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The Latest: Wildfire Destroys 5 Houses in the South of Colorado

The latest news about forest fires in the Great Plains and the West (all local times): 20:20 A wildfire hit by 96 kilometers per hour destroyed five houses and several outbuildings in Southern Colorado The Pueblo Chieftain reported that the fire started east of the city on Tuesday afternoon and forced more than 200 families out of their homes. No …

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Uber passenger says Colorado driver is trying to kidnap her

CLOSE Uber introduces new safety features to ensure driver safety. The carpool said that there is a direct way to call 911 from the app. Buzz60 The file photo taken in 2017 shows the App-Uber logo on a mobile phone in London, England (Photo: WILL OLIVER, EPA-EFE [SANFRANCISCO-DenverLawProfessorNancyLeonggreetedaUberonTuesdaymorningtoheadtotheairportsayingshemadeatriptohelland"knockedonthewindows" Leong has one A series of tweets aired that disappeared a few …

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Strong winds fuel fire destroying homes in Colorado

CASTLE ROCK, Colorado – On Tuesday morning, firefighters fought high winds at five houses in Castle Rock, reports CBS Denver. Two houses are partially collapsed and completely destroyed. There are damages to three other houses. [9609002] Castle Rock Fire and Rescue received an arson attack on Tuesday around 10 am in the 4800-block Foxtail Drive. Strong winds carried the flames …

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Colorado Springs Airport canceled commercial flights after a rooftop fire

A fire that burned overnight on the roof of Colorado Springs Airport canceled all commercial flights on Tuesday, it said. Twenty-six incoming flights and 30 departures were canceled on Tuesday, airport spokesperson Aidan Ryan said. Airport officials announce later this afternoon whether flights on Wednesday are also affected. Colorado Springs Air Base, General Aviation and all military operations remain open …

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Colorado teachers gather for more funding

Low levels of funding and teacher pay make work less attractive for graduates, causing teachers to drop out of work early and lead to a shortage of fully qualified teachers, says the Colorado Education Association. In the red T-shirts, the # RedForEd campaign shirts that began in Arizona turned with signs and chanted as they marched in front of the …

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Colorado teachers go out of classes, stage rally in the Statehouse – The Denver Post

Dozens of teachers from Colorado gathered in Capitol State on Monday to demand changes in school funding and work towards higher teachers' salaries. The teachers protested early in the morning chanting slogans to reach the goal of meeting lawmakers. All classes in Englewood were canceled Monday after more than 150 teachers in the district announced they were leaving school to …

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Colorado teachers plan their own Capitol Assembly Monday

At least 500 educators will be demonstrating Monday in Capitol, Denver, to promote more financial support, says the Colorado Education Association, which is seeing a wave of teacher protests at US Chancellors year Above all, Wave has seen teachers in West Virginia receive a 5% salary increase last month after a nine-day strike. "Our members are disgusted and fed up …

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Spring Storm brings blizzard, high wind warnings to East Colorado

A powerful spring snowstorm hits the eastern plains of Colorado on Friday. Blizzard warnings and high wind warnings have been issued across eastern Colorado and western Kansas. Neighboring areas in Nebraska, north of South Dakota, will also experience blizzard conditions. Blizzard conditions exist Friday morning through Saturday morning. FULL PROGNOSIS: A Look at the Extended Prediction Visibility may worsen Travel …

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Colorado Group urges to buy contested Denver Post from New York Hedge Fund

The Post, which comprises a metropolitan area of ​​approximately three million people in a state of nearly six million, has a circulation of about 170,000 and about 8.6 million unique visitors per month on weekdays. In a statement on Thursday, Mr. Sanders and his business partner, John Goede, said they were "committed to facilitating the purchase of the Denver Post …

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