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Gwen Lane had just put the exclamation mark on her master's degree when she got the news early last week. “I finished my last class (March 28), and I was like `oh my gosh, don't tell me the last two years were for nothing,'” she said in a … more
Proud families and applauding colleagues packed a ceremony dedicated to Colorado State Patrol troopers who put their lives on the line. Hundreds gathered in the Great Hall at the Liniger Building at CU South Denver April 2, with Trooper Jeff … more
Each year, a handful of legislators draft a bill known as the Regulatory Reform Act in an effort to tweak new regulation enforcements on small businesses owners. And each year the bill fails. Such was the case for the Regulatory Reform Act of … more
Public spending to investigate and prosecute Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes has surpassed $2.2 million, weeks before opening statements in his trial, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. That figure does not … more
Alarmed by a rash of explosions and injuries caused when amateurs make hash, lawmakers in Colorado and Washington are considering spelling out what's allowed when it comes to making the concentrated marijuana at home. The proposals came after an … more
On April 2, Air Force Academy officials announced that a cadet was found with injuries in his dormitory room and was later pronounced dead at 3:43 p.m. by the El Paso County Coroner. The cadet, … more
Wheat Ridge City Council officially approved the sunset of the Animal Welfare Control Commission at the March 23 meeting. City Council has deliberated on the issue since 2013 and has decided to end the commission, citing that commission is no … more
Wheat Ridge city council discussed proposed Regional Transportation District fare increases at the March 23 council meeting. The fees are being increased to reduce the amount of subsidy paid per rider. The basic premise of the change is that RTD … more
The Upper Monument Creek (UMC) landscape, which has experienced increasingly severe and costly impacts from wildfire, including the record-setting 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that burned across the … more
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House have found something in common: Many have issues with the Obama administration's new regulations requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic … more
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