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erie eyes large-scale residential growth at lafayette’s eastern border – the den


erie plans to initiate large-scale residential development atop 230-acres at baseline and east county line roads, on the eastern border of lafayette — an area the town has dubbed erie gateway south.the development could potentially hold more than 650 homes on lafayette’s eastern border if approved by town leaders in coming months.the development, tentatively titled parkdale, could hold 550 single-family detached homes and 102 paired homes atop roughly 75 acres, according to sketch plans released friday. the plans also disclose that about 40 acres will be dedicated to public open space and an another 31 acres will be dedicated for private open space/landscape buffer.read the full story at the longmont times-call.






two dogs, cat die in southwest denver apartment fire – the denver post


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u.s. solar capacity nearly doubled in 2016


new solar installations in the u.s. almost doubled last year, becoming the top new energy source in the country for the first time.the u.s. added about 14,600 megawatts of capacity in new solar energy installations in 2016, about twice as much as the previous year, according to gtm research and the solar energy industries association. solar accounted for 39 percent of new power coming on to the grid, more than natural gas, wind or coal.california again led the way, contributing more than one-third of the total new production.the strongest growth came in large-scale production — solar farms typically capable of generating more than 1 megawatt. a megawatt of solar power can provide energy for about 160 homes, according to seia. the utility-scale installations made up about 70 percent of the 






body camera footage first ever to lead to charges against denver police officer


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denver cop pleads guilty to stealing cash from suspect while his body camera was


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husband of denver’s district attorney accused of violating grand county burn ord


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coroner identifies 33-year-old man fatally s by pueblo police – the denver post


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deaths on colorado’s roadways jumped about 11 percent in 2016 to 605 – the denve


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first-degree murder charge filed against man accused of killing rtd security off


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two $1 million powerball tickets sold wednesday night in colorado – the denver p


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adams county coroner identifies 50-year-old man fatally s by commerce city polic


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graphic video shows fatal rtd a-line collision with van – the denver post


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cdot triggers berthoud p avalanche that dumps 20 feet of snow on u.s. 40; road t


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prosecutors charge woman suspected of fatally hitting 16-year-old legacy high sc


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former boulder mayor was driving aggressively, going 22 mph over limit in fatal


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former soldier pleads guilty to second-degree murder in fatal 2016 colorado spri


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17-year-old girl dies after skiing into tree at winter park – the denver post


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man found in englewood duck pond saturday had been shot several times, body plac


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principal of d’evelyn high school convicted of harassment, third-degree assault


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colorado attorney general sues to stop boulder county’s oil and gas moratorium –


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26-year-old mexican man killed in breckenridge ski crash is identified, suffered


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first colorado avalanche fatality this season reported in northeast garfield cou


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arrest warrant issued for woman who threw rocks at pueblo county jail on v-day t


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grand county coroner identifies 17-year-old texas girl killed in winter park ski


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police say lafayette house fire may have been sparked by hash-oil explosion – th


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colorado ranks 10th in u.s. for solar jobs – the denver post


colorado’s solar companies added more than 1,000 workers last year, allowing the state to cling to its top-10 ranking as a hub of solar energy employment, according to the national solar jobs census.the state’s solar employment rose from 4,998 workers in 2015 to 6,004 in 2016, a 20 percent increase. the state ranked 10th in the nation for the total number of solar jobs and 12th for its per capita concentration of solar industry jobs, according to the census, which is sponsored by the solar foundation, an industry nonprofit.“the growth of solar was substantial last year in colorado,” said rebecca cantwell, executive director of the colorado solar energy industries ociation.utility-scale solar projects were an important contributor to hiring last year, cantwell said.nationally, the census co






the 20 most-polluted zip code areas in colorado – the denver post


here are the top 20 most polluted zip code areas in colorado, according to a study from attom data solution, which examined superfund sites, brownfields, active polluters and air quality. denver’s 80216 zip code, just northeast of downtown and home to the globeville and elyria-swansea neighborhoods and the river north art district and national western complex, is the most polluted in the nation, according to the survey.does your zip code fall on the list of most polluted areas?this list includes the zip code, its ranking in colorado and the total “environmental hazard index” number.1. 80216 (denver), 4552. 80452 (idaho springs), 2123. 80018 (aurora), 1414. 81006 (pueblo), 1335. 80640 (henderson), 1296. 80701 (fort morgan), 1287. 80403 (golden) 1278. 80401 (golden) 1259. 80631 (greeley) 122






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.danika worthington, the denver posta large water main break left a large hole on 29th street, from which some water is still draining, urday, jan. 29, 2017.






longmont housing prices double in post-recession bounce – the denver post


the rapidly rising price tags on longmont homes are certainly no secret. median house prices increased 15.5 percent in the last year alone.but perhaps the best measure of the post-recession recovery is this: the average cost of a single-family home in the city has roughly doubled in less than a decade, from $205,454 in the depths of the recession — november 2008 — to $406,762 last month.that’s a 98 percent increase in just over 8 years, roughly 12 percent appreciation per year. the same gains would take 28 years to achieve at more historic levels of appreciation of 3.4 percent, according to the case-shiller index.boulder’s annual low point occurred in 2009 when the average price stood at $647,800. prices rebounded 65.4 percent to an average of $1.07 million in 2016. louisville has gained 6






