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If a golden retriever gives birth, gets stung by a bee or sprayed by a skunk, veterinarians want to know. Scientists are studying the popular breed to find out why their lifespans have gotten shorter over the years and why cancer is so … more
Breckenridge Brewery founder Richard Squire spoke at the Jan. 26 city council meeting, inquiring about the future of 38th Avenue after the failure of last year’s ballot initiative. Wheat Ridge voters rejected ballot initiative 2B, which would … more
The U.S. Supreme Court's June 26 ruling to allow same-sex marriage across the nation didn't change policy in Colorado, which has seen gay nuptials since last October. But the news was welcomed by many in the Denver metro area as a sign of … more
If constructed, the Ward Station could become one of Wheat Ridge’s biggest projects ever. On June 15th 2015, city council held a “study session” to discuss the prospect of building a Light Rail station. A few outside experts shared valuable … more
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The first public meeting about the development of Applewood Golf Course was called off after less than an hour because the more than 500 people in attendance filled the auditorium at the Manning … more
Lawmakers have proposed a slew of bills addressing law enforcement procedures, including the creation of a policy group and grant program for police body-worn cameras. In January, 170 police agencies were surveyed and it was found that 47 of … more
The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees said last week the future of an over-budget VA hospital under construction in Aurora is unclear because the Department of Veterans Affairs hasn't come up with an acceptable plan for … more
For the mobility-disabled, finding a parking spot, already an often-frustrating tasks, becomes even more difficult when others take handicap designated spots. The “Think of Me Keep it Free” campaign has made its way into Arvada parking lots. … more
Interest in income inequality is all the rage in public debate nowadays, with political figures from Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the left to Republican presidential prospect Jeb Bush on the right decrying the widening gap between the wealthy and … more
A group of bills called the “Frack Pack” announced last week by four Democratic congressmen would impose more stringent federal environmental regulations on a domestic petroleum industry lately suffering from its own success amid a persistent … more
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