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Broncos’ Marshall ruled out for Chiefs game

The Broncos have not been good in Kansas City in December. They will look to reverse the 2-13 trend with a compromised defense. Linebacker Brandon Marshall is out for the game, and it doesn't look great for Derek Wolfe (stingers) and T.J. Ward (concussion).
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Arvada man who used post office to distribute marijuana edibles sentenced...

An Arvada man who sent boxes of illegal marijuana edibles through the U.S. Postal Service to buyers in New York City, Maryland and Texas was sentenced Wednesday to a year and one day in federal prison. Stephen Paul Anderson, a.k.a. “the healthnut,” was also sentenced to serve three years of community supervised release after his prison term. “Oh boy, you thought this was going to be an easy way to make money, and it is going to cost you your freedom,” U.S. District Judge Christine Arguello said at Anderson’s sentencing Wednesday morning. Related ArticlesFebruary 22, 2017 Jefferson County man shot after marijuana deal goes bad February 17, 2017 Smell of weed in Denver leads feds to bust of Nebraska marijuana network February 16, 2017 Police say Lafayette house fire may have been sparked by hash-oil explosion February 15, 2017 Millennials eclipse teens as worst drivers on the road, AAA study finds February 13, 2017 2 Cortez pot shop employees face embezz..

Jefferson County man shot after marijuana deal goes bad

Deputies are searching for two suspects after one of them shot a man following a dispute over marijuana late Tuesday night in south Jefferson County, authorities say. “This was a marijuana deal gone bad. I don’t know if they were haggling over price and it went south,” said Mark Techmeyer, spokesman for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department. Investigators are searching for two men who were driving a car with Ohio license plates, one of whom had a lightning bolt shaved into his hair. The illegal drug deal was being conducted inside a home on the 8000 block of West Fremont Avenue in south Jefferson County, Techmeyer said. Eight people were inside the home including the two suspects. At 11:45 p.m., people who were in the home walked outside and the suspects climbed into a silver, four-door hatchback. The car was either a Ford Focus or a Subaru, Techmeyer said. One of the suspects pulled out a gun and fire from the car, striking the victim, who was standing in the front lawn. The ..

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PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - President Donald Trump has tapped Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser.

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Ft. Collins fire likely caused by cigarette butt

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(Good) News Alert: Kimbal Musk Makes a Big Announcement

Denise Mickelsen What a lovely way to start the day: We’ve just heard that Kimbal Musk is taking his Colorado real food- and local farmer-focused Next Door Eatery concept on the road in a big way. He went live with the story this morning, sharing his plans to open—wait for it—50 new Next Doors across the Heartland by the end of 2020. “We’re going to start with 10 in 2017, then scale up from there,” says Musk.
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A Tale of Two Holiday Breads: Panettone and Stollen

Ruth Tobias Most of us associate fruitcake with those glow-in-the-dark bricks that double as the butt of Yuletide jokes. But think again. Like it or not, fruitcake actually belongs to a proud European family of sweet treats ranging from Spain’s flourless, fig-based "pan de higo" to the date-filled sticky toffee pudding of England. Two of fruitcake's closest relatives are especially beloved this time of year: Italian panettone and German stollen.
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Road-Trip Restaurant: I-70 Diner

Abbie Mitchell As Denverites, it’s easy to forget about the half of our state that lies to the east of the Front Range. But Colorado's sparsely populated Eastern Plains offer rolling hills, plenty of fresh air, and their own kind of scenic views. And if you look hard enough, you may even stumble upon an unexpected culinary gem, like the I-70 Diner.

Chefs Hosea Rosenberg, Bill Miner Headline 2017 Edition of Cochon 555

The event is less than a month away The ninth edition of Cochon 555 brings its porky whole-hog competition-for-a-cause back to the Mile High City on Sunday, March 19 at The Curtis Hotel. Winemakers, distillers, chefs, farmers, brewers, and bartenders will bring their best products, dishes, and creations to pork-crazed revelers. Last year's event crowned chef and restaurateur Troy Guard the Prince of Porc. In a month, these five chefs will compete for the same title: Chef Bill Miner of il Porcellino Salumi - Colorado-Cured Meats Chef Will Nolan of Eight K at Viceroy Snowmass - High Mountain Cooking with Southern Roots Chef Darrel Truett of Barolo Grill - Contemporary Northern Italian Chef Hosea Rosenberg of Blackbelly Market - Ingredient-Driven American Chef Burton Koelliker of Osteria Marco - Regional Italian Cuisine How does it all work? Each chef is given one whole, heritage breed pig of 200 pounds and one week to prepare the whole animal. Each chef must present a "Judge’..

Denver Chef Makes TV Appearance on Chopped

Tune into the Food Network on Tuesday to see Dave Hadley The Preservery sous chef Dave Hadley will appear on Food Network's Chopped show on Tuesday, February 21. The episode featuring the RiNo chef airs at 8 p.m. Hadley joined the restaurant when it opened almost a year ago at 3040 Blake Street. A New Jersey native, the chef discovered his love for food early on after spending time in the kitchen with his grandma. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Hadley has worked for many of the state's most esteemed restaurants and chefs, including chef Mark Fischer at Six89 in Carbondale, Steve Redzikowski at Acorn in Denver, and he even helped to open the first Biju's Little Curry Shop. The Preservery will be closed on the night of the 21st for a viewing party, so the team can proudly cheer him on. Denver foodie fans are invited to stop by from Wednesday, February 22-Friday, February 24 during happy hour (3 to 6 p.m.) and meet chef Dave in-person.

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Bill would allow marijuana dispensaries to deliver

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DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow marijuana dispensaries to make deliveries. Under SB17-192, medical marijuana centers and retails stores that are approved for the service could use an employee or contract with a marijuana transporter to make the deliveries. Age restrictions and existing laws about purchasing marijuana would still apply. “[N]ot only would the customer making the order have to be 21 or older, but he or she would have to sign for it and could not be […]

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