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Walter the dinosaur: An economic savior for a Colorado town?

CRAIG, Colo. (AP) — Elizabeth "Liz" Johnson works on Walter The Dinosaur with a student at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig, Colorado. Walter doesn't look like an economic savior. At the moment, he's not even a fully exposed...

 By SAM BRASCH    Regional    July 4, 2019

Denver geese culled for meat for hungry families

DENVER (AP) — An ongoing effort to cull geese from Denver parks — and donate the meat to needy families — continued in the predawn hours of Monday morning. The latest roundup occurred at City Park. A pair of wildlife managers with the United...

 By SAM BRASCH    Regional    May 31, 2019

Denver museum's saber-tooth cat updated with new roars

DENVER (AP) — If you've been to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, you've probably heard the mighty roar of its saber-toothed cat. It's worked the same way for more than four decades: Grab some spare change, reach past its steak-knife-sized...


Study looking at chance of humans contracting deer disease

DENVER (AP) — Would you eat venison if there was a chance it could slowly eat away at your brain? If there's a slight possibility, it doesn't bother Patrick States. On the menu this evening for his wife and two daughters at their Northglenn home...


Colorado's cattle feedlots a potential risk to waterways

DENVER (AP) — After a 2015 rainstorm, bait shop owner Kenny Condrey went to check on some river-fed ponds near his eastern Colorado home. What he found confirmed his fears. Dead fish lined the banks and floated on the water. It was bad news for...


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