parker latest community to impose 12-plant limit per household on pot grows – th


parker this week be e the latest colorado community to place a cap on the number of pot plants that can be cultivated at a residence, a move town officials said is necessary to reduce odor complaints and ensure grows do not cause electrical overloads and dangerous chemical storage.the town council set the limit at 12 plants per household, echoing measures p ed by douglas county, colorado springs, denver, carbondale, lafayette and others in the state. it also limited electrical use to 1,440 watts in a home’s grow area.the new rules, which were p ed unanimously monday by the council, apply to both medical and recreational marijuana grows. parker first proposed the limits last year.teri robnett, executive director of the cannabis patients alliance, said she’s concerned about measures like the






michael bennet weighs his vote after meeting with supreme court nominee neil gor


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






whole foods to close 9 stores, including 2 in colorado – the denver post


whole foods market inc. will close nine stores and scale back on expansion plans, the starkest sign yet of challenges facing the pioneering natural-foods grocer.the stores slated for closure include two each in colorado and california, along with outlets in chicago, new mexico, utah, arizona and georgia. whole foods has closed stores in the past but hasn’t announced such a large number at one time.in colorado, the two closing locations are boulder baseline, 2584 baseline road, and colorado springs first & main, 3180 new center point, a whole foods spokeswoman confirmed thursday. both stores will close april 9.“this was not a decision that was made lightly and we are working with all affected team members to find alternative positions at nearby stores,” spokeswoman betsy harden said in






man arrested in los angeles in connection with pipe bombs found in denver hotel


a denver man of pakistani descent was arrested in west los angeles thursday by law enforcement, abc news reports.the man was found with knives and apparently flew to l.a. and was in town, potentially following an ex-girlfriend, according to abc news.law enforcement found unexploded devices at the sheraton hotel in downtown denver, where he was staying in denver, officials said.read the full story on thedenverchannel.com.






new homeless outreach court meets people where they are — at denver rescue missi


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east duel for denver prep league boys b


no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east meet on saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the thunderdome, with each team 7-0 in denver prep league play and the conference championship hanging in the balance.the patriots (20-2) are paced by three scorers who average double figures in senior point guard jervay green, senior guard calvin fugett and junior guard jon’il fugett, while the angels (16-6) are led by a transfer from gwhs in junior daylen kountz’s 24.9 points per game.denver post preps editor kyle newman previews the game on this week’s edition of post preps tv.






denver couples trade tradition for a valentine’s day marriage ceremony with herb


a general assignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he came to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






man caught driving 22 times without license loses appeal


erie, pa. — a state court panel says a pennsylvania man caught driving without a license 22 times got the punishment he deserved.randy stallsmith had claimed that his 3-to 6-month prison term was excessive for driving offense no. 22 in 2015. he pleaded guilty to driving without a license.pennlive.com reports (http://bit.ly/2llxob9) a state superior court panel upheld the sentence, saying the 49-year-old erie county man's past behavior sank his appeal.stallsmith appealed to the superior court because a county judge wouldn't allow him to serve his time on work release.stallsmith argued he should've received a lighter sentence because he took responsibility for his actions.the panel agreed with the county judge, saying with 22 offenses already on his record, stallsmith "provided no indication






colorado public radio wins rezoning ok for possible new studios, tower on ruby h


colorado public radio hasn’t settled yet on a plan to relocate its studios from centennial to south denver, but a zoning change approved monday cleared the way for such a move.the city council approved, on a 12-0 vote, the rezoning of a 9.5-acre site at 1601 w. jewell ave., next to ruby hill park. the cl ification will change from single-family residential to planned unit development.that customized zoning was the result after cpr officials met for months with nearby neighborhood ociations to work out stipulations on what the public broadcaster could build as it envisions a potential new headquarters. its tentative plans call for replacing a 400-foot radio tower that provides backup for its fm stations and building a two-story office building of up to 100,000 feet.councilman jolon clark, w






man s to death late tuesday in denver – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






boy found suffering from gunshot wounds in adams county; sheriff’s deputies inve


sheriff’s deputies are investigating after a boy was found suffering from gunshot wounds on wednesday night in an adams county neighborhood.investigators have released few details on the case, saying only that the boy was discovered on the 2600 block of rosemary lane. he was taken to a hospital.further information on the boy’s condition was not released. the adam’s county sheriff’s office described him only as a “juvenile male,” and a department spokesman said he didn’t know his exact age.track this year’s homicides in denver, and compare the city’s homicide rate to denver’s homicide rate in past years.the sheriff’s office has not announced any arrests or said how or why the boy was shot, only that “detectives are investigating.”






how denver be e the #1 best-living city in the us


denver is quite literally a rags to riches story––thirty years ago it was a shadow of its current self. here’s how the city be e so awesome.full story at youtube.more about denver. posted by josh urich






denver police investigate slaying at rtd station – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






north county woman sentenced to prison for 2007 wildfire fraud scheme


the tumlinsons were among the hundreds of victims who lost property in the witch creek fire that swept through san diego county’s backcountry in october 2007. in their case, it was a large outbuilding adjacent to their ramona home, prosecutors said.if the couple had only taken the appropriate steps to recover damages, they wouldn’t have been in san diego federal court friday morning, istant u.s. attorney christopher tenorio said.but deborah tumlinson had decided to go another route. she lied about receiving a large settlement stemming from the fire damage so she could obtain a more than $700,000 loan to buy a new house, then failed to pay on the loan.she pleaded guilty in may to aiding and abetting in a wire fraud scheme.u.s. district judge janis sammartino on friday sentenced tumlinson to