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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
Swedish Medical Center began asking about 2,900 former patients to agree to free testing for the blood-borne diseases HIV-AIDS, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, after the hospital allegedly discovered a surgical technologist trying to switch a syringe … more
The month of February roared in like a lion as mountain communities measured the Feb. 1 and 2 snowfall in feet and Denver suburbs like Englewood and Littleton were blanketed by seven to 10 inches of … 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
The Englewood City Council could decide to explore the possibility of selling the building that houses city hall. But members of council say it is far from a done deal. Council engaged in a lengthy review of the issue during a Jan. 28 study … more
The latest class of inductees to the Colorado High School Activities Association Hall of Fame included Jess Gerardi, who was Englewood High School's band and instrumental music director for 20 years. “Of course I was honored to be selected by … more
Developers are poised to begin construction in April on the Foundry, an apartment complex that will be built on the northern portion of the General Iron Works property. “We are on track to start construction around the first of April,” … more
On your mark, get set, Braille! That was a challenge accepted by dozens of blind and visually impaired students from throughout the metro area who visited Littleton's Colorado Center for the Blind on Jan. 28. They were there to compete for one of … more
Renewable energy rules, federal highway funds and charging local tax on Internet sales were among issues discussed when Englewood City Council members met with U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, a Democrat who represents Colorado’s 1st Congressional … 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
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