Picketers protest outside the Energy Expo and Forum

<!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): OAS_url = ‘http://oascentral.datasphere.com'; OAS_sitepage = ‘kjct/article'; OAS_pos = ‘Frame2′; try { OAS_query = ‘KJCT_COMMUNITY=’+__dsns_.GetCookie(‘dsnscomm’); } catch(e) { OAS_query = ”; } var OAS_RN = new String (Math.random()); var OAS_RNS = OAS_RN.substring (2,11); document.write(”); –> GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Controversy surrounded the Energy Expo and Forum at the Two Rivers […]

Lithuanian energy companies look to western Colorado as a prospective natural gas exporter

<!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): OAS_url = ‘http://oascentral.datasphere.com'; OAS_sitepage = ‘kjct/article'; OAS_pos = ‘Frame2′; try { OAS_query = ‘KJCT_COMMUNITY=’+__dsns_.GetCookie(‘dsnscomm’); } catch(e) { OAS_query = ”; } var OAS_RN = new String (Math.random()); var OAS_RNS = OAS_RN.substring (2,11); document.write(”); –> GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Western Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association welcomes a former […]

In Garco embezzlement case, state audit is key

A potential plea agreement for the former head of Garfield County’s motor vehicle department who is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the office hinges on the results of a forensic accounting performed by the state of Colorado, a prosecutor said this week. Robin McMillan, 51, of Rifle, is due to appear […]

Whit Boucher is the Energizer Bunny of ski bums

Inspirational settings paint a rich tableau for Boucher in the pursuit of his passion Whit Boucher can hardly sit still; he is a ball of energy pent up in a small frame. Infectious and inspired by his surroundings, he focuses that energy outward, from his skiing to his art to his brand development for local […]

City reviewing proposals for Old Power House

Ideas include brewery workplace, and community ‘Gathering Place’ City Council has its work cut out for it reviewing five proposals submitted Friday to repurpose the former Aspen Art Museum building located off North Mill Street. Starting today and wrapping up on Monday, the Aspen Daily News will look at each proposal.   Council will hear […]

Aurora prep sports schedule, Feb. 28

BOYS BASKETBALL Class 5A state tournament (2nd round) Boulder at Cherokee Trail, 1 p.m. Castle View at Overland, 2 p.m. Heritage at Eaglecrest, 3 p.m. Highlands Ranch at Rangeview, 3 p.m. Grandview at Regis Jesuit, 6 p.m. ICE HOCKEY State playoffs (second round) Resurrection Christian vs. Regis Jesuit at Family Sports Center, 11 a.m. Cherry […]

Ice Hockey: Regis Jesuit steams past Heritage into second round of playoffs

Regis Jesuit junior Cale Woodley, right, stickhandles through the Heritage defense during the first period of the Raiders’ 8-0 win over the Eagles in a state ice hockey first round playoff game on Feb. 27, 2015, at Family Sports Center. Woodley scored twice and the Raiders moved into an 11 a.m. matchup Saturday with Resurrection […]

Girls Basketball: Grandview overwhelms Palmer to make return to 5A’s Sweet 16

Grandview sophomore Lenzi Hudson, bottom, goes to the floor while pressuring Palmer’s Tashika Burrell (11) during the first half of the Wolves’ 75-48 Class 5A girls state basketball playoff second round contest on Feb. 27, 2015, at Grandview High School. The Wolves forced bushels of turnovers from the Terrors and coasted into the Sweet 16. […]

Getting old, then new again

Jamie Shields, keyboardist and founder of theNEWDEAL, was enjoying a break from the brain-lock cold last week. Well, what passes for a break from it in Toronto, anyway. “Yeah, it’s only 10 below today,” he said with a laugh. Well, all right then, time for a vacation. So what passes for a vacation for Shields […]

Hello, GoodBye

Bill Vielehr won’t be at this year’s BIFF, but his work will be. The BIFF Chairman and longtime Boulder metal sculptor left this planet unexpectedly last October — a shock to the system for his staggeringly wide circle of friends, including this writer — but Kathy Beeck, BIFF co-founder and a friend of Vielehr’s for […]

Expect Another Snow Packed And Icy Drive

Car tires on winter road <!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): To join the conversation on this story and others, “like” our KKTV 11 News Facebook page! –> Overnight snowfall is causing more problems for your morning drive Friday. The Streets Division morning manager, David Scalfri, said parts of Academy Boulevard, Woodmen Road and […]

Leonard Nimoy, World Famous As Mr. Spock On ‘Star Trek’, Dies

Cropped Photo: Courtesy Paramount Pictures / MGN <!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): To join the conversation on this story and others, “like” our KKTV 11 News Facebook page! –> Leonard Nimoy, probably best known as Mr. Spock on “Star Trek,” has died, according to family members who confirmed his death to multiple media […]

