniform needed this one. Playing in his final game at Coors Events Center, Booker scored 29 points — the most he's ever scored at home — and the Buffaloes snapped a three-game losing streak by defeating Arizona State 87-81 on Sunday night. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Bradford Lee Folk and the Bluegrass Playboys

    There aren't many farmers left in the country, let alone bluegrass musicians who are actually farmers. But Bradford Lee Folk has always been the real deal. Full Story