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    Highlands Ranch moms introduce their kitchen workout

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Two Highlands Ranch moms who are also cancer survivors share their kitchen workout. They say it can help you melt away the pounds. Rhonda Shay and Lauren Miller are cooking up better bodies and healthier lives with a workout video called “Do it in the Kitchen 20-Minute Workout.“ No fancy equipment is required. The women use countertops to hop on, crock pots and cans for lifting, and the whisk and mop to strengthen their arms and […]

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    WATCH: Colorado amputee outfitted with two robotic arms

    BALTIMORE — A Colorado man made history this summer when he was successfully outfitted with two robotic arms at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Les Baugh, who lost both of his arms in an electrical accident 40 years ago, began working with the limbs in June, the lab said, but a video of the tests was released just this week. Before putting the limb system through the paces, Baugh had to undergo a surgery known as targeted muscle […]

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    Lawmaker wants father’s approval before women can get abortions

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A lawmaker in Missouri is proposing a law that would require a pregnant woman to get permission from the father before having an abortion. State Rep. Rick Brattin, from a district outside Kansas City, introduced the bill, according to WDAF-TV. “No abortion shall be performed or induced unless and until the father of the unborn child provides written, notarized consent to the abortion,” the law said. The bill does have exception for “legitimate rape” and incest. […]

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    Strip club wins cash prize for best Christmas lights display in Federal Heights

    FEDERAL HEIGHTS, Colo. — A business won a cash prize from the city of Federal Heights for its festive holiday display. What causes an eyebrow to raise is the fact that the winning business is a strip club. Some people might question it. The cash prize to a strip club, that is. But the club points out that it is a legitimate business like any other in Federal Heights. And, after all, fair is fair. The business with the best […]

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    VA announces deal to restart work on Aurora hospital

    AURORA, Colo. — The Department of Veterans Affairs has reached an agreement that will allow work to resume on a VA hospital in Aurora. Negotiations between contractors Kiewit-Turner and the Department of Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson started Wednesday after Gibson came to Colorado. It has been almost a week after a court ruled the VA breached its contract with Kiewit-Turner. After the ruling, the contractor pulled out of the job and let 1,400 employees go. According to the […]

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    Theater chains drop ‘The Interview’ after terrorist threat

    NEW YORK — Regal Cinemas, AMC and Cinemark have each decided not to show Sony’s “The Interview,” and other theater owners may follow on Wednesday. The decision follows a strange warning from anonymous hackers that people should avoid going to theaters where “The Interview” is playing. The comedic film is still scheduled to come out on Christmas Day. Sony does not plan to pull the film altogether, but the studio has indicated it won’t object if theaters decide not to show […]

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    The down side to cheaper gas prices

    DENVER — As gasoline prices keep dropping, the news is good for anyone who pulls up to a station to fill up their vehicle. But, there is a downside to lower gas prices. If oil prices stay low for a prolonged period of time, it could have a noticeably negative impact on Colorado’s economy. People could lose their jobs in the energy sector. Watch Dave Young’s video report above for more information.

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    New program to help sexual assault victims in Boulder County

    BOULDER, Colo. — A new program will provide more immediate help for sex assault victims in Boulder County. For the first time in more than 12 years, they will have access to rape kits and specially trained nurses. The Boulder County nonprofit organization MESA helps about 1,200 sexual assault victims each year. But to have a rape kit done, the victim has to drive to Loveland or Westminster to be examined by trained nurses. Thanks in part to the Boulder […]

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    VA to open negotiations aimed at restarting construction on Aurora hospital

    DENVER — Progress on getting construction workers back on the job at the new Veterans Affairs Hospital in Aurora is underway. Negotiations between contractors Kiewit-Turner and the Department of Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Sloan Glibon will begin later this week when he comes to Colorado. It has been almost a week after a court ruled the VA breached its contract with Kiewit-Turner. After the ruling the contractor pulled out of the job and let 1,400 employees go. Part of the […]

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    DA charges man with killing mom at Adams County motel

    DENVER — The district attorney for Adams County has charged a man with killing a 29-year-old mother of two in November. Joshua Thomas Bohl, 33, faces charges of first-degree murder and a violation of a protection order. Sue Lindsay of the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office said the victim, Jayme Hosier, was Bohl’s girlfriend. She was found dead at the Crestline Motel in unincorporated Adams County on Nov. 2. After an autopsy, detectives said Hosier was the victim of homicide. […]