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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

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Latest from Longmont plane crash, 2 dead

Latest from Longmont plane crash, 2 dead

  9 News.com 2 dead after apparent mid-air collision over Longmont LONGMONT - Two planes crashed in separate locations after an apparent mid-air collision - leaving at least two people dead on Friday. The first plane went down at 11:43 a.m. around Colorado Highway 119 and East County Line Road in Longmont. The Weld County coroner's office says two people died in that plane crash, which was near a Walmart. "He just accelerated right into the ground and that was it. I mean, one ... Full Story

Deadly plane crash in Longmont Deadly plane crash in

Deadly plane crash in Longmont  Deadly plane crash in Longmont

  Mountain View Fire Department and several agencies are working with the FAA after a possible midair collision between two small airplanes near Longmont. Weld County Road 1 is closed from Highway 119 to Quicksilver Road. The Road will be closed for 24 hours. The latest report is the pilot of the second plane has been treated at an area hospital and is expected to be released soon and is in good condition. The Huffington Post Denver has more on the story Planes Crash In ... Full Story

The Best Team in Denver

The Best Team in Denver

The Colorado Rapids kick off their regular season tomorrow afternoon against the… SOCCER REFERENCE ALERT!  Wait, what? Is this another soccer article? On the same weekend Peyton Manning makes his decision to disappoint Broncos fans and head to South Beach, the Big Apple or Arizona? Yes, yes it is. The Rapids kick off their 2012 season tomorrow against the Columbus Crew, and if you’re saying to yourself, “I’m not going to watch soccer,” I’ve got one thing to say to ... Full Story

Prison inmate convicted of murder

Jury convicts man housed in ADX “step down unit” of second degree murde DENVER – Today a federal jury convicted Dominic Stewart, age 36, of the 2005 murder of Gregory Joiner while both were housed in the U.S. Bureau of Prison’s “step down unit” within the ADX in Florence, Colorado.  The jury convicted Stewart of second degree murder following a 7-day trial before U.S. District Court Judge Robert E. Blackburn.  Stewart is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Blackburn on June 8, ... Full Story

Colorado AFL-CIO Report

Colorado AFL-CIO Report

Working Families Mid-Session Report         Mike Cerbo Executive Director Colorado AFL-CIO       Midway through 120 days of the 2012 legislative session of the Colorado General Assembly the Colorado AFL-CIO wanted to provide an overview of the accomplishments and disappointments with legislation pertaining to jobs and the economy. The good news: the economy is starting to improve. The bad news: opponents of working families are ... Full Story

Traffic Advisory

  Single lane of southbound I-25 closed tonight at State Highway 392 Work will allow bridge work to continue moving forward  LARIMER/WELD COUNTIES — Tonight, Tuesday, March 6 from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close the right lane of southbound I-25 at State Highway (SH) 392 so crews can work on the bridge deck as part of the interstate improvement project. The lane will be closed at mile marker (MM) 262 directly underneath the SH 392 bridge, ... Full Story

Obituary: Dorothy Jean Rust

Obituary: Dorothy Jean Rust

  Dorothy Jean Rust (May 23, 1935 - February 27, 2012) Dorothy Rust, 76, of Loveland, Colorado, suddenly fulfilled God’s plan on February 27, 2012 in the presence of her husband, John. One of five children, Dorothy was born in the family farmhouse in Deep River, Iowa to Cleo and Mabel Holdsworth. She moved with her family to Denver in 1941. In 1942, the family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. From Albuquerque, they moved to Kingman, Arizona from 1942-1947. After her ... Full Story

McKee Sim Center accredited

Banner Health Simulation Education program accredited systemwide CHICAGO (Feb. 29, 2012) – Banner Health’s Simulation Education program has been accredited by the American College of Surgeons – becoming the first program that ACS has accredited across an entire health care system. There are 62 accredited simulation programs around the world and Banner Health is one of the few that is non-academic and non-university supported. Banner Health’s simulation centers are the Western ... Full Story

Obama waives NDAA detention

Obama waives NDAA detention

Udall Commends President's Waivers on Mandatory Military Detention Provision Udall: The Fight is Not Over; Will Keep Working to Change Detention Provisions, Protect U.S. Citizens  Today, Mark Udall applauded President Obama's announcement that the administration will not detain American citizens in military custody and may issue national security waivers to the detention provisions passed in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).  The provisions mandate military custody for ... Full Story

Avs Improve their Recipe

Avs Improve their Recipe

    Team chemistry is an enigma. Perhaps the biggest mystery in sports, it’s an elusive component to winning that every owner, general manager and head coach has been trying to decode for years. No one is quite sure what comprises the winning formula. All that is known is that it’s a delicate balance, one that requires a precise mix of personalities that will mesh into a functional unit. When it’s done right, it’s a beautiful thing, as players come together ... Full Story

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