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Former Euclid Middle School teacher Joel Fischer was arraigned on March 6, and the judge set the trial to begin on Aug. 3. Fischer, who was a Highlands Ranch resident at the time, remains free after posting a $200,000 bond the day after his … more
Army Sgt. Floyd Jackson died more than 60 years ago. But loved ones - his mother, brothers and sisters, family friends — never had the chance for final closure or to honor a fallen hero with a full military funeral. Jackson paid the ultimate … more
With jury selection moving faster than expected, a judge last week set two possible dates in April for opening statements in the Aurora theater shooting case. The trial had been expected to open in May or early June, but Judge Carlos A. Samour … more
Colorado mental health professionals would be barred from practicing gay conversation therapy with minors under a bill given initial approval last week by the state House. The sponsor of the bill, Democratic Rep. Paul Rosenthal, a gay lawmaker … more
What's been a sleepy legislative session is about to ramp up as Colorado lawmakers head into the final two months with significant debates pending, including the annual budget, increasing oversight on police, and whether to pass new fracking … more
Ten sheriffs from three different states sued Colorado on March 5 for decriminalizing marijuana — joining a handful of recent legal challenges urging courts to strike down the state's legalization of recreational pot. The sheriffs from … more
Two new event centers coming to the south metro area will offer people a new gathering place for special occasions. The Falls Event Center coming to Centennial will be a 14,300-square-foot building near the southeast corner of East Costilla … more
Democrats are spearheading a package of legislation aimed at expanding oversight of Colorado law enforcement and placing limits on their power, a response to allegations of excessive force both in the state and nationally. The proposals include … more
Littleton Public Schools does not have a safety crisis on its hands, according to professionals brought in to address its safety and mental-health advisory committee during a four-hour workshop held on Feb. 28. “You are above most districts in … more
South Metro Housing Options board member Esther Varela knows a lot about what the agency's clients need and want, because she's one of them. Varela, 40, grew up in Denver. She got married, had three boys and moved to Littleton, where she got a … more
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