DENVER — Ed Harris, the actor nominated for Academy Awards for Apollo 13, The Truman Show, Pollock and The Hours, received the Mayor’s Career Achievement Award last night at the King Center in Denver, the second night of the 2009 Starz Denver Film Festival.
DENVER — The 32nd Starz Denver Film Festival began Thursday night, Nov. 12, with the much-acclaimed film “Precious,” produced by two Coloradoans.
DENVER — A major fish kill that occurred in Cherry Creek in downtown Denver today was a “natural occurring event,” according to Jennifer Churchill of the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
DENVER — A man was fatally shot Thursday just yards off Denver’s popular 16th Street Mall, closing two blocks of Welton Street for two hours in the middle of a busy workday afternoon.
DENVER — Six people living on the Western Slope who are suspected associates or members of La Familia have been arrested as part of the orchestrated drug raids nationwide, authorities said Thursday.
DENVER — A young buck mule deer gored a 63-year-old woman near Florissant on Monday after she apparently called to the animal in an attempt to pet him.
LITTLETON, Colo. — Quinton Sanford never let self-doubt hold him back. He planned to attend the Air Force Academy and act in a movie alongside Will Smith. He was a member of the Highlands Ranch High School wrestling and cross country teams. And although he was neither the fastest runner nor the strongest wrestler, he didn’t let that trouble him. He did it all while living with autism.
BOULDER, Colo. — Saturday was a symbolic transition of sorts for Jenny Barringer, racing for the last time as a collegiate athlete before her hometown Boulder crowd — one that has watched her flourish from a top performer for Colorado as a freshman, to a world contender and American-record holder as a senior.
BOULDER, Colo. — University of Colorado senior Jenny Barringer, the American record-holder in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, broke the school’s home course record on Saturday in her final home race as a collegiate athlete. For Colorado’s men’s team, senior Kenyon Neuman won in 24 minutes, 51 seconds to tie for the 11th fastest time in course history.
DENVER — For so many of his friends, he was just Q-man — a superhero of sorts, a boy who lifted spirits and radiated cheer and charm.