Colorado Springs Emergency Room Visits Up With Winter Weather

<!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): To join the conversation on this story and others, “like” our KKTV 11 News Facebook page! –> Snow, ice and cold are a recipe for emergency room visits. Memorial Hospital emergency room physicians say they have been busy with the constant winter weather. From broken bones, head injuries […]

Proposed Powdered Alcohol Bans Gets Support, Opposition

DENVER (CBS4)- A proposal that would ban powdered alcohol is getting both support and resistance at the state Capitol. The bill was introduced in the state Senate on Friday. It received initial approval in the Senate but because it was amended, the bill will first go back to the House before heading to the Governor’s […]

Nuggets Ty Lawson Pleads Not Guilty In DUI Case

DENVER (CBS4)- Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson pleaded not guilty to DUI in court on Friday. Lawson was arrested going nearly double the speed limit on Park Avenue West heading towards the Interstate 25 on-ramp. The officer reported Lawson slurring his words and swaying as he stood. He refused a breathalyzer. RELATED: Nuggets’ Ty Lawson […]

Reese Leads Colorado Women Past Arizona 66-51

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Jen Reese scored 14 of her 20 points in the second half to lead Colorado to a 66-51 win over Arizona on Friday. The Buffaloes (13-15, 6-11 Pac-12) broke away from a 28-28 tie at halftime by making 15 of 25 shots in the second half. Reese hit 6 of 7 […]

Henthorn Trial To Be Delayed

DENVER (CBS4) – Attorneys for Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man suspected in the deaths of his two wives, are now asking a federal judge to delay his trial for another four months, until September 2015. Henthorn was originally scheduled to go on trial May 4 in connection with the 2012 death of his second […]

Denver Zoo Celebrates International Polar Bear Day

DENVER (CBS4)- The Denver Zoo celebrated International Polar Bear Day with a special treat for its featured wildlife. The polar bears were outside enjoying the frigid winter temperatures that most closely resemble their native habitat. The Denver Zoo polar bears celebrate International Polar Bear Day (credit: CBS) On Friday the bears were treated to a […]

More Victims Come Forward After Arvada Mechanic Disappears

ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – The number of victims allegedly swindled by an Arvada mechanic continues to grow. The shop, ironically named Always Available Mobile Mechanics, abruptly closed its doors last month, leaving customers’ cars sitting on the street. Now the owner, Ronald Cox, is no where to be found. He’s apparently left several people in a […]

UN says big investments needed to avert water wars

Will the world get it together on water? Upfront spending would avoid the huge costs of escalating conflicts Staff Report FRISCO — Big investments in water infrastructure are needed around the world to avert future conflicts over the world’s most essential resource. Looming shortages of water could trigger conflicts and mass migrations, contributing to social […]

DHSEM Mitigation and Recovery Program Report: February 27, 2015

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Gold mine for sale

By John Hazlehurst The open-pit mine in Victor has turned out 4 million ounces of gold in its 20 years of operation. AngloGold Ashanti, parent company of the Cripple Creek Victor Gold Mining Company, is negotiating the partial or full sale of one of the company’s “key operating assets.” While Anglo CEO Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan declined […]

UCCS HealthCircle now seeing Kaiser Permanente members

By Bryan Grossman Kaiser Permanente Southern Colorado members 18 and older are now able to access primary care services at the UCCS HealthCircle housed within the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences, located at 4863 N. Nevada Ave. This partnership between Kaiser Permanente and UCCS is designed to provide greater access to convenient health care […]

Report: Profit from flipping homes up

By Marija B. Vader RealtyTrac, a leading source in the U.S. for comprehensive housing data, today released its Q4 and Year-End 2014 U.S. Home Flipping Report, which shows 136,269 U.S. single family homes were flipped in 2014, 5.4 percent of all single family home sales during the year — the lowest share of flips since 2011. […]

More birth control = Fewer unintended pregnancies. Simple math until the leg gets involved.

More birth control = Fewer unintended pregnancies. Simple math until the leg gets involved. Posted By J. Adrian Stanley on Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:28 PM click image Kevin Poh IUDs mean fewer unintended pregnancies. Back in 2008, the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment received a private, multi-year $23 million grant […]

The Beatles and: Holy sh*t, is that Klingenschmitt?

click to enlarge New Colorado Springs state Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt may be the latest Pikes Peak embarrassment, but you’ve got admit the guy knows how to bait the media. Usually, it’s for saying stuff so crazy you forget for a moment you’re not at your parents’ Thanksgiving table. Sometimes, he writes it himself, like this gem from […]

Cat cafe(s) cometh

At the beginning of the year, we told you of the plan for Pub Dog Colorado, a place coming in 2016 that holds the first variance allowing for guests to dine indoors with their dogs.  click to enlarge Shutterstock So meta. But since many people will tell you that cats are more entitled than dogs — […]