Articles written by: Tim Evans

Man charged with attempted murder after child falls from balcony

Man charged with attempted murder after child falls from balcony

A US man has been arrested after a five-year-old sustained life-threatening injuries from being pushed or thrown off a balcony at a shopping centre. The boy tumbled two storeys from the balcony at Minnesota‘s Mall of America. The suspect, Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, has been charged with attempted murder. , […]

Daily Camera staff take home 10 CAPER honors

Daily Camera staff take home 10 CAPER honors

The staff of the Daily Camera took home 10 awards for the 2018 Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters contest at a ceremony on Friday evening at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center in Aurora. Photographer Jeremy Papasso won first place in the general news photo, spot news photo and […]

Amid growing criticism, University of Colorado regents defend presidential search process

Amid growing criticism, University of Colorado regents defend presidential search process

The search process for a new University of Colorado system president, which began in September, is coming under fire after the Board of Regents put forth a sole finalist, University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy. Some in the CU community are concerned about Kennedy‘s past voting record, his actions […]

Brenda Love Bennett‘s affection for horses puts them center stage at 60th birthday

Brenda Love Bennett‘s affection for horses puts them center stage at 60th birthday

Brenda Love Bennett, a Realtor from Boulder, loves horses. She loves them so much that she‘s dedicated her entire upcoming 60th birthday to the animals so iconic to the American West. She‘ll host a private prosecco and pizza party Sunday to raise money for the non-profit Hard Knocks Equine Rescue […]

Hope Solo‘s fight for equal pay inspires CU Boulder Conference on World Affairs crowd

Hope Solo‘s fight for equal pay inspires CU Boulder Conference on World Affairs crowd

When the U.S. Soccer Federation fired Hope Solo, a former goalie for the U.S. women‘s World Cup championship team and two gold medal-winning teams, it said it was because she called the Swedish team “a bunch of cowards” during the 2016 Olympics. But Solo said she‘s pretty sure it was […]

Criticism, praise continue as CU system presidential finalist visits announced

Criticism, praise continue as CU system presidential finalist visits announced

Schedule of Mark Kennedy‘s visits • CU system administration and CU Foundation: 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. April 22, Capitol Ballroom, Warwick Hotel, 1776 Grant St., Denver. • University of Colorado Colorado Springs: 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 23, University Center, Room 116, 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs. […]

Indonesia 2019 elections: How many Chinese workers are there?

Indonesia 2019 elections: How many Chinese workers are there?

Indonesia is going to the polls on 17 April for presidential and nationwide elections. The presidential campaign has been mainly fought over jobs and the economy against a backdrop of rising nationalism. President Joko Widodo, who is seeking re-election, has embarked on an ambitious infrastructure push. To do it he […]

Why is food such a sensitive subject?

Why is food such a sensitive subject?

Earlier this week, a restaurant in New York made headlines for rather unfortunate reasons. Lucky Lee‘s, a new Chinese restaurant run by a Jewish-American couple, advertised itself as providing “clean” Chinese food with healthy ingredients that wouldn‘t make people feel “bloated and icky the next day”. : “There are very […]

Hugo Carvajal: Venezuelan ex-spy chief arrested in Spain

Hugo Carvajal: Venezuelan ex-spy chief arrested in Spain

The former head of Venezuela‘s military intelligence has been arrested by Spanish police over US drug charges. The US Justice Department, which originally unsealed the charges in 2014, has requested Hugo Carvajal‘s extradition. Mr Carvajal was a close ally of the country‘s late socialist leader Hugo Chavez, but in February […]

Gov. Polis signs hard-fought Colorado red-flag gun measure into law

Gov. Polis signs hard-fought Colorado red-flag gun measure into law

Beginning in January, Colorado judges will have the power to temporarily remove firearms from people believed to be at high risk of harming themselves or others, as the state that now have some type of red-flag bill on the books. Gov. Jared Polis signed House Bill 1177 on Friday at […]