Denver Nuggets Release 2017-2018 Schedule

DENVER (CBS4)– The Denver Nuggets released their 2017-2018 schedule on Monday afternoon. The Nuggets play five of their first seven games on the road, and have a seven-game road trip from March 17 to March 30. The games in all caps indicate home games. All game times listed are Mountain Time Zone regardless of where Read more about Denver Nuggets Release 2017-2018 Schedule[…]

Mix of emotions and weather blow through Colorado Springs with the Colorado Classic

The race spanned from downtown to Old Colorado City and through Garden of the Gods. Women racers in the morning and men in the afternoon looped between the districts throughout the day, and a mix of emotions and weather followed. "So far it’s been great," Jim Brown said Thursday afternoon, watching the men’s race from Read more about Mix of emotions and weather blow through Colorado Springs with the Colorado Classic[…]

Denver Broncos’ Terrell Davis enshrined as fifth Bronco in hall

Denver Broncos Terrell Davis salutes his bust after his speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement ceremony Saturday at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. (John Leyba / The Denver Post) Denver Broncos Hall of Fame inductees John Elway, Floyd… ( CANTON, Ohio — Terrell Davis said he wasn’t going Read more about Denver Broncos’ Terrell Davis enshrined as fifth Bronco in hall[…]

Denver’s defenders say the QB competition helps them, too.

Denver Broncos quarterbacks Paxton Lynch, front, and Trevor Siemian take part in drills at an NFL football training camp Sunday, July 30, 2017, in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Lorenzo Doss began and ended the Denver Broncos’ first padded practice Sunday with pick-6s, snaring a Paxton Lynch pass to start things Read more about Denver’s defenders say the QB competition helps them, too.[…]

Presidential Candidates May Be Forced to Disclose Tax Returns Thanks to New Colorado Ballot Proposal

More than 200 people gathered at Commons Park in Denver and marched June 3, 2017, demanding President Donald Trump’s tax returns that would allegedly show collusion with Russia during the presidential campaign. After a similar effort at the state legislature went down in predictably partisan flames, a citizens’ group wants to ask voters to require Read more about Presidential Candidates May Be Forced to Disclose Tax Returns Thanks to New Colorado Ballot Proposal[…]

DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education

Hundreds of protesters greet Education Secretary Betsy DeVos this week in Denver, where she addressed the American Legislative Exchange Council. In this week’s edition of our education news roundup, we take you from school vouchers to AP exams to community college. Betsy DeVos speaks to American Legislative Exchange Council Protests greeted the education secretary in Read more about DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education[…]

Watch: Security Camera Footage Reveals Rogue Goat at Colorado Office

Security footage shows a goat appearing hell-bent on breaking through the Argonics Inc. office doors. On Monday morning, the employees of a Louisville, Colo., office arrived to a confusing scene. Two glass doors of their office were smashed, suggesting a break-in — but nothing was missing. A review of the security footage shows a goat Read more about Watch: Security Camera Footage Reveals Rogue Goat at Colorado Office[…]

2016 Chevrolet Colorado z71 Diesel Update 7: Wonky Switches and Tiny Issues

Share this article Our 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Z/71 Duramax had a bit of a personality crisis when it first joined our fleet. As some of you may remember, our Colorado had two small issues when it was first delivered: the switch bank on the center console didn’t reliably work, and the driver information center screen Read more about 2016 Chevrolet Colorado z71 Diesel Update 7: Wonky Switches and Tiny Issues[…]

Editorial: Colorado Springs Succeeds by Running like a Business

In nearly 4,000 words, left-leaning Politico tried to reignite the tired old media mantra that Colorado Springs represents failures of “right-wing” politics and running government like a business. It even dredged up the “Evangelical Vatican” label, which went out with the passé “People’s Republic of Boulder” slight. Politico’s “The Short, Unhappy Life of a Libertarian Read more about Editorial: Colorado Springs Succeeds by Running like a Business[…]