Were the bowls at your Super Bowl party just not that super this year? You're not alone--apparently, the rising cost of food was a foul to many Super Bowl party hosts.
"This bag used to be two fifty," Charlene Maneafaiga said, holding up a bag of chips. "And now... more »
Half of the GOP field left the sunshine state to come here.
Ron Paul spent time in Fort Collins and Denver earlier today before heading south to energize his supporters in Colorado Springs. During a brief stop at the Colorado Springs Airport, Paul told supporters that if he were... more »
The woman President Barack Obama is set to nominate to the Supreme Court is known as sharp, politically savvy and someone who has led a blazing legal career. Solicitor General Elena Kagan was the first female dean of Harvard Law School and the first woman to serve as the top... more »
A panel led by former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue will recommend the U.S. Olympic Committee find ways to get people inside the Olympic movement more actively involved in making decisions.
The panel will submit the report to the USOC board at its quarterly meeting Friday.
Two people with... more »
A Pueblo West senior citizen will stand trial next July in the murder of a 14 year old neighbor.
Paul Stark, 65, was arrested shortly after the body of Ashley Patterson was found in a muddy field in Pueblo West last March.
Sheriff's deputies were led to Stark's... more »
Taking a 13,000-foot plunge from an airplane will earn most jumpers a certificate. Instructor Paul Peckham Jr. knew that wouldn't be enough for 92-year-old Jane Bockstruck.
Peckham, a former Air Force combat controller, cut the parachutist wings he had sewn 30 years ago on his own helmet bag and... more »
The governor of Massachusetts has named former Democratic Party chairman Paul G. Kirk Jr. to temporarily fill the late Sen. Edward Kennedy's seat. Gov. Deval Patrick's announcement Thursday means Kirk will serve in the post until voters pick a replacement in a Jan. 19 special election. Patrick says the issues... more »