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$20,000 cabinet discovered in barn near Steamboat Springs - The Denver Post
A unique piece of folk art in the form of a wooden cabinet is fetching a $18,508 price tag now that it's been salvaged from a Routt County barn and appraised. Steamboat Moxie Home Consignments and Design owner Michelle Caragol said the store had been contacted in early June to pick up some furniture from a Stagecoach home and have it sold on consignment.
Renck: MLB players should demand tougher penalties, stronger testing - The Denver Post
Melky Cabrera is a reminder that cheaters are difficult to profile. He's a quiet guy who doesn't hit many home runs or crave attention. He didn't take a performance-enhancing drug to break any records. His motivation was simple: break the bank.
Man who left dog on Colorado mountain faces animal cruelty charge - The Denver Post
A man who left his dog at the summit of Mount Bierstadt will face animal cruelty charges. Anthony Joseph Ortolani is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 16, according to a Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office media release.
Holmes' attorneys try to block CU from turning over records - The Denver Post
Attorneys for Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes sought Thursday to block prosecutors from obtaining records about him from the University of Colorado. In a hearing in Arapahoe County District Court, Holmes' lawyers filed a motion to quash a subpoena for records served on CU by prosecutors.
Hotels That Serve Glorified Prison Food For Breakfast
I've never been to prison, but I can't help but wonder if convicts get a nicer breakfast than what you find on the breakfast buffets at most American chain hotels these days. This year, I've had the displeasure of sampling the breakfast buffets at almost every major hotel chain, including Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hilton Garden Inn, Hyatt House, Westin and others.
Extent of injuries inflicted on Aurora shooting victims emerges - The Denver Post
The flood of injured victims from the Century Aurora 16 theaters, where a lone gunman wrought havoc and death at a midnight premiere, arrived in the wee hours last Friday morning at six metro-area hospitals any way they could get there - in ambulances, police cars, even private vehicles.
Aurora victim released from hospital; says he forgives shooter - The Denver Post
AURORA - One of the victims in the Aurora theater shooting said Wednesday he
Some of the most injured in Aurora massacre waited for help - The Denver Post
AURORA - While Aurora Police charged into a multiplex theater within three minutes of the first report of a shooting there, more than 20 additional minutes passed before medical personnel arrived at the epicenter, a period when at least one victim was still alive but in desperate need of medical attention.
Aurora theater shooting: Gun sales up since tragedy - The Denver Post
Background checks for people wanting to buy guns in Colorado jumped more than 41 percent after Friday morning's shooting at an Aurora movie theater, and firearms instructors say they're also seeing increased interest in the training required for a concealed-carry permit. "It's been insane," Jake Meyers, an employee at Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo in Parker, said Monday.
Sampras expects Federer to beat Murray in final - The Denver Post
WIMBLEDON, England-Pete Sampras expects Roger Federer to beat Andy Murray in the Wimbledon final, allowing the Swiss star to tie two of the American's records: seven titles at the All England Club, and 286 weeks ranked No. 1. "Personally," Sampras said with a chuckle, "I've gotten used to Roger breaking my records."
RAW VIDEO: Evacuating the Waldo Canyon Fire | Denver Post Photos, Video
Jeffrey Lucas describes his first person point of view while evacuating his family's home in the Mountain Shadows area in Colorado Springs.
How Twitter hashtags help during Colorado wildfires, other disasters
Hashtags are the simplest, but also among the most effective, tools Twitter offers when it comes to Colorado's plague of wildfires. If you're not new to Twitter, you know what a hashtag is. But if you don't, here's a quick look: A hashtag is any string of letter and numbers preceded immediately by a hash, or pound sign.
Newsroom | Office of Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock
DENVER - Mayor Michael B. Hancock today appointed Rowena Alegría as Director of Communications. Alegría recently served as Editor and Publisher of The Denver Post's Viva Colorado and has nearly 20 years of experience in the fields of journalism and communications.
Newly named Archbishop Samuel Aquila at home in Denver, public square - The Denver Post
Denver's newly named archbishop, Samuel J. Aquila, bishop of the small Fargo Diocese in North Dakota, indicated Tuesday he will have one foot planted in the pastoral care of his 550,000-member flock and one just as firmly placed in the public square as his predecessor, Charles Chaput.
Mitt Romney in Colorado: Stable Craig not the picture of failure - The Denver Post
Apr 29: Mitt Romney shifting campaign strategy to offer more intimate look Apr 25: Romney sweeps 5 primaries, targets Obama Apr 8: Romney has long friendship with Israeli premier Netanyahu Apr 3: Romney makes inroads with the right in Wis., Md A Romney sweep: He takes Wisconsin, Maryland, DC Mar
Rapids player ratings vs. Kansas City: Backline turns flatline into survival | The Terrace - Colorado Rapids - The Denver Post
This installment of Rapids player ratings come courtesy of Craig de Aragon, a longtime Rapids fan, committee member with the Class VI supporters group and current Rapids correspondent on the "Around The League" show on the Champions Soccer Radio Network: I spent Saturday morning sitting in a classroom learning how to do CPR and First Aid.
Colorado breweries win 27 medals at World Beer Cup | First Drafts - First Drafts - The Denver Post
Colorado breweries on Saturday night brought home 27 medals - 13 of them gold - at the World Beer Cup, an elite international competition staged every two years by the Boulder-based Brewers Association. Longtime Denver brewery Bull & Bush had an outstanding showing, getting called to the podium four times.
Boulder's famous 'falling bear' killed on U.S. 36 - The Denver Post
The bear famously tranquilized on the University of Colorado campus last week, and immortalized in a viral photo by CU student Andy Duann, met a tragic death early Thursday in the Denver-bound lanes of U.S. 36. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials said a 280-pound black bear that died on U.S.
Secret Service agent posts Palin photo, comment to Facebook page | The Spot - Denver, Colorado politics and government news - The Denver Post
A member of the Secret Service who posted a Denver Post photo of himself with Sarah Palin on his Facebook page now probably wishes he hadn't. The photo of Palin and agent David Chaney - and the interesting comment he posted with it - has gone viral after he resigned in the wake of the prostitute scandal enveloping his agency.