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Colorado's U.S. senators have joined across party lines to try to derail government shutdowns. The Shutdown Accountability Resolution that Democrat Michael Bennet and Republican Cory Gardner introduced last week would, in the event of one or more … more
Alarmed by anonymous surveys asking Colorado's middle and high school students about their sex lives and drug habits, the state Board of Education delayed action last week on considering changes to how the 24-year-old survey is … more
A bill that would have allowed a tax incentive for home health care for senior citizens failed in a House finance committee after concerns over the bill's impact on TABOR refunds outweighed the legislation's attempt to address future financial … more
A group of 13 Finnish teens are coming to Denver's south metro area again this summer, and 10 of them still need a place to stay. The teens, who are coming as part of the Finland Young Ambassadors Program, will be here for 5½ weeks, said Leena … more
A February terrorist threat against shopping centers didn’t prompt Lone Tree police to take new action to protect Park Meadows mall. It has been training for such a possibility for years. “Some of the press have called and asked, `Have we … more
When the dust settled after the March 3 election, a first glance of the results seemed to indicate that grassroots prevailed over Goliath. But is that really what happened? Both ballot measures dealing with urban renewal — the purview of … more
The old “City Ditch” has taken on a shiny new mantle, having been rechristened the “Littleton Community Trail” as part of Littleton's 125 birthday celebration. But it definitely isn't a transformation that happened … more
Littleton threw a big bang of a birthday party March 7 and March 8, kicking things off with a fireworks show at Ketring Park on Saturday night that could be seen and heard from miles away. “It was a great fireworks show,” said Carole O'Brien, … more
A new swimming center opening in Highlands Ranch will offer people a destination for swimming lessons in a 14,000-square-foot indoor facility. Waterworks Aquatics, 8980 Barrons Blvd., will host its grand opening on March 14. Special promotions … more
Army Sgt. Floyd Jackson died at a prisoner of war camp in 1951 during the Korean War. It took about 60 years for his remains to be identified and returned home for burial. Michelle Mueller, married to the soldier's grandnephew, Randy, said the … more
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