MORRISON, Colo. — Ashley Force Hood, who a year ago became the first female to win an NHRA funny car race, entered 2009 NHRA the Mopar Mile-High Nationals at Bandimere Speedway atop the funny car standings. On Sunday, she finished second behind the team of Ron Capps.
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — The Sheriff’s Office is looking for a burglar who entered the second-story window of a Stonegate home and apparently fondled an 8-year-old girl as she slept.
DENVER — Denver’s police and fire departments reported that fireworks citations and seizures dropped by nearly half this Fourth of July weekend, compared with last year.
MORRISON, Colo. — The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 29, the group’s last stop on a two-week nationwide tour.
DENVER — Endia Taylor, 24, was on a city bus when another passenger said Michael Jackson had died. “I was crying overwhelmingly when I heard,” she said, her eyes still damp. “I couldn’t believe it. I thought she was lying.” For many people in their 30s and 40s, it was the day the music died.
A cluster of six pristine blue lakes tucked into the mountains of Afghanistan’s remote center has tentatively become the war-torn country’s first national park, thanks largely to the work of Peter Smallwood, a University of Richmond biology professor.
RICHMOND, Va. — Sue Murphy was asked to resign as University of Richmond women’s lacrosse coach after athletic department officials discovered a parent-operated fund was supporting the team’s budget, including travel expenses and senior gifts.
RICHMOND, Va. — I was one of 20 editors college publications from around the country that the New York Times recruited to share their thoughts in real time for the final presidential debate.
RICHMOND, Va. — The New York Times enlisted 20 student newspaper editors from around the country to weigh in on the vice presidential debate in real time for the Times’ Caucus Blog. I filed reports from a watch party on the campus of the University of Richmond throughout the evening.
RICHMOND, Va. — The New York Times enlisted 20 student newspaper editors from around the country to weigh in on the first presidential debate in real time. I filed from a watch party on the campus of the University of Richmond throughout the evening.