In Greece, the perils of a drawn-out debt crisis are imprinted on its younger population — whose unemployment numbers are soaring — who turn to selling their bodies for money and to a dangerous, cheap new street drug for escape.
A state application organized by the University of Colorado Boulder has been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for the development of one of six unmanned aircraft systems test slated to be established across the United States.
The 16-year-old accused of leaving a device similar to a pipe bomb at Lafayette's Centaurus High School last week was charged with attempted murder and four other felonies this morning as prosecutors say evidence showed he had a "long-term interest in explosive devices" and may have had a larger plan.
When the Avalanche needed a final piece for its roster in 1995 to become a championship club, it looked toward Quebec at Patrick Jacques Roy. Eighteen years later, the Avs look to Roy to lead them back to glory, this time as their coach and vice president of hockey operations.
The plan calls for Kati Pietrafeso to take a seat with her Overland High School graduating class in a chair at the end of a row. Then, when it's time for her best friend, Elena Nevel, to walk across the stage Friday and receive her diploma, Kati can quickly rise and join her.
Pentecostal Pastor Maurice Gordon says he has baptized Denver County Jail inmates by total immersion in his own bathtub-sized fiberglass tank every few weeks for 26 years, but it hasn't been allowed for a couple of months.