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As Colorado starts planning to bring back wolves, Rio Blanco County's leaders say they won't allow it

As Colorado starts planning to bring back wolves, Rio Blanco County's leaders say they won't allow it

By | | The Denver PostWhile Colorado is in the early planning stages of carrying out the voter-mandated reintroduction of the gray wolf, it’s already facing resistance from one rural county in the northwest corner of the state — and more are expected to join.Rio Blanco County’s Board of County Commissioners last week approved a resolution declaring Rio Blanco a “Wolf Reintroduction Sanctuary County,” essentially daring Colorado Parks and Wildlife to bring the wolf back into the county under the state law passed by voters in November.Rio Blanco officials are encouraging neighboring counties...

March 21, 2021
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Tear gas, pepper bullets used on crowds as George Floyd protests spread in Denver

Tear gas, pepper bullets used on crowds as George Floyd protests spread in Denver

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XShow Caption of By | , | , | , | and | | The Denver PostWhat started as a small, peaceful protest in Denver, demanding justice for , escalated into chaos Thursday evening after someone fired gunshots near the Capitol, sending demonstrators scattering across the city as police shot tear gas canisters and pepper spray.Tension built throughout the night as protesters and police clashed in the heart of the city. Video showed a driver striking a demonstrator in the street near the Capitol, footage that Gov. Jared Polis later...

May 28, 2020
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Denver Post photographer struck twice by pepper balls during George Floyd protest

Denver Post photographer struck twice by pepper balls during George Floyd protest

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XShow Caption of By | | The Denver PostDenver police officers on Thursday night struck a Denver Post photographer with pepper balls, causing a cut on his arm and shattering the press credential hanging around his neck.Photographer Hyoung Chang was covering in downtown Denver when police began firing cannisters of tear gas and balls loaded with pepper at the crowds. An officer fired two pepper balls directly at him, Chang said.“If it was one shot, I can say it was an accident,” Chang said. “I’m very sure it was the same...

May 29, 2020
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