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Colorado church abuse victims eligible for unlimited payouts

People who were abused by Catholic priests in Colorado can file claims to receive unlimited payouts under a church-funded compensation program that began operating Oct. 7. The formation of the … more

Centura offers tattoo-less cancer treatment

Permanent skin marks have been a traditional part of radiation treatment. However, new technology that uses 3D imaging to map the skin surface and guide radiation treatment without visible skin marks … more

Grant to support RESPECT scholarships

A $20,000 grant from the PNC Foundation will support scholarships for students enrolled in the RESPECT (Readying, Educating, Supporting, Professionalizing Early Childhood Teachers) program at … more

Teen suicide PSAs released by coalition of Colorado state offices, parents, teens

When the impact of a suicide started to take a toll on Jim Janicek's kids, he knew he had to do something. “My kids go to Arapahoe High School,” Janicek told a crowd at the Ralph L. Carr Colorado … more

Yes or no on Prop DD: Arguments for and against

As people continue to move to Colorado in droves, one consequence of population growth is often overlooked: the water Coloradans consume. That’s why Proposition DD this November asks voters to … more

Yes or no on Prop CC: Arguments for and against

The most controversial choice on voters' ballots this November may not be over a politician — it could be over Proposition CC. That's a measure that asks Colorado voters to allow the state … more

Littleton Public Schools to be subject of youth suicide study

Littleton Public Schools will form one-half of a long-term study into the relationship between social environments and youth suicide. Dr. Anna Mueller, a professor of sociology from Indiana … more

Housing authority announces low-income tax credit

Colorado Housing and Finance Authority has awarded the final low-income housing tax credit awards for 2019. The housing authority is the allocating agency of federal low incoming housing tax credits … more

Council candidates discuss growth at forum

It was no surprise that growth and development were big topics at a discussion forum with Littleton's city council candidates on Oct. 10. Nine of the 10 council hopefuls attended the forum at Bemis … more

Ballot issue 7A would allow South Suburban to adjust tax rate

Voters will decide this fall whether to allow South Suburban Parks and Recreation to adjust its mill levy rate in the future without asking voters. The measure, Ballot Issue 7A, will appear on … more

Sheriff issues open burning ban in Arapahoe County

The Arapahoe County sheriff has issue a Stage 1 open burning ban for all of Arapahoe County. Stage 1 means no open burning of any kind without a permit from the appropriate fire district and no use … more

National service agency opens new regional office

The Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency for service and volunteering, has opened a Mountain Region office in downtown Denver. As the nation’s top provider of grants … more

Women learn about ways to improve their health at expo

Women of all ages enjoyed a day of health, education and beauty during Colorado Community Media's second annual Women's Health and Beauty Expo on Oct. 5. Along with Gold Sponsor Swedish Medical … more

Colorado state Sen. Jack Tate proposes reforms to recall process

Republicans responded to the “blue wave” that swept Democrats into Colorado state offices in 2018 with a deluge of recall efforts this spring and summer, and after many of those attempts failed, … more

New coffee shop coming to Englewood

When you buy coffee from Mango Tree Coffee in Englewood once it opens its doors, you'll be doing more than just getting your morning started — you'll be helping impoverished children from all … more

City looks to recoup costs from fire at condemned home

More than six months after a condemned south Littleton home burst into flames — on the day before a March hearing was to decide its fate — city officials are hoping to recoup taxpayer dollars … more

Littleton school board candidates tackle issues

Achievement gaps, budget woes and a disturbingly high suicide rate. The four candidates vying for two seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education — Crysti Copp, Lindley McCrary, … more

SeaQuest hopes to turn page after 'mistakes'

Ashleigh Belfiore burst into tears of relief as the judge read the jury's verdict: not guilty of misdemeanor animal cruelty. Belfiore, 28, stood accused of abusing and neglecting a sloth under her … more

RTD maps future amid declining ridership

The Regional Transportation District has launched an outreach program to put a long-term plan in place for changes in transportation demands in the Denver area. Reimagine RTD is a project aimed … more

Making a case for a different way to vote

Frank Atwood wants to change the way America votes. Atwood, 70, is the chairman of the Approval Voting Party. The group passed the threshold of 1,000 members in the state at the beginning of October, … more
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