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Key Democratic lawmakers were frustrated with Gov. John Hickenlooper's guidance last year on a death penalty repeal bill and now feel that there was an opportunity lost, given that Hickenlooper's … more
The debate over the use of American Indian mascots will come to the state Capitol next year. State Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, is expected to carry a bill that could result in schools losing … more
Former House Minority Leader Mark Waller on Aug. 27 blasted the fellow Republican who is seeking to succeed him over his recent "horribly inappropriate" anti-gay comments. Waller, who is not … more
Bow Mar officials took a step back from the annexation precipice on Aug. 25, deciding to wait until November 2015 to put a sales-tax measure in front of the voters. "We realized, how in the world … more
Fort Collins resident Austin Cale faces possible charges of felony vehicular homicide and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol as a result of the Aug. 22 car crash that claimed the life of 87-year-old Littleton resident Albert … more
Ironically, there weren't too many horses in the Western Welcome Week Grand Parade this year, which was themed “Giddy Up!” in honor of the Chinese Year of the Horse. “The kids who couldn't come to Littleton were extremely disappointed,” … more
“Country Hip Hop Dancing.” “Bingo! Turn the Odds in Your Favor.” “Catfishin' with the Phone Prankster.” “Adventures in Customer Courtesy.” “Barroom Brawling: The Art of Staying Alive in Beer Joints, Biker Bars and Other Fun … more
A lack of current funding sources leaves the C-470 expansion project about $118 million short, Colorado Department of Transportation representatives say. The total estimated cost of the project — which would add express toll lanes along the … more
During the week, Jim Parks teaches statistics at Colorado Christian University, but because he'll take any opportunity he is given to instruct, on Aug. 23, Parks was working the shooting range as a safety officer. Parks said his position as a … more
Parents who sent their kids back to Littleton Public Schools this month can rest assured the district is doing its job, according to newly released Transitional Colorado Assessment Program results. LPS students scored 10 to 20 percentage points … more
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