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In the first batch of proposed bills for the legislative session, Republicans wasted little time introducing repeals on state gun laws. Two separate measures were introduced in the state House, including House Bill 1050 and HB 1009. HB 1050 … more
Instead of selling discount cards or cookie dough, the Littleton High School wrestling team is raising money in a more creative way this season: with a decorated toilet. Jodi Ruybal, a team parent, said she originally saw the idea on Pinterest … more
The Douglas County and Arapahoe library districts both provide patrons technological opportunities beyond checking out books, from 3D printers to recording studios. Oli Sanidas, director of digital services for the Arapahoe Library District, said … more
The friends and family of fallen Littleton police officer Kevin Denner feel justice was served when an Arapahoe County jury found the man who ran over him guilty of vehicular homicide on Jan. … more
If James Holmes is found not guilty by reason of insanity in the Colorado theater massacre, he would be committed indefinitely to the state mental hospital and could — in theory, at least — be released someday. But psychiatrists and attorneys … more
Colorado lawmakers are considering regulating the use of drones, citing privacy concerns as they look to join at least 20 other states that have set limits. A bill pending in the Colorado Senate would require law enforcement to have a warrant … more
A year after legalizing recreational pot sales, Colorado has more questions than answers about the health effects of legal marijuana. A panel of doctors concluded months of meetings last week about the health effects of marijuana and how people … more
The Littleton Public Schools Safety and Mental Health Advisory Committee, formed to tackle questions raised in the aftermath of the 2013 Arapahoe High School shooting, heard from the district's director of security and emergency planning during its … more
Guy Grace, director of security and emergency planning for Littleton Public Schools, addressed some challenges the district has to face on a regular basis while speaking to the district's new Safety and Mental Health Advisory Committee. “On any … more
Littleton City Council members almost dumped their trash talk altogether on Jan. 13, but ultimately decided to get more information — but not until after the controversial March 3 election that will deal with urban renewal efforts. “We have … more
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