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Capitol report: Supervised-injection proposal stopped in Senate; DA asked to examine harassment claims

A party-line 3-2 vote in a state Senate committee, with Republicans in the majority, stopped a proposal to allow one Colorado area to create a supervised-injection facility — where people with … more

Pigs come out to play to raise awareness

Pigs aren't just for farms — they're for friendship, too. Crowds at Hog Haven Farm's event at Resolute Brewing Co. in Centennial got to meet rescued pigs and learn more about them as intelligent … more

Senate GOP asks DA to investigate harassment claims

Amid a cloud of sexual-harassment claims and investigations that has lasted months at the Capitol, state Senate Republicans called for claims of unwanted sexual touching to be investigated by the … more

Catching air on trampolines, ski ramps at Snobahn

The chance to fly off a “big-air” ski ramp in the middle of a dry landlocked city is now available for snow-sport enthusiasts at Snobahn Indoor Ski and Snowboard Center in Centennial. Snobahn, … more

GOP governor candidates avoid squabbles in forum

Powerful statewide positions and big family names — think Bush and Romney — hover over the Republican race for governor. But political posturing about being an outsider was also on display at a … more

Democrats in Colorado Legislature stop three gun bills

Three gun-related proposals — one propelled by a former Columbine High School student — in the state Legislature hit a wall the week after a shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17, but … more

Parties look for front-runners to emerge in crowded gubernatorial race

Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo — known for his hardline stance against illegal immigration — was shaping up to be the GOP front-runner for this year’s governor’s race, some … more

Mix of local, national issues loom large in race for governor

Affordable housing. Crowded highways. Crumbling roads. More money for schools. A safe retirement for public employees. The fate of young immigrants. The issues stretch across rural and urban lines, … more

Gun found, students evacuated at school in Englewood; no injuries reported

Officials locked down Colorado's Finest High School of Choice in Englewood as police responded to a report involving a possible weapon at the school about 2 p.m. Feb. 7. Police vehicles blocked off … more

Capitol report: A look at what's happening in the state Legislature

Work season for the Colorado state Legislature began in the shadow of sexual-misconduct claims from last fall and amid continued exasperation over rising housing prices and traffic and transportation … more

Traffic, housing costs, retirement funds take spotlight

Democrats recently remarked that Colorado has “no shortage of unmet needs” — a comment that elicited a sardonic tone from Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock — and … more

Amid opioid epidemic, six Colorado proposals could fight trend

When state Rep. Brittany Pettersen was a child, her day started with finding and hiding her mother’s keys, pouring out her alcohol and pills, and then going to school. She’d get home, and she’d … more

Intern’s sexual harassment claim not true, state senator says

A former state House intern has filed a formal complaint accusing state Sen. Jack Tate of sexual harassment, and Tate said he has no recollections of any interactions with such House employees. “I … more

Former Arapahoe deputy's fatal shooting justified, DA review says

The deadly force deputies used in a two-minute confrontation outside the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office headquarters that killed a former deputy — who drove to the building with a gun in his lap … more

Homeless veterans' numbers may be down, but problem persists

An estimated 569 homeless veterans live in the Denver metro area, and Freddie Sprankel used to be one of them. After more than three years in the U.S. Army — including an almost year-long duty tour in Iraq — Sprankel got an honorable … more

Teenager pleads guilty to second-degree murder of chef in Englewood

One of two teenagers accused of killing an Englewood man in 2016 has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in criminal court. The other suspect was denied on a request to be tried in juvenile … more

5 questions with John Brackney: Lifelong area resident runs for clean air

When it comes to giving back, John Brackney knows a thing or two. A former CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce and two-term Arapahoe County commissioner, Brackney is a regular at the Run the Rocks 5K at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This … more

El Tepehuan comes back to life, two years later

The low roar of chatter, clanging silverware and customers flowing through the door heralded what loyal customers had been waiting on for years: the reopening of El Tepehuan. The famed Mexican restaurant — coming up on nearly 40 years of … more

Cancer fund lets patients get away

Nora Earnest couldn't look at her bedsheets without her stomach turning. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2008 at age 32, the beginning of a three-year back-and-forth between treatment and relapse. After about nine months of her first round of … more

Englewood moves toward biogas fuel plan, but Littleton not yet sold

One person's waste product is another person's fuel — that's the idea Englewood and Littleton might soon use to make millions of dollars on a project to repurpose and sell a byproduct from their joint wastewater treatment plant called biogas, a … more
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