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A mix of individualized, online and face-to-face instruction classes — known as blended-learning classrooms — are giving Jeffco students more options to help them succeed. “We want to be a place where we can give families a lot of … more
A bill making its way through the state Senate would eliminate the requirement for concealed carry permits for gun owners. Senate Bill 16-017 is sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville — a Republican from south Jefferson County who recently … more
Hundreds of residents learned last week how the upcoming construction project at U.S. 6 and 19th Street — which will create a pedestrian-and-car bridge over U.S. 6 between downtown Golden and Lookout Mountain— will affect traffic flow and for … more
On a recent day in Angie McWilliams’ first-grade classroom at Shelton Elementary School, Chinese students Kevin Zhou and Antonio Liu stood at the front and taught students how to say some words in Chinese. In another class, teacher Melissa … more
Drone limits keep going down faster than a paper airplane in the Colorado General Assembly, which is bucking national headwinds to curb private drone use. A House committee voted unanimously on Jan. 26 to kill Colorado’s third annual attempt to … more
As a result of anticipated business and traffic growth at the Applewood Village Shopping Center, a traffic signal is scheduled to be constructed at the shopping center access at 32nd Avenue and Xenon Street. A recent traffic study recommends that … more
Damon from Lakewood had a question about the cost to the city related to temporarily housing immigrant children from Central America at the Federal Center. "From what we've heard thus far, there should not be any extra costs to the community," … more
The death of a 112-pound jail inmate who choked on his own vomit and suffocated after Denver sheriff's deputies restrained him during a psychotic episode is drawing new attention to the way he was subdued: face-down on his stomach with five deputies … more
Colorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights, which helped Democrats win several elections in this socially liberal swing state, were behind them. Then, … more
An outcry from students, parents, teachers and administrators persuaded state education officials to postpone a switch from the ACT to SAT college entrance exams to spring 2017. State superintendents also urged the CDE in a letter not to rush the … more
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