Regional News Headlines
No survivors found after plane that flew over DC and led to fighter jet scramble crashes in Virginia - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
A wayward and unresponsive business plane that flew over the nation’s capital Sunday afternoon caused the military to scramble a fighter jet before the plane crashed in Virginia. The fighter jet caused a loud sonic boom that was heard across the capital region. Hours later, police said rescuers had reached the crash site and found no survivors. The Federal Aviation Administration says the Cessna Citation took off from Elizabethton, Tennessee, on Sunday and was headed for Long Island’s MacArthur Airport. Inexplicably, the plane turned around over New York’s Long Island and flew a straight path down over D.C. before it crashed over mountainous terrain near Montebello, Virginia, around 3:30 p.m.
Opinion: Our response to the gun violence that took our children is working, a little at a time - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
While the work of making Colorado safe from the scourge of gun violence is far from over, this misguided approach will do more harm than good, and create unrealistic expectations for a public hungry for meaningful reforms.
Will Denver know who its next mayor is on election night? - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
Denver voters are turning in their runoff ballots at a rate that exceeds every mayoral election in the city since at least 2011.
Denver’s newest sports bar will specialize in darts and drinks - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
Albert Manzi, president and CEO of Prairie Mountain Media, to retire - Sun, 04 Jun 2023
Albert Manzi, president and CEO of Prairie Mountain Media, is retiring after 42 years in the newspaper industry and 17 years leading Prairie Mountain Media, including as the publisher of the Daily Camera, the Longmont Times-Call, Loveland Reporter Herald and the Greeley Tribune.
New Denver Christian coffee shop protested against over anti-gay stance - Sat, 03 Jun 2023
On opening day, protesters gathered outside claiming the company's views on the LGBTQ+ community is hateful.
Movies, a hiker shuttle and other free and cheap things to do in Denver in June - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
The City of Boulder operates a free park-to-park hiker shuttle between downtown Boulder and Chautauqua trailhead from 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, all summer long.
Denver’s best wine-and-bruschetta happy hour starts at 8 p.m. | Opinion - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
All you need is $25 per couple to wine and dine at Postino Winecafe.
Artist Virgil Ortiz’s sci-fi retelling of the historic Pueblo Revolt of 1680 blends fact with the fantastic - Mon, 05 Jun 2023
Virgil Ortiz’s “Revolt” is a history lesson told in the language “Star Wars.”