(Updated July 9, 2012) Wildfires in Colorado have dominated our news for several weeks, understandably; the toll in property, environment, and lives has been mind-numbing.
It was announced late today that 346 homes on 35 streets have been destroyed by the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs, making it the
In a 5-4 decision today, the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, including its controversial individual mandate. No doubt days and weeks will
A break in the weather yesterday came too late for hundreds of homes in the Colorado Springs subdivision of Mountain Shadows. It was painful enough
Rain! This is as pretty as Denver has looked in what seems like forever. Spotty rain, heavy at times, along with lightning and gusty winds
This is an admittedly liberal view of what Republicans are doing about “jobs, jobs, jobortion,” as Rachel Maddow puts it. Nobody does liberal better than
Here we are wrapping up our fifth straight day of record-breaking heat (102-105) in Denver, and we just can’t catch a break. Clouds rolled in
If you’re a fan of Aaron Sorkin (I’m a huge fan), or even if you’re not, you’ll find this interesting. Now that I’ve seen it,