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Past articles by Amanda:

Detectives describe Club Q mass shooting victims and suspect at preliminary hearing

Twenty-two-year-old Anderson Aldrich stands accused of killing five and injuring more than a dozen at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs this past November. → Read More

Winter Park Express takes riders back to a time before Colorado ski traffic

The only thing standing between millions of skiers and the mountains is a highway. → Read More

Boulder DA asks to appoint doctor to reevaluate mental competency of grocery store shooting suspect

The suspect has been undergoing treatment at a state mental health hospital after allegedly opening fire at a Colorado grocery store in 2021, killing 10. → Read More

Wyoming urges 10th Circuit to revive election donor reporting law

Wyoming Gun Owners sued the state after being fined $500 for failing to disclose the names of donors behind a 2020 radio ad. → Read More

EU tracks spikes in prices for eggs, milk and bread during first year of Russia-Ukraine conflict

Drought exasperated economic strains attributed to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Sheriff dodges contempt charge over leaked criminal history of Club Q shooting suspect

Defense attorneys representing an individual accused of killing five at a Colorado Springs nightclub filed for contempt after law enforcement acknowledged sealed criminal records from a dismissed case. → Read More

EU unemployment remains at 14-year low

Unemployment across the European Union spiked in the pandemic, but has been gradually falling over the last two years. → Read More

Funeral home owner gets 20 years in body-brokering scheme

Megan Hess and her mother, Shirley Koch, pleaded guilty to charges related to selling body parts from deceased individuals brought to the Sunset Mesa Funeral Home for cremation. → Read More

Post-pandemic demand for EU sparkling wine spiked. Will the trend continue in 2023?

The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the effects of climate change have winemakers across the European Union worried for the future. → Read More

Denver sees record-breaking 37-degree temperature drop in a single hour

Only two days old, winter showed its fury across Colorado on Wednesday and Thursday — fury that's quickly spreading south and east. → Read More

Denver to see coldest day in decades as Arctic heads south

The second day of winter will bring Denver its coldest day in three decades. → Read More

Trademark ensures there’s only one place to ride ‘Champagne Powder’

A Colorado ski resort’s ownership claim for the term “Champagne Powder” dates back to the 1950s. → Read More

Research details collaboration, conflict between church and state during pandemic

While many religious leaders around the world promoted public health measures during the Covid pandemic, many decried them and some flat out defied government orders. → Read More

Inflation soars near double digits in EU

Inflation has spike four points across the EU since January, exasperated by Covid-related supply chain disruptions and the eastern European war pinching energy exports. → Read More

Colorado AG wraps ‘unprecedented’ probe of DA’s Victim Rights Act violations

Twelfth Judicial District Attorney Alonso Payne also faces a recall from voters. → Read More

Trillions spent on health care, safety net credited with narrowing EU wealth gap

Over the last two decades, EU spending on social benefit programs has increased by billions of euros. → Read More

Model estimates Covid-19 infected nearly a third of Americans in 2020

Models developed by researchers at Columbia University estimate as many as 78% of Covid-19 cases went unreported last year. → Read More

Third shot’s a charm: CDC recommends Covid-19 booster shots

The recommendation for Covid-19 booster vaccines applies to all Americans, regardless of age. → Read More

You can smoke it but you can’t study it: Cannabis researchers get creative

As more states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use, the plant's federal prohibition makes it difficult to study in the lab. → Read More

Air begins to clear as EPA settles California smog lawsuit with environmental groups

Environmental groups settled a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency over state implementation plans needed to meet air quality standards. → Read More