Flash Flood Warning issued August 23 at 5:53PM MDT expiring August 23 at 8:45PM MDT in effect for: Rio Blanco
Flash Flood Warning issued August 23 at 4:13PM MDT expiring August 23 at 6:45PM MDT in effect for: Fremont
Areal Flood Warning issued August 23 at 6:24PM MDT expiring August 23 at 9:15PM MDT in effect for: Montezuma
Flash Flood Watch issued August 23 at 3:07AM MDT expiring August 23 at 10:00PM MDT in effect for: Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mesa, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel
Democrat Andrew Romanoff's campaign said the Senate candidate has sold his house and is loaning the campaign $325,000 in his effort to unseat Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet. Romanoff's plan to use the proceeds from the sale of his house in Denver's Washington Park neighborhood comes as the Aug. 10 primary looms and he lags well behind Bennet's $7.5 million fundraising total. Campaign spokesman Roy Teicher said Romanoff's decision shows the campaign believes that victory is in sight. Romanoff said he's leasing the house back for the time being because he doesn't have time to move. Romanoff, 43, said the two-bedroom two-bathroom house sold for $360,000. He put $325,000 into the campaign in four installments after paying off the remaining mortgage and cashing out other savings. Romanoff reported $464,000 in cash on June 30 and Bennet reported $2.6 million.The Denver Post reported that Romanoff bought the house for $190,000 in 1996.