Morning Headlines: Getting Tough on Christopher McDougall, Looking at the Osama bin Laden Photos, and More

May 12 2011, 9:10 AM

Hejduk Re-Ups: Milan Hejduk was once an offensive force in the NHL, scoring 50 goals for the Colorado Avalanche in the 2002-03 season. That power has waned (to 22 goals last season), but the Avs are keeping him on for another one-year deal (CBS4).

OBL Trio: Count U.S. Senator Mark Udall and U.S. Representatives Mike Coffman and Doug Lamborn among the select group of people invited to view the photos of a dead Osama bin Laden (Associated Press and The Spot).

Busted in Boulder: Christopher McDougall, the barefoot running enthusiast who's written a best-selling book and has contributed to this magazine, was leading a May 1 run on Flagstaff Mountain when he was cited for not having the right permit. Initially angry, McDougall says he now understands why and agrees with the punishment (Daily Camera).

Shingle Shock: There's blight, and then there's Shingle Mountain. The unsightly pile's been there about a year now, and one University of Denver law professor is calling it an "environmental injustice" to Denver's Elyria neighborhood (New West).

Honoring DeAngelis: Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis has been an educator in the community for more than 30 years, and the school is showing its gratitude by naming its baseball field for him this week (HighSchoolSports.net).