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  • Vanquisher of Colorado church gunman lauded

    The gunshots were so loud that Jeanne Assam thought the shooter already was in the building. A former police officer, Assam, 42, was on security duty Sunday morning at New Life Church here. Hours earlier, a 24-year-old who had been rejected from a...
  • Guard saved untold lives, Colorado authorities say

    Guard saved untold lives, Colorado authorities say
    The gunshots were so loud that Jeanne Assam thought the shooter was already in the building. A former police officer, Assam, 42, was on security duty Sunday morning at New Life Church here. Hours earlier, a 24-year-old who had been rejected from a...
  • A room -- with nothing to sneeze about

    Slowly, ever so slowly, hotels are recognizing that travelers who suffer from severe asthma and allergies triggered by dust mites, mold, smoke, pollen, chemicals and animal dander might like to stay in hypoallergenic rooms -- for a price. With as many as...
  • Makers say CDs induce more restful sleep

    Makers say CDs induce more restful sleep
    During the holiday season -- or any time, really -- solid sleep can be a real gift. The not-so-sound sleepers on your shopping list would undoubtedly appreciate anything that would help them get some needed rest. You can't exactly gift-wrap warm milk and...
  • Rocky Mountain News closing after Friday edition

  • Dr. Thomas L. Petty dies at 76; pioneering lung specialist

    Dr. Thomas L. Petty dies at 76; pioneering lung specialist
    Dr. Thomas L. Petty, the Colorado lung specialist who pioneered the use of continuous oxygen therapy for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other lung disorders, died at his home in Denver on Dec. 12 from pulmonary hypertension. He...
  • Black tar moves in, and death follows

    Black tar moves in, and death follows
    On a Monday in September 2007, Teddy Johnson went to his son's apartment. Adam Johnson, 22, was in his first year at Marshall University in Huntington. A history major, he played guitar, drums and bass, loved glam bands like the New York Dolls and hosted...
  • John Fante's great gift to Los Angeles

    John Fante's great gift to Los Angeles
    Cruelty, racism, poverty, lies, perversity and oversexed self-delusion: Could this be the stuff of the most lyrical love letter ever addressed to the City of Angels? Yes, and it is "Ask the Dust," the 1939 novel by the late John Fante, who was born 100...
  • In reality, Octavio Solis mines a new vein

    In reality, Octavio Solis mines a new vein
    Playwright Octavio Solis has become an overnight sensation, and it took only 25 years. Long respected in theater and Latino arts circles, the writer is having breakthrough success with his play "Lydia." Set in El Paso in the 1970s, "Lydia" portrays the...