Tag Archives: Colorado

95-Year-Old Charged With Murder After Killing Maintenance Worker

A 95-year-old man has been charged with killing a maintenance worker at the assisted living facility where he resided. On February 3rd, Okey Payne shot Ricardo Medina-Rojas in the head after accusing him of stealing $200 when the man arrived to work at Legacy Assisted Living in Lafayette, Colorado. Authorities …

Read More »

Parents Of “Balloon Boy” Pardoned By Colorado Governor

Balloon Boy

The Governor of Colorado has pardoned the parents who masterminded the hoax of “Balloon Boy” in 2009. According to CNN, Richard and Mayumi Heene pled guilty to charges related to telling authorities that their 6-year-old son, Falcon was inside a silver helium balloon that had taken off. The balloon’s flight …

Read More »

Dominion Voting Systems Sues Trump Campaign And His Allies

An employee from Dominion Voting Systems is suing the Trump campaign, his minions Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, and news networks Newsmax and OANN over alleged defamation. According to the Daily Mail, Eric Coomer, director of product strategy and security for the company, filed the defamation lawsuit in Colorado on …

Read More »

QAnon Supporter Lauren Boebert Won Colorado House Race

Things are changing quickly as results from the polls continue to come in. Colorado Republican Lauren Boebert, 33, won a house seat for Colorado’s Third Congressional District. Boebert, who ran against Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush, won 51 percent of the vote. Boebert is known for supporting the QAnon conspiracy theory. …

Read More »

Colorado State University Launches Investigation Following Allegations That Coaches Told Football Players Not To Report COVID-19 Symptoms

CSU

 Written by @kristenshylin_ Despite announcing no active COVID-19 cases on July 20, the Colorado State football program had 11 confirmed cases by Sunday, ESPN reported. Multiple players accused a position coach of instructing athletes to hide symptoms because “we can’t afford it.” As a result, Colorado State President Joyce McConnell …

Read More »