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  • Colorado Springs to hold 61st Korean War Armistice celebration

    By NICK BEADLESTON nick.beadleston@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

    A ceremony commemorating the 61st anniversary of the Korean War Armistice is Saturday at 10:30 a.m.at Memorial Park, located south of East Pikes Peak Avenue. The event, hosted by a local chapter of the Korean War Veteran's Association, will feature The Korean Consul General to the U.S....

  • European carriers suspend more Tel Aviv flights

    Updated: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

    BERLIN (AP) — Air France and Germany's two largest airlines on Wednesday canceled more flights to Tel Aviv because of safety concerns amid the fighting between Israel and Hamas. Lufthansa and Air Berlin extended their cancelations through Thursday and Air France said it was...

  • Glitch crashes global US passport, visa operations

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department's global database for issuing travel documents has crashed, resulting in major delays for potentially millions of people around the world waiting for U.S. passports and visas, officials said Wednesday. Unspecified glitches in the department's...

  • Northern Utah wildfires close off recreation areas

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Fire crews in northern Utah worked Wednesday to control a handful of fast-growing blazes as the state's central and western regions braced for strong winds, thunderstorms and low humidity likely to start new fires, according to the U.S. Weather Service. The...

  • Judge halts drilling permits next to condors

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California court has delivered a setback to an oil company seeking to drill wells within a few miles of condor habitat at the state's Pinnacles National Park. A Monterey County Superior Court judge ruled Monday that authorities in central California should...

  • Rain to bring Colorado mosquito baby boom

    BY Stephanie Earls stephanie.earls@gazette.com —
    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    Monsoon-like weather this spring and summer could spell something of a mosquito baby boom in the weeks to come, said El Paso County Public Health supervisor Lee Griffen, who’s experienced a recent uptick in calls from citizens concerned about the insects, which can transmit West Nile...

  • That bites: Mosquitoes might be more attracted to you than others

    By Stephanie Earls stephanie.earls@gazette.com —
    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    Do mosquitoes seem to find you particularly tasty? Though scientists aren’t sure why, research supports what many have long suspected: Some people — about 20 percent — are simply more appetizing to the airborne bloodsuckers, now swarming the Front Range in the wake of an...

  • Atlanta Cyclorama painting to move across town

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    ATLANTA (AP) — The huge Atlanta Cyclorama painting is moving across town to a new home in the city's Buckhead area. Mayor Kasim Reed announced the move Wednesday as the city commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta during the American Civil War, which is the...

  • Food & Wine Classic in Aspen attracts top-notch chefs who show off new culinary trends

    By Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    With 50 speakers giving presentations over three days, it was hard to decide who would win my attention and precious little time at the 32nd Food & Wine Classic in Aspen in June. I zeroed in on four cooking demonstrations: "World of Eggs" by Jacques and Claudine Pepin, "Bitter Is...

  • Supreme Court upholds firing of tourism director

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld the 2010 dismissal of a former state tourism director who was fired because the agency said she didn't spend millions of dollars meant to promote tourism and filmmaking in the state. Elizabeth "Betsy" Baumgart was...

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