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Blasting Colorado's gay marriage ban as a law that creates "two classes of citizens," a group of nine gay couples have filed a lawsuit against the state that could pave the way toward same-sex marriage here. The lawsuit was filed in Denver … more
Douglas County District Court Judge Richard Caschette has ruled in favor of the county commissioners and the Sterling Ranch LLC development. After successfully halting the development once already, the Chatfield Community Association filed another legal challenge against the development's approval in August 2013, asking the district court to reverse the county commissioners' decision from a month earlier to again approve the development. ... more
Sorry bar flies, but a bill that would have allowed watering holes to stay open past 2 a.m. was rejected Feb. 17 in the House. House Bill 1132 would have let cities and towns decide … more
Emotions ran the gamut during the third meeting of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education since the fatal shooting at Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13. As members of the AHS community for the first time addressed the board publicly about … more
Littleton Public Schools is wasting no time spending the money voters authorized last November to whip the district's aging buildings back into shape. “A key element of what we look at is doing what's best for the safety of the students,” … more
More than 3,000 people shopped and gawked at the new Trader Joe's in Greenwood Village on Feb. 14, the store's first day in operation. Rhonda MacDonald made the drive from Castle Rock to check out the new store. “We moved here from San Jose … more
Although mall officials have declined to confirm or deny its authenticity, a possible master plan of the Southwest Plaza redevelopment has surfaced. “Unfortunately, I do not have additional details to discuss at this time,” replied mall … more
Dawn Huston spent her birthday in 2004 holed up in a flat in the Virgin Islands, weathering Hurricane Ivan. “It's almost like a scream, and it doesn't stop,” she recalls. “It goes right to the bone.” She and husband Steven Puckett … more
Although it looks like a tornado hit the south side of Sterne Park and traffic in the neighborhood has been diverted for months, those responsible are asking for just a little more patience. “I can appreciate everybody's impatience, but we'll … more
As expected, Republican efforts to repeal a law that limits ammunition magazine rounds failed in majority Democrat legislative committees last week. But one of the hearings produced unexpected comments from a lawmaker who would end up having to … more
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