Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia will fire up to 100 staffers—25 percent of its total workforce—on Thursday, according to the New York Post.
The layoffs would be the first major move by new CEO Daniel Dienst. Dienst assumed the role in late October.
Synthetic marijuana is believed to have sickened 221 people in Colorado during an outbreak earlier this year.
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Thursday is based on a joint investigation with state health officials launched after Colorado hospitals started seeing an incre
The Denver Broncos game kicking off around 6:30 p.m. Thursday night will only be available on the NFL Network and not through over-the-air channels.
According to NFL broadcasting rules, only TV stations in the home market of teams are allowed to rebroadcast the game for non-cable and-satellite user
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says the Deja Vu gentleman's club was robbed Thursday morning (12/12/13).
Deja Vu is located at 2145 B Street in unincorporated El Paso County south of Colorado Springs and north of Fort Carson.
A Sheriff's Office spokesperson says the manager of the business wa
A Fort Collins woman who told police that a former co-worker drugged and kidnapped her from a Windsor parking lot in November now faces charges of lying to police.
Twenty-year-old Katherine Bennett accused Dustin Toth of luring her to a Safeway parking lot and then abducting a
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NVIDIA G-Sync Review
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The last few weeks have been tough for OCZ. The company filed for bankruptcy and a week later OCZ announced that Toshiba will be acquiring their assets. While there is a lot going on at OCZ at the moment, their business continues to operate normally in the mean time. The proof of that is OCZ's late
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Bringing an end to a saga that has spanned over a decade and most of the life of this site, what’s widely considered the final major legal battle between Rambus and a memory manufacturer has come to an end. Burying the hatchet, Micron and Rambus ended their fight this week with Micron finally